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I just harvested some Glenn mango from my freezer (last year's crop) Yum! ;-) Still beats grocery store mangos. Rosigolds and Spirit of 76 are getting close.
Quote from: Mr. Clean on April 16, 2017, 08:33:49 PMI just harvested some Glenn mango from my freezer (last year's crop) Yum! ;-) Still beats grocery store mangos. Rosigolds and Spirit of 76 are getting close. You lrobably could have harvested the Glen last month. Lol
I have a few PPK hanging, it will be my first time ever having one. I don't want to harvest them incorrectly. What would you suggest I look for?
Ill let them color up a bit more, should they be fully ripe /soft when I pick them?
I check my tree once a day, and see a dramatic change in color in that time period.Whereas my Spirit of 76 mangos change some time between midnight and one a.m. That gives the raccoons plenty of time to harvest the mango before I do.
My first PSM. The rest are about a month or 2 behind as this one was a wild winter blooming.