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Mango Amrapali plant
The 'Amrapali' mango is a named mango cultivar introduced in 1971. It was developed as a hybrid variety of 'Dasheri' and 'Neelum' by Dr. Pijush Kanti Majumdar at the Indian Agriculture Research Institute in Delhi. Since then this mango has been introduced to farms and orchards across India. The tree is a dwarf, regular-bearer, with clusters of small-sized fruits.
- The mango tree is a long lived one.
- The mango tree is ever green - with a dense canopy.
- It should be planted at a minimum distance of 8 -10 meters between two plants.
- Mango trees require full sunlight to fruit well.
- It will grow in lesser light but not fruit well or may not fruit at all.
- This is a fruit of Indian origin.
- They are delicious, nutritious and wholesome.
Mango Amrapali Plant (Grafted) - Amba, Aam Amrapali Tree
- 1 Live 'Amrapali' mango (grafted) plant (1.5 to 2 feet) along with Plastic Pot
- 'Amrapali' mango was developed as a hybrid variety of 'Dasheri' and 'Neelum'
- The tree is a dwarf, regular-bearer, with clusters of small-sized fruits.
- Grafted plant, starts fruiting in 2 - 3 years
- Best fruit plant, easy maintenance, fast growing