SCIENTIFIC NAME: Mangifera indica
FAMILY: Anacardiaceae
/Other Mangifera species: M. caesia, M. pajang, M. quadrifolia

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Icon for significance.Mango Cultivation - Far North Queensland, January 1984
Primary Reference.Mango Cultivation in Malaysia, September 1984
Primary Reference.The Indonesian Mango, September 1993
Primary Reference.Grafting Mangos, November 1984
Primary Reference.The Topworking of Mango Trees, May 1989
Primary Reference.Topworking Your Backyard Mango Tree, September 1990
Primary Reference. History of the Mango, September 1988
Primary Reference.Search for a Better Kensington Mango, November 1986
Primary Reference.R2E2 - A New Mango Cultivar, November 1989
Primary Reference.Mango - A Fruit For The Family, November 1986
Primary Reference.Planting Mango Seeds, May 1991
Primary Reference.Consumers Like To Buy Ripe Mangoes, November 1991
Primary Reference. Mango Forks, January 1986
Primary Reference.Eating Mangoes - Mango Forks Revisited, May 1986
Primary Reference.Do 'Mango Winds' Cause Fruit Drop?, January 1992
Primary Reference. Bacterial Black Spot of Mangoes, July 1987
Primary Reference. Mineral Treatment for Mango Decline, November 1988
Primary Reference. The Mango Seed Weevil, September 1984
Primary Reference.Mango Seed Borer, May 1991
Primary Reference. What Causes Mango Skin Browning?, January 1993
Primary Reference.Mango Sap Burn, July 1991
Primary Reference.Mango Root Pruning, March 1995
Primary Reference.Graft-Induced Off-Season Flowering And Fruiting In The Mango, May 1995
Primary Reference.The Green Thai Mangoes, January 1996
Primary Reference.A New Mango Reality, August 1999
Primary Reference.My Favourite Fruit, April 2001
 Age-Old Method Improves Fruit Crop, May 1981
 Tropical Fruit Landscaping, May 1982
 How The Cold Weather Affected Our Trees, November 1982
 How Far South?, November 1982
 Exotic Fruits For Specified Areas, September 1983
 Coping With Cyclones, Part I, May 1986
 Managing Frost - Frost Damage Can Be Avoided, July 1986
 Temperature Management And Chilling Injury Of Tropical And Subtropical Fruit, November 1985
 Summary Of Propagation Techniques - Nth Queensland, September 1986
 List Of Plants Imported Through Kamerunga Between 1970 And 1987, May 1987
 Report On Dr. Coronel's Visit At The Cardwell/Johnstone Branch, November 1987
 Pollination Requirements Of Some Tropical Crops, January 1988
 Tolerable Minimum Temperatures, March 1988
 Tropical Fruit Food Composition Table, July 1988
 Establishment And Propagation Of Hives Of Native Stingless Bees For Orchard Pollination, September 1988
 Fruits Of 1887, January 1989
 Bagging, January 1989
 Wedge Grafting, January 1989
 A Comprehensive Guide To Tropical And Subtropical Fruits, January 1990
 Recent Developments In Vegetative Propagation Of Some Tropical Fruit Trees, May 1990
 Root Rot Threat For Fruit Trees After Cyclones, March 1991
 Bats Were The Key To Palm Island's Puzzle, May 1991
 Tropical And Sub Tropical Fruit And Nut Cultivar Recommendations For North Queensland, November 1991
 Australian Native Bees, January 1993
 What To Do In February, March And April, January 1993
 Fruit-Piercing Moths - The Latest News, May 1993
 Subtropical/Tropical Fruits - Tentative Variety Recommendations For FNQ, September 1993
 Qld Tropical Exotic Fruit Could Do With A Bagging, November 1993
 Earlier Flowering And More Fruit, November 1993
 Nutritional Facts About Tropical Fruits And Vegetables, November 1994
 Delayed Incompatibility In Grafting Tropical Fruit Trees, September 1996
 Horticultural Bits And Pieces, August 1999
 Plant Selection For A Dry Tropics Permaculture/Rare Fruits Backyard Garden, February 2000
 Fruit Spotting Bug, August 2000
 Experiences Of A Dooryard Grower - Multiple Grafts, November 2000
 Cyclone Rona And The Aftermath, March 2002
 Fruit Trees Species List, August 2002

There are many more references to Mango - too many to list here.

DATE: 2011 April 15

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