Mango Varieties of Malda

Sl No.

Name

Description

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Fazli (G.I. No. 113)
Fazli is full of sweet mystery and a lot of juicy pulp, coming in at the end of June and continues upto end of July. A single mango weighs a kilogram, or even more. Just couple of them could serve as a full royal repast. The technical specifications of hard ripe fruits are given below:

              Fruit weight                              600-1000 g
              Pulp content                             74-75 %
              Peel and stone percentage      25-26 %
              TSS                                          15-16 0Brix
              Acidity                                       0.19-0.25 %
              Fibre content                            Low fibre

2






Aswina
The mature fruits become available between mid- July to mid-August and the fruits are suitable for processing. Fruits are greenish yellow and firm, a single fruit weighs about 500 g or more.

              Fruit weight                              500-750 g
              Pulp content                             65-70%
              Peel and stone percentage      30-35%
              TSS                                          15-16 0Brix
              Acidity                                       0.23- 0.27%
              Fibre content                            Medium fibre

3






Himsagar (G.I. No. 112)
The mature fruits become available between 2nd week of June to end of June, with its unmistakable golden hue, complete absence of fibre and unparallel sweetness. It is probably the best-loved one of the royal family all over the world. The important characteristics of hard ripe fruit are outlined as under:

              Fruit weight                              300-350 g
              Pulp content                             77-78 %
              Peel and stone percentage      22-23 %
              TSS                                          21-23 0Brix
              Acidity                                       0.20%
              Fibre content                            Free from fibre

4






Laxmanbhog (G.I. No. 111)
Available from mid-June to 1st week of July, has a poetic bent of taste and radiating golden yellow skin with reddish tinge. Fruits are with light sweetness and completely free from fibre. The technical specifications of hard ripe fruits are given below:

              Fruit weight                              300-350 g
              Pulp content                             77 %
              TSS                                          min. 14 0Brix
              Acidity                                      0.23-0.44 %
              Dry matter content                   24 %
              Fibre content                            Free from fibre
              Vitamin A                                 2990g/100 g

5






Langra
Mature fruits are available from 2nd week of June to end of June, fruits are greenish yellow, firm and nearly devoid of all fibre. Its sweet-n-sour flamboyance of flavour is full of rich promise of pleasure. The technical specifications of hard ripe fruits are given below:

              Fruit weight                              300-350 g
              Pulp content                             74 %
              TSS                                          20-25 0Brix
              Acidity                                      0.35-0.55 %
              Fibre content                            Low fibre

6






Amrapalli
These varieties enchant the palate from 4th week of June to 3rd week of July. Although they are relatively recent members of the royal family, they have already gathered quite a fan following the world over. Born out of Dashehari and Neelum varieties, the sisters tantalize taste buds with their cadmium hue and irresistible sweetness.

              Fruit weight                              200-250 g
              Pulp content                             70-75 %
              TSS                                          20-25 0Brix
              Acidity                                      0.35-0.55 %
              Fibre content                            Low fibre

7






Mallika
These varieties enchant the palate from 4th week of June to 3rd week of July. Although they are relatively recent members of the royal family, they have already gathered quite a fan following the world over. Born out of Dashehari and Neelum varieties, the sisters tantalize taste buds with their cadmium hue and irresistible sweetness.

              Fruit weight                              400-500 g
              Pulp content                             72-77 %
              TSS                                          15-18 0Brix
              Acidity                                      0.30-0.50 %
              Fibre content                            Low fibre