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The Mango Kesari is also known as the aam Kesari. It is regarded as the queen of mangoes because of its delicious pulp taste and colour. The mango Kesari tree grows up to a height of 10 to 80 feet. It is widely grown in India and other parts of south Asia.
The Aam kesari is famously known as the Mango kesari. It is widely grown in India, southern Asia and Southern America.
The tree bearing tropical fruits is grown in India since the last 4000 years.
Mango Kesari is basically a low maintenance plant that thrives well in warm and sunny climate.
It finds difficulties in surviving in extremely cold climate. Therefore a minimum temperature range of 20 to 30 degrees Celsius should be maintained
The Mango Kesari can grow up to a maximum height of 80 feet. The minimum height can be of 10 feet.
The Mango Kesari should be exposed to full sun or direct sunlight.
However, the plant is also considered to grow well when it is placed in a garden or balcony that receives partial shade.
The Mango Kesari prefers moderate watering.
The plant should be watered thoroughly in the initial days and after that, the amount of water may be reduced but the plant requires watering in regular time intervals.
The plant should not be allowed to stand in water as it leads to root rot.
Overwatering can prove injurious for the plant.
The Mango Kesari requires an abundant amount of organic fertiliser.
The fertilisers which are rich in nitrogen should be applied just after planting when the new growth begins in order to aid growth and increase the supply of fruits and flowers.
It is advisable to avoid the application of chemical fertilisers to the newly planted mango tree.
In order to obtain best results, it is advisable to plant the Mango Kesari in loamy well drained and fertile soil with a high pH.
The plant is intolerant towards flooded or excessively moist soil conditions.
The pH of the soil should be in the range of 6.5 to 8.
The tropical fruit, Mango can be utilised in both ripe and unripe state.
Raw fruits are used for making chutney, pickles and juices.
The ripe fruits are primarily used for dessert. They can be also utilised for preparing several products like squashes, syrups, nectars, jams and jellies.
The mango kernel is believed to contain 8-10 percent good quality fat which can be used for soap and also as a substitute for cola in confectionery.