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Transcript: Receiving Health benefits Purchasing The bigger the fruit, the longer ripening time it needs. Common uses References Types of mangoes Smoothies, salads, salsa, desserts, and jellies are major uses of the mango. The origin of the mango The mango exists in two forms. One is from India, and the other is from the Philippines and Asia. The mango from India has more orange and red colors in it, and the mango from the Philippines has a more yellow and orange color. Once mangoes are picked, the damaged or rotten ones are sorted out. They are then graded on color, size, weight, degree of sweetness and firmness. Mango Color isn't the best indicator of ripeness. Softness is the true way to judge ripeness, but the stem should also have a fruity aroma. Vendor Web site Mango salsa (my favorite) Ingredients: 1/4 large onion 2-3 Serrano chilies Juice of 1-2 limes 1 tsp sugar 1/4 cup finely chopped cilantro 1 avocado chunked 1-2 cups chopped mango 5 Roma tomatoes diced 1 tsp corn oil 1/8 tsp salt 1-2 cloves crushed garlic (optional) Finely chop all ingredients (but mango), next squeezing lime juice over top. Add diced mango last to prevent mushing. Recipe: Sorting and Grading 1 case of 11 mangos - $17.36 $1.58 each Yield of 68% once peeled Preliminary in vitro studies has shown the potential for mangoes to impact on colon, breast, leukemia, and prostate cancer cells, as well as a positive impact on bone density. Other studies are underway as mangoes have shown to impact glucose levels, weight loss, body composition and inflammation. Storing Gordon Food Service Mangot, Manga, or Mangou. They were found most in Burma and Eastern India, then spreading to Malaya, Eastern Asia, and Eastern Africa. Mangoes introduced to California in 1880. Nutritional Value What to expect: Mangoes are harvested when mature, but not ripe. It's very typical to find mangoes of different ripening maturity in the same box. Ideally, you would want the same size mangoes so they ripen together more easily. Unripe mangoes should be stored at room temperature. Faster ripening can be done if stored in a brown paper bag. Mangoes should not be stored in the refrigerator until they are ripe and ready for use, which slows down the ripening process. They may be stored in the refrigerator for up to 5 days once ripe, and in the freezer for up to 6 months once peeled and sliced.


Transcript: Mango India produced half of the world production (10.8 million) followed by China (3.5 million tons) Mexico (1.5 million tons) Thailand (1.7 million tons) The aggregated production of ten countries is responsible for roughly 80% of their entire world mango production. There are over 1000 diferent varieties of Mango grown all over the world. Ataulfo Haden Tommy Atkins Kent Keitt Originated in Southeast Asia where it has been grown for over 4,000 years and over the years was also grown in other parts of the world in sub-tropical and tropical climates, because mango trees need a warm tropical climate to thrive Several countries are major producers of the fruit, including India, Pakistan, Indonesia, Mexico, Brazil, Australia, South Africa, Israel, Egypt and the Philippines. In the United States, Florida and Hawaii have productive mango industries. Most of the Mangos sold in the United States are imported from Mexico, Haiti, the Caribbean and South America The United States is the world's largest consumer of mango's. There are many pests that attack mangos. Mangos cost around $2.00 or more each in most supermarkets. How to grow a mango tree An easy way to grow a mango tree, is to start by simply buying a mango, taking it home, washing it, and carefully prying the husk open. Once the husk is cracked open, remove the lima bean shapped seed. Fill a six inch pot with potting soil, or just plant the seed in a decsent farming area. Before planting the seed, make sure the soil is moist. Plant the seed in the soil with the curved edges up, and the rounded hump just above the surface, covering the seed, leaving the very tip of the hump visible. Keeping the soil moist, but soggy, place the seed in a sunny location, with temperatures around 80. Work Cited Thrips Mango Weevil Fruit Flies Scale Insects Mango Shoot Caterpillar Spider Mites


Transcript: Climate Diffusion R2E2 released in 1991 Matures in a couple of weeks after being cultivated long shelf life Widely accepted throughout regions in Australia Ethical Concerns Naturally adapted to tropical lowlands between 25°N and 25°S of the equator Up to elevations of 3000 feet IMPACT ON LOCAL ECONOMY Persian traders carried mango seeds with them to the middle east Portuguese Africa Brazil Mexico North America Krissia Pocasangre Celeste Castillo GROWTH CYCLE MANGO Uses Originated in Northeast India First stages of domestication resulted in fibrous and small fruits. Mughals and Portuguese selected and grew mangos which over centuries became larger, with more flesh and rid of fibers. Used to treat diabetes can be eaten raw or processed into jams, juices, nectars and preserves In india, flour is made from mango seeds timber from mango tree is used for boats, flooring, furniture, etc. Considered a sacred fruit in India "the king of asiatic fruits" DOMESTICATION Mexico, Philippines, Brazil, Pakistan, Thailand and China The United States is the leading importer 1. Seedling - period from sprout until the plant is one year old. In this stage the plant needs more nitrogen fertilizer and water than at any other stage because growth in this stage is essential. 2. Vegetative - In the 2nd and 5th years, the plant produces its general form and scaffold. 3. Reproductive - At about ten years of age, mango trees are able to flower and fruit each year. ( It takes 100-150 days from flower to fruit). From age 1-20, a tree may produce 200 to 300 fruits per year.

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