Raising Mango Trees for Business

Planning to start a mango farm or raising mango trees for business is not only capital intensive but also labor intensive. It requires a specialized knowledge on the needs of a particular variety of mango.

Factors such as mango variety, climate, and soil are only a few things to consider in raising mango trees.

mangoes from orchard

One of the most important things to consider in raising mango trees for business is the suitability of the climate, the soil and the irrigation in the proposed site of plantation. Although mangoes can potentially grow in varied kinds of soil, it is preferable to plant them in light well-drained soils with low fertility. A chemical analysis of the soil is preferred before actual planting to correct any nutrition deficiency in the soil. Mango growers should also consider planting windbreakers at boundaries before actually planting the trees themselves to protect the tree from wind. Mango trees prefer frost-free climate with a cool dry winter. Mango tree growers must also plan for irrigation and drainage to prevent soil erosion. About 6 million liters (ML) per year per hectare of mango tree is needed. Drain water in grassed areas.

There are many varieties of mangoes to choose from. Choose the appropriate mango variety that is best suited to your region and climate as well as your targeted market. Before planting mangoes, it is important to have sufficient land area to plant your trees. The actual spacing between trees is still debated. It would depend on the variety of the mango tree planted. However, bear in mind that in spacing trees, there must be enough area for spraying machinery and harvesting aids. It has been recommended to plant only around 200 to 350 trees per hectare. Plant mango tree rows from north to south to maximize sun exposure.

Mango growers can choose from grafted plants and seedlings. Their choice would depend on the mango variety they choose as well as their desire for early harvest. Grafted trees may produce in its third year but only reaches its peak in its sixth to eighth year whereas seedlings take longer time to grow.

In planting mango trees, be sure to dig holes big enough for the root to settle comfortably. Potted trees can also be planted without disturbing the root system. Aim for a mango tree with eight main supporting limbs with a height of around three to four meters. Proper pruning of the mango tree should also be observed. Only a small amount of fertilizer is needed for young trees but they should be applied often. A proper fertilizing plan must be organized after taking a soil and leaf analysis. In harvesting mangoes, one can either harvest by picking mangoes with stems attached and remove the stems (desap) later in your shed or use harvesting aids and desap in the field.
 

150 Comments

  • ANTHONY MRISHO NGAI said on December 29, 2009
    I WANT TO START A MANGO BUSINESS OUR ORGANIZATION WE HAVE 30 ACRES READY TO PLANT MANGO TREES, CHOLE WARD KISARAWE DISTRICT, COAST REGION TANZANIA, EAST AFRICA. PLEASE HELP
  • Charles Ochiel Odira said on January 20, 2010
    Dear Antony! I am charles o.odira from Kenya, running a business in Kisumu, Nyanza Province called Mixa Foods & Beverages. One of our responsibilities is raising Grafted mango seedlings. Currently we have over two thousand mango seedlings of various varieties like tommy atkins, ngowe, apple, kent, vandyke and others. By profession, i am a horticulturist and me and my firm could be of use to you.
  • Okumu Jolly said on April 13, 2010
    I LIVE IN UGANDA. I WANT TO GROW MANGOES FOR COMMERCIAL, HOWEVER, I DO NOT KNOW WHICH VARIETY IS BEST. PLEASE HELP
  • Lily konadu said on May 28, 2010
    Hi, I am from ghana and I want to start growing mangoes in the eastern region of ghana particularly somanya. Wat varieties should I start with and what type of soil would be best...
  • Oluoch Agola said on June 7, 2010
    Ochiel Odira, Please contact me at nat.hanag2002@gmail.com Need your services! Oluoch Agola
  • Gopinath said on June 29, 2010
    Agriculture is the profession. owning 30 acres. plan to raise mango crop.
  • Mugerwa Ibrahim said on July 21, 2010
    Hello am ibrahim and would like to invest in commercial mango farming i have over 30 acres of land so am seeking your advice on how to go about it. Thanks. Kampala Uganda
  • Turyagyenda Chriss said on July 27, 2010
    I have a small farm in Bukuya sub county Mweya village Mubende District, I want to grow Mangoes and Oranges at a large scale but I need advice on the variety that can do well in that location. please help.
  • karthik said on July 28, 2010
    Dear sir, we have 30 acres of mango plantation established at rural side of chittoor dist., andhra pradesh. There r about 1300 plants in 30 acre land, but, no adequate water. However water drip line are being supplied. Can you help me how i could increase productivity of the plant with less water consumption
  • WINNIFRED BABIRYE said on July 30, 2010
    I have access to some land in Bunamwaya and would like advice on how to start growing mangoes as a business but also as a way of conserving the environment. the land is in a water logged area i want to be able to use it without damaging or draining away the water. Thank you
  • ALONGE DELE said on August 18, 2010
    I HAVE MY FARM LOCATED IN RURAL AREA OF KWARA STATE OF NIGERIA, CURRENTLY HAVE OVER 3000 PALM TREES BUT PLANING TO DIVERSIFY INTO MANGO AND SOUR SOUP PLANTATION, HAVE UNLIMITED ACCESS TO VIRGIN LAND. NEED ALL THE ADVISE THAT WILL GET ME STARTED.THANKS
  • Joshua Nii Okle said on September 12, 2010
    Hi, i'm from ghana and want to start mango farm in ghana in eastern region site at okwenya of 30 acre land pls which of the varieties can do well for business pls help me.
  • PREM said on October 28, 2010
    I want to start a mango plantation in NAGPUR - MH please advise me regarding growing the mango trees?
  • plaban said on November 4, 2010
    Hi, I have some acres of fertile land in my native town in orissa.Want to have a mango firm or let it on a lease for the same. If anyone interested, let me knoe.You can contact me@9008188122 or plaban22@gmail.com
  • chacha magige said on January 14, 2011
    Hi, i have got 50 acres at Kilolo district, Makungu Village in Iringa -Tanzania (southern Highland). i am planning to grow grafted mango trees for commercial but am not sure on the soil characteristic if it will support the mango to grow healthier and productive. please advice me, also what species can i plant in his location? Thanks Chacha Magige
  • Chinni said on January 16, 2011
    I am from Kandukur, Andhra pradesh,India. I want to start fruit plantation. I have sufficient water facility. What type of fruits can I use for plantation? In my side mango, sapodilla. Please help me.
  • kainga harold s said on January 17, 2011
    Hi,I want to start planting mango farm.I have 37 acres land please i would like to seek your advice steps i can take to do well in this business of mango farming.lilongwe,Malawi. phone number +265 999 479 142.
  • kainga harold s said on January 17, 2011
    please take note on NO.17 My email: kaingaauctioneers@yohoo.com or kaingaauctioneers@hotmail.com
  • fazaluddin said on January 19, 2011
    I have 10 acres of land in yellareddy .AP. India. I am interested in mango plantation. Please guide me to plant the varieties for a good production and commercial value.What is the suitable time for plantation in this area. seedling is better or grafted plants.
  • ben attipoe said on January 29, 2011
    Pls this is the business i want to do in my retirement as a miner. I plant making about 10 acres farm with bee hives under it. Is it possible mixing the two together?
  • Tikoilel Ole Kaelo said on January 31, 2011
    Hola! I am from Rift Valley, Narok District, Maasai Mara Kenya. I am really interested in mango farming. My place has got dark loam soil, savanna climate. Can it do?
  • dnkrishnappa said on February 11, 2011
    bangalore, i want plant mango which type we plant
  • Zablon Jowi said on February 16, 2011
    Hi Charles,I am a small scale farmer in Migori County and would wish to invest in mango farming.Kindly help me with your contacts.
  • Fred said on February 25, 2011
    Hello, I have established a forest with over 6000 pines trees till recently. I was interested to grow mangoes trees for commercial purposes while conserving nature. I need to sink bore holes facilitate drip irrigation. Can anybody share with me experiences on the effectiveness and efficiency of this method of irrigation? How can i plant my mango trees to enjoy harvest throughout the year? Control pests and diseases organically? Value addition to harvested fruits? My first fruits will be planted in April 2011. Thanks for your time. Fred
  • abaji pol said on March 24, 2011
    i need the information about mango tree plantation in the region of dry area near SATARA in MAHARASHTRA. WHICH TYPE OF MANGO TREE IS SUITABLE FOR THIS REGION???
  • Mwanje Moses said on April 7, 2011
    I am very much interested in mango business and setting up a mango farm is a priority please advice me accordingly. i live in mpigi uganda
  • Raghunath expert adviser said on April 7, 2011

    @Mwanje Moses, Hi Mwanje Moses, Mango is a fruit of warm climate. Even i can say it is a strictly tropical fruit. It is really easy to grow in a right climate. Here are some valuable points for you.

    • These trees love to grow in well light soil.
    • There two different ways to grow mango tree one is you can grow it from seed or you can buy direct trees from nursery and grow it. I will suggest you to buy the trees from nursery and grow as seed growing trees usually take longer time to bear fruits.
    • Another thing i would like to suggest you that buy different variety of trees like some should early fruit variety and other should be late fruit variety. If your area climate is subtropical just make sure the tree you want to buy that flowers well in this climate.
    • You should fertilize the tree in summer and spring only and don't fertilize a lot.

    Raghunath Natarajan
    Startup Biz Hub - Advisor (Staff)

  • nojo said on April 11, 2011
    Give me complete literature on mango planting i want to start it now
  • fulgence kitigwa said on April 22, 2011
    I am living in Dodoma the centre part of Tanzania, I have more than 50 acres of red soil and I would like to have more informations about how i can grow mango. the area is under the hills, please advice me and the type of mangoes i will grow. Thanks in advance for your help kitigwa
  • Julius said on April 26, 2011
    Hello, We are currently raising and supplying a variety off grafted Mangoes, Oranges,Passion fruits and avocado seedlings at subsidized price. We are in position to supply maximum numbers from 5,000 and above. We have also soil and plant testing laboratory that advice farmers on the correct soil amendments basing on the type of crop to be grown. Incase we can be of help to you please contact-256 773 820551/256 752 854714. julius_opio@yahoo.com, juliusopio1717@gmail.com.Location: National Agricultural Research Laboratories(NARL)-Kawanda, Kampala-Uganda
  • ma. luisa ridon said on April 28, 2011
    we have mango farm on rolling hills is this suitable for the mango trees?
  • isaac said on May 6, 2011
    i have big land at Atebubu area for growing mangoes. i want to know much it will cost me for one acre. and how many seed's per acre
  • Amit said on May 28, 2011
    I am from bangladesh. i want to plant 5000 mango tree..how much LAND is needed? and tell about the productivity. it's urgent...please answer anyone quickly...
  • kikaawa said on May 30, 2011
    i would like to grow mangoes for business. i have about 7 acres in kasanje wakiso uganda. what is the price of each genetically modified tree and how long it would take to bare fruits?
  • janet schauffert said on June 12, 2011
    i want to start fruit farming in mukono district ,uganda. I am seeking for advice on fruit planting .Which one is the best to plant? The crafted plants or the local ones which are not crafted? i dont like genetically modified plants, I would like to know if crafted plants have nothing to do them. thanks a lot for the answer which i hope to receive.
  • Zabid Iqbal beginner adviser said on August 20, 2011
    @Amit, For 5000 mango tree, you need around 100 acre land i.e. 50 tree per acre. productivity : About 6-10 MT/acre
  • Ben oppong said on August 30, 2011
    hi, i am from ghana and i want to enter into agriculture, preferably mango cultivation. i have about 2 hectors of land in the volta ans eastern regions of ghana. which varieties should i grow and do you think the weather conditions in these areas will be suitable.
  • priyonath biswas said on September 15, 2011
    My business place is khandelwal nagar, kanhan, nagpur.Basically i am expert of fruits plantation,like banana,mango,orange etc.
  • Mr.Riziki said on October 5, 2011
    i would like to grow mangoes for business. i have about 5 acres in Chole Kisarawe Tanzania. what is the price of each genetically modified tree and how long it would take to bare fruits?
  • hasan said on October 11, 2011
    hi, I have farm with 100 mango trees of 5 years old in land of 1 Acre near Talegaon, aharshtra, If any body interested to purchase please reply on foll id. kfhasan62@gmail.com
  • Raj said on October 13, 2011
    Hi; I'm from Pune and have 45 acres of land in Ratnagiri Dist. There are about 250 Mango trees and 300 Cashew tree . I want to develop my existing farm as well as develop unused land I have . Looking for a partner in this venture .
  • K.V.RAJESHWAR RAO said on November 11, 2011
    hi i am from from karimnagar dist andra pradesh . i have 30acers unused land i want to grow mango and guva plz advice me to start agriculture bank help also
  • ashutosh bohidar said on January 17, 2012
    Sir i have 5 acre land in chattarpur area of madhya pradesh. I want to have mango orchids with variety from all over india. Pls advice me on the harvesting techniques, fertilization and source of seeds and sapling. Please advice. Regards...ashutosh 09818034561
  • Hamid Ali Syed said on February 17, 2012
    HI, our company is interested to purchase the mango seeds for plantation. or small mango trees. send us the price and procedure regards, Hamid Ali Syed
  • george mtitu said on March 6, 2012
    Hi, I am interested to grow apple mango trees in 20 acre, please tell me which is the best place to grow apple mango trees. I live in DAR-ES-SALAAM TANZANIA
  • Samuel said on March 9, 2012
    I would like to start a Mango farm in Nakuru Kenya, on a 20 acre farm. I need to link up with growers and other stakeholders in order to share information and expertise.
  • segametsi moffat said on March 15, 2012
    i am interested in planting mango for commercial purposes ,which type of soil,which climate is suitable for mango,at which season should I plant, please help, how long does the tree take to bear fruits?
  • ady said on March 31, 2012
    Hello, I have a collective 500 acres land near nagpur maharashtra india, we are interested in mango cultivation on large scale using modern israel techniques, consultants plz contact, at agrawaditya@gmail.com
  • ravi narayan h said on April 7, 2012
    i am from gadag dist in north karnataka and i am pursuing my interest in making a 30 acre mango farm. advice on all aspects of mango farming is welcome. interested in high density drip irrigation system.
  • ELIUD E.O. OBERE said on April 22, 2012
    I have apiece of land in Gwassi SUBA district, i want to plant mangoes what can i do?
  • Nygory ocholo said on May 15, 2012
    Hello, I have more than 300 hectors in Ethiopia Gambella state, I want to plant mango trees for business purpose but I don't know much about planting mango trees in general, please help.
  • Siva krishna said on May 28, 2012
    Hello I am Siva , recently completed Masters in international business. I have got an idea on cultivating mangoes, hope I could bring better yield.we have 50 hectares of mango garden & also I know how to buy fine and export quality mangoes from local markets. According to market analysis, business people could buy a complete cropes from cultivators, even I could manage this situation. My question is I wanna export mangoes to USA and EUROPE. Also looking a financial partner for investment, I will invite people who got import and export experience. Thanks for your time .
  • WILBER said on July 8, 2012
    Hello, need information about mango growing. some piece of land in mukono. How man trees can fit in an acre? are there any high yielding mangoes i can consider for commercial farming.
  • D.GANESH KUMAR said on July 10, 2012
    dear sir , i am having five acres of land with mango tree and in a season with ten ton mango i want to improve it to export quality help me
  • Betty said on July 15, 2012
    Dear Sir, I need some more information about mango growing as a commercial farming. How many trees can fit in one acre? Whats the best type of mangoes and where to find them. The land is in Mukono(Uganda)
  • Gabriel A. Mushi said on July 30, 2012
    I am planning to have a mixed farm, I would like to start with Mango plantation, approx. 1000pcs. I need it for commercial purposes. would you please avail me with a list of best commercial type of mangoes. My location is East Africa - Tanzania - Korogwe district. I need short period type of mangoes. Shelf life is also important. please assist me on technical approach. Korogwe soil accepts most of fruits varieties,but I do not want to act on probabilities,i would like to act on precise assumptions and i hope you are the best choice for me. i am planing to keep a mini ranch of about 20 dairy cows, 150 goats, 100 sheep, 6,000 pcs of a hybrid of native hens with layers, 50 pcs of pigs. i will also deal with oranges- for East Africa market. Other plantations are maize, cassava and beans, I will also put Pumpkins for pigs. I will also process farm use Animal feeds where some of the ingredients are from farm. premixes will be purchased. I own about 150 acres of land I ve started with Fencing trees around the mango farm with 600 local trees of mangoes that will be Crafted Soon. thanks
  • HUSSEIN AHMED said on August 3, 2012
    I WANT TO START A MANGO BUSINESS I HAVE 05 ACRES READY TO PLANT MANGO TREES, CHOLE WARD MOSHI IN KILIMANJARO PLEASE HELP
  • ruth shadrack said on August 28, 2012
    I have two acres of land at Manyoni district in Sindida region-Central part of Tanzania. I am very interested in mango growing, i dont know which type of mango tries are suitable for the area, the weather is too dry, short rain season.
  • MUZAMIL said on August 28, 2012
    DEAR SIR I HAVE 15 ACRE LAND AND WISH TO PLANT MANGO TREES, COULD U PLEASE ASSIST TO KNOW HOW MANY TREES COULD I PLANT PER ACRE
  • Kishor said on September 4, 2012
    Dear Sir, Thank you for your valuable information. I am planning for the mango plantation. I am looking for the land in Konkan belt for this. I have offer land from Mangaon, Mandangad & Mahad. If you have any Idea, which location is suitable for the mango, please suggest. Thanks in advance for your kind support.
  • Arifa beginner adviser said on September 11, 2012
    We are from AR4 Mangoes and do have 40 Acres of mangoes farm around Hyderabad. We grow mangoes organically and have farm pond and vermi unit. If you need any information on mango farming you can reach us on arifa@ar4mangoes.com. Current trend where you have sufficient water facility is to go for ultra density mango plantation. Try this to achieve high yield with low land and great quality mangoes with proper pruning every year.

    arifa@ar4mangoes.com || Mango Farming Consultant

  • adinath vikram jaybhaye said on September 16, 2012
    sir, i have 15 acre field (some what black soil)with little sufficient water supply.i wish..for forest tree plantation in coming monsoon. which one will be better opt.either i should plant tree like mangoes, or teak ,forest tree for wood. which one option will be commercially beneficial. plz suggest me, so that i could do better with that field. georai marda, aurangabad, maharastra(india)
  • Minesh Ghella said on September 20, 2012
    Hi, i have a farm at Mkuranga, Tanzania, at present i have planted 8 acres with pineapple seeds, i am planning to plant 300 mango trees, i need advice on which verity is best for this area and where to get the best mango seedlings. please contact me on gminesh@yahoo.com, thanks & regards, Minesh Ghella.
  • raju said on September 21, 2012
    we are manufacturer of Paclobutrazol for Mango in India
  • fatima said on October 2, 2012
    I need advice to do beekeeping on my mango farm. Any help and ideas? Thank you
  • KSHITISH CH. PRADHAN said on October 15, 2012
    Hi, i have a farm at Tainsi, Angul, Odisha, India, at present i have planted 2 acres cashew, i am planning to plant 300 mango trees, i need advice on which variety is best for this area and where to get the best mango seedlings and also planting procedure. please contact me on kshitishchandrapradhan@gmail.com, thanks & regards, Kshitish Ch. Pradhan. Tainsi, Angul, Odisha, India
  • mark meyo said on October 25, 2012
    I am a beekeeper and interested to be trained more on beekeeping, mango planting. I hail from Kombewa, kisumu Disrict, Nyanza Province. 0723911538 Box 76 siaya
  • Radhe Nursery Bodalbodi Dist. Gondia said on October 26, 2012
    We own a Nursery. We are supplier of grafted mango, guava and plants with a unique technique. We provide the best quality of Kesar plants. If required kindly contact us. gajendra.rahangdale@yahoo.com
  • Mekala Mallaiah said on November 2, 2012
    I have 36 acres of land suitable for mango plantation. I would like to give it on turnkey basis to grow the plantation for 4 years and hand over to me. Is there any body who does like this. I am from Chillamcherla village of Maripeda Mandal, Warangal, Andhra Pradesh, South India - 507002
  • Gwamaka Geofrey said on November 7, 2012
    i have been recently engaged in commercial mango growing, however i have short information regarding the international market. Currently i have planted over 2000 mango trees. Please update me with Mango marketing.
  • Jared said on November 10, 2012
    Dear fellow farmers, i want to start Apple Mango farming in Homa-bay District & County, Kenya. please assist me with information on: 1. where to get the seeds/seedlings, 2.How many seedling can fit per acre, 3.Average return per acre, 4. Market information.
  • Adamu Sabogu said on November 10, 2012
    I want to start a mango plantation at Kaleo in the Nadowli District Upper West Region in Ghana. i have acquired five archers of land and needs your assistance
  • Andre said on November 14, 2012
    How much cost mango seeding and where I can buy them? Can you please quote me based on various varieties? Please send your quote in my mailbox mwamba1@fuse.net. Thank you
  • NABWEGGAMU NSEREKO CHRISTINE said on November 21, 2012
    I am Ugandan with 16 acres of land in Namungo -Mityana. I would like to grow Mangoes and oranges for business. I do not know the good type and where to get the right plants. Kindly advise me
  • farid hamdule said on December 20, 2012
    planning to start mango farming pls guide i have place in chiplun ratnagiri approx 15 acre land how i can find my land is properly suitable is or not for mango farm what kind of land required about soil etc..........pls reply thank u
  • Emukay said on January 14, 2013
    I am Emukay, have 7 acres of land in kassanda Mubende disrict, i want to grow mangoes for commercial arranges, i however, dont know which quality, type is better for a good yield, what soil type is fit for what, spacing, seasons, how to plant, please. +256772349190
  • fred omondi said on January 23, 2013
    i have a twenty acre farm in bondo on lake victoria shore. Could Cahrlse Ochiel Odira contact me, since I would like to buy his seedlings. My tel. no is 0723567403.
  • Riverson said on January 28, 2013
    Hi, from Ghana-Bolgatanga and thinking of starting a Mango Plantation this season, 2013(May)and beyond. I have acquired 20 acres of forestry land, generator for irrigation, 5 poly tanks for water storage, Farm Manager etc for an initial start. I need information on the ff:
    1) Varieties to choose
    2) Chemicals to use
    3) Recommended planting space per acre
    4) Disease and control measures
    5) Agronomic practices and, any other info deemed necessary would be appreciated.
    Thanks.
  • R.S.Dangi said on January 28, 2013
    hi from madyapradesh distt ashoknagar sir i have 50 acre land, i want commercial cultivation which is profitably please suggest me
  • Raheel Shah said on February 2, 2013
    My name is Nasir Shah from Pakistan, my lands are near Hyderabad. The ph of our land is in the range of 7-8. Plan to plant Sindhri and Chounsa ( white ) variety in about 50 acres as per modern practices. Can. You kindly guide me. Regards
  • medhat wahby said on February 13, 2013
    I am from Egypt, I have a mango farm the trees for different ages and I want to know the amount of water needed per day and the interval between each irrigation and also need to know fertilizing program per amount and indicating the time of adding fertilizers, Best regards, Medhat
  • DAVIDSON said on February 13, 2013
    I AM FROM GHANA- VOLTA REGION AND I WANT TO START A MANGO FARM FOR EXPORT AND THE LOCAL MARKET BUT DON'T KNOW GOES IN TO IT AND ALSO DON'T KNOW THE VARIETY THAT IS BEST FOR EXPORT. I ALSO NEED INFO ON THE FF
    1) Varieties to choose
    2) Chemicals to use
    3) Recommended planting space per acre
    4) Disease and control measures
    5) SOIL TYPE
    6) Agronomic practices and, any other info deemed necessary would be appreciated.
  • Matei Mapunda said on February 18, 2013
    I am Tanzanian with 6 acres of land in Mkuranga-Pwani, an area of which the temperature is warm. I would like to grow Mangoes and oranges for business. I do not know the good type and planting spacing for each crop intended to plant. Kindly advise me
  • loren kalemera said on February 28, 2013
    i am interesting in Grafted mango tree, but i need some awareness on this, please assist me on the following qns!
    1. how long does it take to get the first fruit.
    2. how many mangoes per tree are expected in the first harvest?
    3. how many trees are supposed to be planted in one acre
    4. Since it is for commercial basis, Which type of mango has high demand with high price.
    please assist me. My no. is 0655415332/ 0767334967
  • P.K.Gupta said on March 4, 2013
    Want to set up mango farm of about 400 trees near Vapi in gujarat. Will like to discuss all aspects . Let me know how we can meet & discuss. Regards.
  • samiullakhan said on March 9, 2013
    sir, i am having 07 acres of land in tumkur this is 60km to bangalore i need good quality of alphonso variety mangosaplings pleases guide me availability of saplings and rate per sapling tree. thank u
  • polly kalanzi said on March 18, 2013
    i have over 200 Acres of land i need to grow mangoes for business for juice to Export and to eat locally and i need to know which type is better to grow and spacing per acre and how long it takes to fruits the land is in uganda my tractor is ready to do the job thanks stay waiting for your Advise to start
  • jayaram said on March 18, 2013
    Sir, i am from andhra pradesh.I am interesting in grafted mango tree, but i need some information about the following points
    1. How many trees are planted in one acre
    2. How much time will take to get the first fruit
    3. How many mangoes expected per tree in the first harvest after 4 years
    4. Highest price of mangoes in india what type of climate will suit that type of tree
  • Dominic said on March 26, 2013
    i'm living in mtwara region in Tanzania i plan to start mango farm, about 10 acres
    1. what is the best mango type for my region
    2. can mango trees after a time can be used for timber
    3. where to get the best seeds
    4. what is the market trend now for this business
  • Chandrakant Rodge said on March 26, 2013
    Sir I am from Indai, maharashtra Dist. Latur. I am 100 trees of mango of kesar varieties in 1 hector. i want to know how yield more fruit of standard quality in minimum water (drip irrigation) plz help me.
  • Andre said on April 3, 2013
    Looking to buy mangoes seedling and grafted plants. Please send me your for various type of mangoes. Please send your quote. Thank you
  • NDARE DENNIS said on April 7, 2013
    I am Dennis Ndare, taking BSc in Agronomy Sokoine university of Agriculture(2013),finishing this year. whoever wants to start an agricultural enterprises please consult me .I might be very useful in any agricultural activities you want to start up. Please contact me at e-mail. drdennisndare@gmail.com mobile 0755191515. I will be very grateful for your concern. Thanks NDARE An agronomist.
  • Alok said on April 19, 2013
    I am alok from india bihar state and bhagalpur district. i have only one acre land but i want to planting mangoes tree so plz help me sir how many will be planting in one acre land.
  • Manas Siboro said on April 24, 2013
    My name is Manas, from Kenya currently working in Kirinyaga but home is Bondo. I have intention to have mango farm but looking for seedlings and advice on mango.
  • Yambor Edwin Benjua said on April 25, 2013
    Hi, I farmer in Northern Region of Ghana and wants to go in mango farming. I have 200 acres of land to use for the mango plantations, I need a marketable business plan to source funding for the project. Can you help develop one? Thank you.
  • JANE M AWUOR said on May 2, 2013
    @Charles Ochiel Odira, kindly contact me, i need the supply in bulk. jane@rudeso.com , or call 0724576262
  • naseer said on May 7, 2013
    Sir i have around 1 crore rupees i can do one mango farm in karnataka
  • kassim said on June 4, 2013
    Hi, am kassim kabunga at kampala international university, I have 5 acre piece of land at mwanambaya a coastal region not far from dar-es-salaam. am so much interested to start a small scale mango farm of about 250 trees apple mango and boribo, please guide me
  • abeiku said on June 11, 2013
    In ghanaa, and i have 120ach of land in the central region please your advice
  • gabriel said on June 14, 2013
    Hi, am Gabriel in mombasa and have a farm in taita taveta, and would like to start a small scale mango farm. Please guide

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