Mango Varieties Recommended for Florida

From the Horticultural Sciences Department, Florida Cooperative Extension Service
Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida

VarietyFruit maturity 1Fruit
weight (oz)
Fruit color 2Fruit prod. 3Anthracnose rating 4Seed type 5
FlorigonM J Jl10-16YGMRP
SaigonM J Jl6-12G YGRP
ZillM J Jl8-12R YGSM
EdwardM J Jl16-20Y Pi RPMRM
CogshallJ Jl10-16YGSM
GlennJ Jl12-18Y Pi RGPMSM
Nam Doc MaiJ Jl12-20Y
HadenJ Jl16-24R YFSM
IrwinJ Jl12-16RGVSM
CarrieJ Jl10-12G  YGPMRM
JulieJ Jl12-16G Pi YPSM
Van DykeJ Jl10-16R YGMRM
Tommy AtkinsJ Jl16-24R YGMRM
LippensJ Jl14-20Pi YGSM
MallikaJ Jl10-16Y PiFSM
GrahamJ A20-29Y PiFGSM
DotJ A9-16Y PiGSM
Van DykeJ A9-19Y RGMRM
ParvinJl A16-25R GGMRM
DuncanJl A16-24YGMRM
PascellJl A12-18Pi R YGSM
RubyJl A6-8RGSM
KentJl A16-30G R YGVSM
PalmerJl A20-30R YGSM
Valencia PrideJl A21-32Y Pi RGSM
SensationJl A10-12P RGSM
KeittA S20-40G Pi YGMRM
1 Fruit maturity: M, May; J, June; Jl, July; A, August; S, September.
2 Fruit color: G, green; P, purple; Pi, pink; R, red; Y, yellow.
3 Fruit production: G, good; F, fair; P, poor.
4 Anthracnose susceptibility: MR, moderately resistant; MS, moderately susceptible; S, susceptible; VS, very susceptible.
5 Seed type: M, monoembryonic; P, polyembryonic; Earlygold, majority of fruit seedless.

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Crane, Jonathan H., Balerdi, Carlos F. and Maguire, Ian. "Mangos Growing in the Florida Home Landscape." Horticultural Sciences Department, UF/IFAS Extension. Publication date Apr. 1994. Reviewed July 2013. Web. 19 June 2014.

Published 26 June 2014 LR. Updated 11 Aug. 2014, 13 Apr. 2016 LR
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