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Mango Orchard Management

Where there is no rain and the soil is dry, lightly irrigate so that the plants are protected from cold. Continue required pruning for better light penetration and air circulation inside the orchard. Make appropriate arrangements to protect young plants from the frost damage, as they are very sensitive to frost and get damaged if not properly protected. To restore the health of diseased and weak plants, after hoeing make an edged bed under the canopy of plants, 10 feet away from the trunk. In large orchards make sure to cover new and small plants with mulch.

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