Scientific Name Of Mango

Scientific Name Of Mango

Mango Scientific Name Is:

Mangifera Indica

More Information About Mango:

Mango is a type of Succulent or raspberry fruit. In India, Mangoes are called "King Of Fruits". Its native species is called Indian Mango. Its scientific name is "Mangifera Indica". The Mango species is called Mangifera. The Species of this Fruit was first found only in the Indian subcontinent, then gradually it spread and spread to other countries as well. India is the leading country in production or production. In some countries, India, Pakistan and the Philippines, mango is considered a "National Fruit" and in Bangladesh its tree has the status of "National Tree".

Scientific Name Of Mango 

Mangifera Indica

Main Varieties of mango

By the way, we have done all the varieties of you in the order below.

Annual varieties:








White choice




Mid season varieties:

Alampur Banesan

Bandanapalayali / banyan / print

Dussehra / Dussehra Aman / Nirali Aman


Amrapali (Mango)

Alphonso / Badami / Gundu / Apps / Khader '

Banglora / Totpuri / Kollektoian / Kili-Mukku

Rose special

Mid of the year:



Samarbehist / Chowsa / Chausa

At the end of the season:

Safeda Lucknow


Occasional flourish:



Mango Production

India produces 41% of the world's mangoes. Except China, "China and Thailand" are the largest producers of Mangoes.

The Common Modification Center is located in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh in India and Vengurla in Maharashtra. The mango tree is usually 35 to 40 meters higher and its enclosure is normally 10 meters.  Mango leaves are evergreen. The leaves appear one by one on the dangle. Mango leaves 15 te 35 C.M. Long then 6 to 16 C.M. Are broad.

The table of the largest AAP producing countries till 2019 is as follows:

     1] India

     2] People's Republic of China

     3] Thailand

     4] Mexico

     5] Indonesia

     6] Pakistan

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