Mango Haden – Kent – Keitt


Mango Haden The Haden mango variety originated in Florida, United States. The captain John Haden selected for the first time the Haden Mango from a Mugloba seeding in 1902. It is believed that the pollen progenitor of this variety was a turpentine variety that was massively cultivated in Florida at the moment. This Mango variety’s fruit has a rounded oval shape shaped like a heart; it can weight an average of 510gm, the skin of the fruit is red, yellow, and orange; it’s thin and has a smooth texture. The pulp is yellowish-orange in color, with almost no fiber and small seed. It is a fruit with a pleasant, slightly acidic, aromatic, sweet, fleshy and juicy flavor. SEE FILEENESRU

Mango Kent The original Kent mango tree was a Brooks seedling plant that began cultivation in September 1932 on Leith D. Kent’s property in Coconut Grove, Florida. This Kent variety was a crossover between ‘’Brooks’’ and ‘’Haden’’, As it’s been described in posterior analyses from 2005. In this order, Kent mango’s popularity overgrew in Florida thanks to its excellent flavor and the fact that it is almost fiberless. The fruits are oval-shaped and can weight an average of 600 gm. When ripped, the skin adopts a yellow, orange, and red color and has a smooth texture. The pulp is yellow when ripped, sweet, juicy, and filled with few fibers, of excellent flavor and a small seed. It is a very aromatic, sweet, fleshy, juicy fruit, with a very good flavor and a small seed. It provides a very different taste and texture from the other fruits making it the number one tropical fruit. The blooming season of the Kent Mango goes from November to January, and the harvest is produced approximately between April and June. The firmness of the pulp reduces itself during the riping process of the fruit. The pulp from the Mango can be used to elaborate marmalade, jam, jello, shakes, and juices. The Mango is the symbol of love in India, considering a box of mangos a show of friendship. It’s a medicinal fruit, it tones the heart, eliminates toxins, strengthens the tissue, and prevents premature aging. Additionally, it’s a beneficial fruit for the liver and digestion. In Venezuela, mango is produced in the states of Aragua, Miranda, Carabobo, Cojedes, Guárico and Apure. SEE FILES ENESRU

Mango Keitt The Keitt mango originated in South Florida. It comes from a seedling of the Brooks variety, which was planted on Mrs. JN Keitt’s property in Homestead, Florida in 1939. The cultivar was selected and named in 1945, after which it quickly gained commercial acceptance from nurseries for its flavor, productivity, and lack of fiber. The fruit lacked color, yet it was much larger than most varieties, preventing it from becoming a widespread commercial staple. Despite this it gained popularity among growers and remains one of the most widely planted trees in the world. The trees are vigorous growers, but tend not to reach heights of more than 6 meters. It has a low spreading habit that is not as compact as most other mango trees and develops an open canopy. Fruit production is relatively high and constant. It has a fruit of shape, from ovoid to rounded, its average weight is 640 gr, with a green to greenish-yellow peel or shell with pink tints, thin, appearance and smooth texture on the surface. The inner part of the fruit is of an intense orange-yellow color when ripe, firm, gradually matures, a melting texture without fibers and a small seed, which allows a better use of the pulp. It is a very aromatic, sweet, fleshy, juicy fruit with a long shelf life. SEE FILES ENESRU


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