Where is the best ripe mango located?
Right off of the tree, seriously though the best place to get one would probably be India seeing as they are indigenous to India.
When selecting a ripe mango, first check the softness. If it is hard or fairly firm, then it is definitely not ripe; if it mushy, it is over ripe. However, if it feels somewhat soft and the skin is somewhat wrinkly, it is quite likely to be just right. I have great success consistently picking sweet mangos using this method.
on november Mango seeds germinate soon after their seeding from the ripe fruit in the months of July to August, in nothern part of India. In south India, ripe mango fruits are available nearly a month earlier. Being large in size, mango seeds are viable only for a limited period of three to four weeks.
The colour of a mango is no indication of ripeness as skin colour varies greatly. A ripe mango should yield when gently pressed with your fingers. A firm mango can be encouraged to ripen by leaving them out in a warm room in a brown bag or by placing them near bananas which can help accelerate the ripening process.
Farmers who gather chico mango etc that are not fully ripe bury them in a rice bin why do they do this try to explain how this works?
"The mango is native to South Asia, from where it has been distributed worldwide to become one of the most cultivated fruits in the tropics. It is the national fruit of India,Pakistan and the Philippines, and the national tree of Bangladesh." (From Wikipoedia). The mango is one of my favorite fruit, speciffically the Atolfo mango. I love it best when it is partially ripe and has a wonderful sweet and sour flavour. An interesting thing…
It depends on what is classed as mango yellow as a colour? It could be a yellow mixed with a green until it matched a ripe mango? But, to give an answer, mix green (or add blue to yellow to form a green) into yellow until a satisfactory mango colour is the end result. Descriptions such as mango yellow, sky blue, Sherwood green are not very helpful to scientifically match colours using word descriptions.
Press gently on mangoes to make sure they yield a little to pressure if you want ripe mangoes and will eat them soon. * Some varieties, such as Keitt mangoes, never change color, so rely more heavily on softness to indicate ripeness. * A few black spots on the skin are typical of ripe mangoes. * Put mangoes in a paper bag to ripen at room temperature; store ripe mangoes in the refrigerator.
Yes, the most successful method to make a mango seed sprout is first to find a small tub. Place on the bottom a lukewarm, damp piece of kitchen roll. place your ripe* mango seed in the middle and cover with another lukewarm, damp tissue. Seal the tub with its lid and place in a warm airing cupboard for 1 week. On the seventh day check your mango seed and it should of sprouted. If not…