Mango, variety hapus, Mangifera indica cultivator hapus

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    Polybag size / Pot size Polybag: 12x14, 9.6L
    Plant height 4'
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    Plant height 4'
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    Plant height 4'
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    Plant height: 4'

    Immerse yourself in the essence of summer with Mango trees (Mangifera indica), including the revered "Hapus" variety, known as the King of Mangoes, from Konkan. At Jagtap Nursery, we offer the finest Hapus mango trees, allowing you to cultivate and savor the unparalleled flavor experience right in your own garden. With our expert guidance and cultivation methods, you can enjoy the essence of tropical indulgence and the sweetness of summer with each delicious harvest. Choose Jagtap Nursery for premium-quality mango trees and elevate your garden with the taste of royalty. Explore our selection of fruit trees, benefit from ready-to-plant effect trees, and receive expert growing tips to ensure a bountiful harvest.

    Selecting the Right Planting Time

    • Timing: Plant Mango trees during the warm months for optimal growth.
    • Climate: Mangoes thrive in tropical and subtropical climates.
    • Location: Opt for a sunny spot with well-draining soil for vigorous development.


    1. Site Preparation: Create a planting hole slightly larger than the root ball of the Mango tree.
    2. Soil Conditions: Choose well-draining soil rich in organic matter.
    3. Planting Depth: Position the tree so that the top of the root ball is level with the soil surface.
    4. Backfilling: Fill the hole with soil and water thoroughly to eliminate air pockets.
    5. Mulching: Apply organic mulch around the base to retain moisture and prevent weed growth.

    Watering Techniques

    1. Establishment Phase: Keep the soil consistently moist as the young tree establishes roots.
    2. Mature Trees: Water deeply but infrequently, allowing the soil to partially dry between waterings.


    • Young Trees: Apply a balanced fertilizer during the growing season to support vigorous growth.
    • Mature Trees: Utilize a fertilizer with higher potassium content (such as 6-4-6) to promote flowering and fruiting.

    Pruning and Training

    • Young Trees: Prune to shape the tree and remove weak or crossing branches.
    • Mature Trees: Regularly prune to maintain an open canopy and improve air circulation.

    Flowering and Fruiting

    1. Flowering: Mango trees bear fragrant flower clusters that eventually develop into fruit.
    2. Pollination: Natural pollinators like bees play a role in pollination.
    3. Fruit Development: After pollination, Mangoes take a few months to mature.

    Nutritional Facts and Importance

    Mangoes are rich in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, offering a delicious and healthful treat.


    • Relish ripe Mangoes fresh, or use them in juices, smoothies, chutneys, and desserts.
    • Cherish these marvelous Hapus as Amaras- a delight in Maharashtra like Amaras poori .
    • Mango shakes, Mango icecream

    Pest and Disease Management

    • Pests: Monitor for pests like fruit flies and aphids. Utilize neem oil spray or insecticidal soap when necessary.
    • Diseases: Maintain good air circulation and avoid overhead watering to prevent fungal issues.

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