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Cat Hoa Loc mango is an easy-to-grow and easy-to-propagate fruit tree; so growers can graft branches to plant by themselves. The price of Cat Hoa Loc mango seedlings ranges from 20,000 to 300,000 VND depending on the size of the seedling. However, before deciding to buy seedlings to plant, you should know the following information.

Characteristics of Cat Hoa Loc mango variety

Hoa Loc sand mango was originally grown in Hoa Loc commune of Giao Duc district, Dinh Tuong province (now Hoa hamlet, Hoa Hung commune, Cai Be, Tien Giang). This place is known as the largest fruit growing area in Cai Be.

Average weight of Cat Hoa Loc mango from 450 to 600 grams:

  • Slim shape, hollow waist, pointed top, round stalk near the stem.
  • When ripe, the fruit is light yellow, with a thin skin.
  • The meat is fresh, smooth, low fiber, delicious taste.
Cat Hoa Loc mango variety is known as the king of ripe mangoes
Cat Hoa Loc mango variety is known as the king of ripe mangoes

This mango variety is known as the king of ripe mangoes. Therefore, it is not only loved in the Vietnamese market; Even the most demanding markets like Japan and Taiwan are very fond of this fruit. Cat Hoa Loc mango is suitable for alluvial soil and gives fruit about 2 years after planting.

Technique of planting mango seedlings in Cat Hoa Loc

Growing Cat Hoa Loc mango is not difficult, just planting the right technique is the mango for even fruit and high yield. If you do not know the technique, please refer to the information below!

Planting season

Sand mango prefers cool, wet climate. So, the beginning of the rainy season – that is, from May to July of the solar calendar; This is the best time to plant this plant. However, you can still grow this fruit tree any time of the year; if there is enough water for irrigation and shade.

The period from May to July of the solar calendar is the right time to plant this fruit tree
The period from May to July of the solar calendar is the right time to plant this fruit tree

Cat Hoa Loc mango growing land

Cat Hoa Loc mango can be grown on many types of soil such as: Feralit soil, ancient alluvial soil, new alluvial soil along the river and even in sandy coastal areas. But it is best to plant this mango variety on sandy soil and the soil layer must be at least 1.5-2m thick, the water level is not more than 2.5m, soil pH is 5.5 - 7.

How to take care of Cat Hoa Loc mango?

Before sowing, you need to mix manure with rice husk ash and garden soil at the ratio of 2 soil + 1 manure + 1 rice husk ash, mixed with 0.2-0.3 NPK 16:16:8 fertilizer to fertilize plants. .

The ideal planting distance is 8m x 8m or 10m x 10m. However, if you plant densely; can be planted at a distance of 6m x 6m but need to be pruned early; and create a canopy so that the plant receives enough light.

What is the price of seedlings?

Search for the phrase "How much does Cat Hoa Loc Mango Seedling cost?" On Google; You can see there are many places selling this seedling with different sizes and prices.

The price of seedlings will also fluctuate depending on the season
The price of seedlings will also fluctuate depending on the season

Some nurseries sell mango seedlings 1.8m high for 300,000 VND; other nurseries sell 1m seedlings for 50,000 VND, ….

Not only that, the price of seedlings of this mango also changes according to the season; if customers buy trees in the rainy season (planting season) from May to July; The price of seedlings will usually increase 1-2 times compared to normal.

Notes when buying Cat Hoa Loc mango seedlings

When buying seedlings, you should choose a reputable and quality nursery. Most definitely, you should visit the garden in person and negotiate the price. And you should also consult the quotes of at least 3 nurseries before deciding to buy plants.

Ending

Here are some things you need to know before deciding to buy seedlings Hoa Loc mango about planting. Hope it helps you get more useful information.

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