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Kaelix87

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Need help identifying a mango variety
« on: September 14, 2018, 02:07:43 AM »
Came across tiny looking mangos at the store here in San Diego.  The mangos looked to be around 2-3 inches in length and they looked like tiny manila mangos. I asked what the name for the mangos were but they simply told me they were niņos mangos. Wondering if anyone here might know the variety.

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Re: Need help identifying a mango variety
« Reply #1 on: September 14, 2018, 07:57:45 AM »
Came across tiny looking mangos at the store here in San Diego.  The mangos looked to be around 2-3 inches in length and they looked like tiny manila mangos. I asked what the name for the mangos were but they simply told me they were niņos mangos. Wondering if anyone here might know the variety.

They were from a local tree? Not imported? People like to give names to mango trees they grow from seeds.

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Re: Need help identifying a mango variety
« Reply #2 on: September 14, 2018, 10:37:00 AM »
Came across tiny looking mangos at the store here in San Diego.  The mangos looked to be around 2-3 inches in length and they looked like tiny manila mangos. I asked what the name for the mangos were but they simply told me they were niņos mangos. Wondering if anyone here might know the variety.

Bro, mangoes are hard to ID as is, with no picture how can anyone even guess and even if someone guess do you really think it would make sense? Picture would help a lot as folks can relate the picture to something that have come across and familiar with it.

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Re: Need help identifying a mango variety
« Reply #3 on: September 14, 2018, 08:20:10 PM »
I'll head back to get a picture of it lol
Came across tiny looking mangos at the store here in San Diego.  The mangos looked to be around 2-3 inches in length and they looked like tiny manila mangos. I asked what the name for the mangos were but they simply told me they were niņos mangos. Wondering if anyone here might know the variety.

Bro, mangoes are hard to ID as is, with no picture how can anyone even guess and even if someone guess do you really think it would make sense? Picture would help a lot as folks can relate the picture to something that have come across and familiar with it.

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Re: Need help identifying a mango variety
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