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These are the country’s best 18 varieties of mango, through which farmers can earn big money even in a small place

यह हैं देश की बेस्ट 18 आम की किस्में, इनके जरिए किसान छोटी जगह में भी कर सकते हैं मोटी कमाई

This month is suitable for planting mango crop. Farmers can earn well by planting plants of any of these 18 species, keeping in mind their land and geographical condition.

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Dussehri, Malihabad, Alphonso or Kesar, in India, there are many other very good tasty varieties that we all must know, because it is time for mango gardening. Before planting mango, one must know the different species of mango.

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1. Alphonso: It is the major commercial variety of the state of Maharashtra and is one of the most preferred varieties of the country. This variety is known by different names in different regions. Badami, Gundu, Khadar, Appa, Happu and Kagdi Happas. The fruits of this variety are medium sized, oval oblong in shape and orange-yellow in colour. Fruit quality is excellent and keeping quality is good. It has been found to be good for canning purposes. It is mainly exported to other countries as fresh fruit, it is a mid-season variety.

2. Banglore: It is a commercial variety of South India. Common synonyms of this variety are Totapuri, Kallamai, Thevadiamuthi, Collector, Sundarsha, Bermodilla, Killi Mukku and Gilli Mukku. The fruit is medium to large in size, oblong in shape along the base of the neck and golden yellow in colour. Fruit quality is not very good, but shelf life is very good. It is widely used for processing. It is a mid-season variety.

3. Banganapalli: It is a commercial variety native to Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. It is also known as Chapata, Safeda, Banshan and Chapai. The fruits are large and oblong oval in shape. The color of the fruit is golden yellow. The quality and keeping quality of fruits are good. It is a mid-season variety and is good for canning.

4. Bombay: It is a commercial variety of Bihar state. It is also known as Malda in West Bengal and Bihar. Fruit is medium in size, oval oblong in shape and yellow in colour. Fruit quality and keeping quality are moderate. It is an early season variety.

4. Bombay Green: It is commonly grown in North India due to its early fruiting quality. It is also called Malda in North India. Fruit is medium in size, oval oblong in shape and spinach green in color. Fruit quality is good and keeping quality is medium. It is a very early maturing variety.

5. Dussehri: The name of this variety is derived from the name of Dussehri village near Lucknow. It is a major commercial variety of North India and one of the best varieties of our country. The size of the fruit is small to medium, the shape is oblong oblong and the color of the fruit is yellow. Fruit quality is excellent and keeping quality is good. It is a mid-season variety and is mainly used for table purpose.

6. Fuzzy: This variety is commonly grown in the states of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and West Bengal. The fruits are very large, oblong oval in shape. Fruit color is light chrome. Fruit quality and keeping quality are moderate. It is a late coming variety.

7. Fernandin: It is one of the oldest varieties of Bombay. Some people think that this variety originated in Goa. The size of the fruit is medium to large, the shape of the fruit is oval to oblong oval and the color of the fruit is yellowish and reddish on the shoulders. Fruit quality and keeping quality are moderate. It is a late variety that is mostly used for tables.

8. Snow Sagar: This variety is native to Bengal. It is one of the selected varieties of Bengal and has gained wide popularity. Fruits are medium sized, oval to oval oblong in shape. The color of the fruits is yellow. The quality and keeping quality of fruits are good. It is an early season variety.

9. Saffron: It is a prominent variety of Gujarat with a reddish blush on the shoulders. Fruits are medium in size, oblong in shape and have good holding quality. It is an early season variety.

10. Kishan Bhog: This variety is indigenous to Murshidabad, West Bengal. Fruit size is medium, fruit size is oval oblong and fruit color is yellow. The quality and keeping quality of fruits are good. It is a mid-season variety.

11. Lame: This variety is indigenous to the Varanasi region of Uttar Pradesh. It is grown extensively in North India. Fruits are medium sized, oval shaped and lettuce green in colour. Fruit quality is good but keeping quality is medium. It is a mid-season variety.

12. Mankurad: This variety has commercial importance in Goa and Ratnagiri district of neighboring Maharashtra. In the rainy season, dark spots are formed on this type of skin. The fruits are medium sized, oval shaped and yellow in colour. The quality of fruits is very good but the quality of keeping is poor. It is a mid-season variety.

13. Mulgoa : It is a commercial variety of South India. It is quite popular among mango lovers due to the high quality of its fruits. The fruits are large in shape, oblong spherical and yellow in color. The quality and keeping quality of fruits are good. It is a late coming variety.

14. Amethyst: It is an indigenous commercial variety of Tamil Nadu. Due to its high quality it is an ideal variety to be carried to far flung places. The fruits are medium sized, oval oblong in shape and saffron yellow in colour. The quality of the fruits is good and the keeping quality is very good. It is a late coming variety.

15. Samarbehishta Chausa : This variety originated as a chance seedling in the orchard of a talukdar of Sandila in Hardoi district of Uttar Pradesh. It is commonly grown in the northern part of India due to its distinctive taste and flavour. The fruits are large, oval to oval in shape, oblong in shape and light yellow in colour. Fruit quality is good and keeping quality is medium. It is a late coming variety.

16. Subarnarekha: It is a commercial variety of Visakhapatnam district of Andhra Pradesh. Other synonyms of this variety are Sundari, Lal Sundari and Chinna Subarnarekha. The fruits are medium in size and oval in shape. The color of the fruit is light cadmium with a jasper red rind. Fruit quality is medium and keeping quality is good. It is an early season variety.

17. Vanraj: It is a highly prized variety from Vadodara district of Gujarat and gives good returns. The fruits are medium sized, oval oblong in shape and dark chrome in color with a jasper red blush on the shoulders. The quality and keeping quality of fruits are good. It is a mid-season variety.

18. Zardalu: This variety is indigenous to Murshidabad, West Bengal. Its name is derived from Jardalu, a dry fruit popular in the North West Frontier Province and Sindh in Pakistan due to its similarity in size. Fruit is medium in size, oblong to oblong oblong and golden yellow in colour. The quality of fruits is very good. Keeping quality is medium. It is a mid-season variety.

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