Mango Varieties2019-02-23T05:14:31+00:00

Mango Varieties

Alphonso / Badami/Apoos

  • Called as King of Mangoes
  • Very sweet with fiberless pulp
  • Rich in vitamin A and C
  • Mid season Variety available in April to June
  • TSS of 00  Degree Brix and pulp 66.90 %
  • The fruits are Medium in size, averaging about 250 gm ovate oblique in shape and orange yellow in colour
  • Suitable for table and Canning
  • It has good sugar : acid blend and excellent keeping quality
  • Suitable variety for export

Banganpalli

  • Mid season variety, available in May to July
  • TSS : 18.50 Degree Brix and pulp 61.70%
  • The fruits are medium to large sized weighing on an average 350-400 grams
  • Fruits ripens to a golden yellow exterior and a straw yellow to golden yellow interior
  • Pulp is fiberless, firm and yellow with sweet taste
  • Fruits have good keeping quality
  • Suitable variety for export

Dashehari

  • Mid season variety
  • TSS : 23.13 Degree Brix and pulp 59.92 %
  • The fruit size is medium, shape is oblong oblique and fruit colour is yellow
  • Stone is thin and keeping quality is good

Kesar

  • Early variety available
  • Fruits are medium sized, flesh is sweet and fiberless
  • It has excellent sugar acid blend
  • Fruits ripen to attractive apricot yellow colour with red blush
  • TSS : 17.8 Degree Brix and pulp 67.7 %
  • Suitable variety for export with excellent keeping quality

Neelum

  • It is a late season variety
  • Fruit is medium in size, ovate oblique in shape and saffron yellow in colour
  • Fruit quality is good with fiberless pulp with good keeping quality
  • It has regular bearing habit
  • TSS : 20.00 Degree Brix and pulp 57.00 %
  • Average fruit weight 200-250 grams

Mallika

  • Hybrid variety derived from Neelum and Dashehari
  • First Mango hybrid variety developed by breeding
  • Heavy yielding, regular bearing and late season variety with average fruit weight of 400-600 grams
  • TSS : 27.00 Degree Brix and pulp 65.8 %
  • Good keeping quality
  • Fruit is large in size, oblong elliptical in shape and saffron yellow in colour
  • Suitable for export

Mulgoa

  • It is a late season variety
  • This is commercial variety of southern India
  • Fruit is large in size, roundish Oblique in shape and pale yellow in colour without fiber
  • Fruit quality is very good and it has good keeping quality
  • TSS : 20.80 Degree Brix and pulp 64.40 %

Amrapali

  • Hybrid derived from Dashehari and Neelum
  • Dwarf, regular bearing and late maturing variety
  • This variety suitable for high density  planting
  • Cluster bearing and small sized fruits
  • TSS : 23.20 Degree Brix and pulp 72.10 %

Raspuri

  • Early season variety, popular variety in south India
  • Also called as Pairy, Kalami
  • Heavy and regular bearer
  • Fruits are medium sized with good quality
  • Good flavour with sugar acid blend
  • Flesh is soft, primuline –yellow and fiberless
  • Keeping quality is poor
  • TSS : 20.30 Degree Brix and pulp 67.40 %

Totapuri

  • Mid season variety
  • Synonym names, Bengalora, Chittura
  • Regular and heavy bearing variety
  • Fruit are medium to large with prominent sinus. Fruit quality is medium.
  • Typical flavour and flat taste and golden yellow in colour
  • It is widely used for processing
  • TSS : 17.50 Degree Brix and 70.50 %
  • Best variety for dry areas

Sendura

  • Early season variety available from April to May with low keeping quality
  • Also known as “Honey Mango” because of its taste and flavour

Himam Pasand

  • Available from May to June
  • Average fruit weight 400-600 grams
  • TSS : 20.10 Degree Brix and pulp 61.50 %