Q.Mango Plant Help
Hello . I sadly had to cut my Mango seedling today because of mold .Now some of them dont even have a stem anymore . Same thing with my Jackfruits .They were to cold (5°C)and it was to wet: (( Can you tell me if they can surrvive with no leaves (and some of them have nostem)? Or is it over now ? I hope that the roots will develope a new stem and leaves . Is this possible ? My Mango Plants are very young .6Months old and developed very fine . until now .
please help me
These are very sensitive to the cold. SOMETIMES, after doing this, the plant will attempt to put out "suckers". If this happens, then the tree is safe. Still, you will need to correct the fungal issue, or it will just come right back.
I recommend putting wettable sulfur and dolomitic lime in each affected tree. This will take care of the issue.
Some times the tree will die from this process, but more than likely it will attempt to save itself.
Here is an article that will help: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/fruits/mango/mango-trees-in-pots.htm