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Banganapalli Mango Plants

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Original price Rs. 250.00
Original price Rs. 250.00 - Original price Rs. 250.00
Original price Rs. 250.00
Current price Rs. 100.00
Rs. 100.00 - Rs. 100.00
Current price Rs. 100.00

Banganapalle is a popular variety of mango plant that is grown in India. It is also known as Benishan or Benishaan. The plant is a large, spreading tree that can grow up to 10-15 meters in height. The leaves of the tree are dark green and glossy, and the flowers are small and white.

The fruit of the Banganapalle plant is large, oval-shaped, and has a thin skin. The skin is yellow with a pink blush, and the flesh is bright yellow and juicy. The fruit is known for its sweet and aromatic flavor and is considered one of the best varieties of mango in India.

The Banganapalle plant is mainly grown in the southern state of Andhra Pradesh in India, but it is also cultivated in other parts of the country. The plant requires a warm and humid climate and well-drained soil for optimal growth. It is usually propagated through grafting or budding.

The Banganapalle mango is popular both in India and internationally, and is exported to many countries. It is used in a variety of dishes, including desserts, chutneys, and curries. The plant is also valued for its wood, which is used in furniture making and for fuel. Overall, the Banganapalle plant is an important cultural and economic resource in India.

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