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The Mango Orchard
Updated: 9/26/2020
The Mango Orchard
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  • It's a great pleasure to be here Mr. Villa. Glad I can share with you my knowledge and help you on your Mango Orchard
  • My pleasure too Mr. Caluza. Thank you for accepting my invitation to come here in our farm.
  • This part of land is also a part of our farm. We want to maximize this and plant more mango trees. What can you suggest, Mr. Caluza?
  • It also has its advantages. One is grafted trees produce fruit quicker. Second is a grafted tree will continue to give the same quality fruit for many years and it is also economical.
  • I highly suggest the Grafting Method. It is proven to be efficient for your Mango Orchard.
  • Source: oxfarmorganic.com
  • Ohhh.. this looks interesting!
  • Source: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/fruits/mango-tree-grafting.htm
  • Grafting is a process by which a piece of mature, bearing tree or (scion) is joined with a rooted plant called (rootstock).
  • The proper age for rootstock is between 6mos. and 1 year old.
  • The scion should have fresh buds and healthy leaves.
  • So let's start the step by step grafting process?
  • You may use a nursery grafting tape to wrap the rootstock tightly to the scion so that all is held firmly in place.
  • Source: homeguides.sfgate.com
  • Place a plastic bag over the new graft from the top down, and tie it off at the bottom.
  • The bag protects the graft from insects and pests and provides the right temperature and moisture level
  • This has been a very informative and productive day Mr. Caluza. I learned a lot today on how to increase the production of my Mango Orchard. Thank you for taking time to teach me the right method.
  • You are welcome Mr. Villa. It's always my pleasure to share my knowledge. I'm looking forward to visit again.
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