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Wani "mango"
« on: June 03, 2016, 03:27:20 PM »
I was doing some research on wani (Mangifera caesia variety).  Most western references act like wani is one clone of M. caesia.  According to Indonesian references, it sounds like there are at least 22 different clones of wani with very different characteristics.  Not sure which is the one responsible for all the wani "craze" we hear about or if the whole thing is just hype.  The focus of the paper is a seedless clone.  Below is a link to the translated paper:

https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=id&u=http://www.agrohort.ipb.ac.id/downloads/Prosiding%2520Hibah%2520Insentif%25202007%2520(Purnabakti%2520Prof.%2520Jajah%2520Koswara)/Rai%2520et%2520al.pdf&prev=search

By the way, I put "mango" in quotes in the title to help those unfamiliar, not looking to start the whole Mangifera/mango war over again...

John

 

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