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Q.How Many Mangos Should I Allow To Grow On Potted Cogshall Tree

Zone NSB 32168 | Anonymous added on March 31, 2024 | Answered

The tree is 2yrs old (grafted). About 2 1/2 ft tall with many little mangos growing all on one side of the tree.I am concerned that it’s too many for the tree to support and be healthy. What is a safe amount to allow to grow. Last year the tree was a foot & 1/2 and I allowed 1 mango to mature. Help Thanks

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Answered on April 1, 2024

I did research but didn't find any information on removing early fruit other than they usually start fruiting the third of fourth year. You can try removing every other one and see if it looks like your tree will support the remainder. If not, continue to remove fruits. Also, since they are growing on one side, you may want to rotate the container so all sides get the same amount of sun.

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