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Re: Mango
« Reply #15 on: March 21, 2008, 01:26:39 am »
aba at pwede na pala ang mango wine?
galing ah..

kng maganda ang kalalabasan nyan,
pwede na yan sa international market
lalo sa mga hispanic countries kng saan favorite nila ang mango

sana nga matuloy kasi kakaiba
pinoy na pinoy..

sisikat na nmn ang pinoy..
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rhina,

Marami ng fruit wines dito sa Pinas like Duhat bukod sa Mango.  Meron nga ako dito Strawberry wine di ko pa nabubuksan dala ko pa from Baguio.

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Re: Mango
« Reply #16 on: March 26, 2008, 08:30:42 pm »
There are even more exciting wines out there that are not yet being marketed full blast!  Last December, I came upon Lubeg Wine in Cagayan Valley.  Lubeg is a fruit that grows only in Cagayan Valley and the wine is EXOTIC!  I hope to see this as a truly unique Philippine product in the near future.

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Re: Mango
« Reply #17 on: March 30, 2008, 06:13:34 pm »
Yesterday we went to Paradizoo in Mendez, Cavite.  There are several wines for sale like Guyabano, Kamias, Pineapple, etc. 

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Re: Mango
« Reply #18 on: March 31, 2008, 03:44:20 pm »
ako naman i'm interested in planting mango trees.  Saan po ba makakakuha ng magandang variety seedlings?

thanks.

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Re: Mango
« Reply #19 on: March 31, 2008, 04:22:49 pm »
ako naman i'm interested in planting mango trees.  Saan po ba makakakuha ng magandang variety seedlings?

thanks.

Try accessing the Mango Information Network po. You might find the information you need there...

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Re: Mango
« Reply #20 on: April 02, 2008, 09:22:39 am »
ako naman i'm interested in planting mango trees.  Saan po ba makakakuha ng magandang variety seedlings?

thanks.

Hello,

It is not usually just the variety, but the location of the property where you are planting the mangoes. Around Metro Manila, you can get in touch with the Manila Seedling Bank in Quezon Ave cor EDSA.  In Bulacan near the Tabang Exit, there is a Mango Institute of some sort there.  Your other recourse is to find a farm with the mango variety you want and ask if you can purchase some of their seedlings.

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Re: Mango
« Reply #21 on: April 02, 2008, 11:18:45 am »
Hmmm interesting topic.


Mango producer also.


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Re: Mango
« Reply #22 on: April 02, 2008, 11:34:36 am »
Hello to everybody:

Please post naman any result of your experiment with the mango wine.

i have farm with 85 trees but the old variety (Zambales yata) planted by ancestors. They only bear fruit during the mango season and not without spraying fertilizers etc. During mango season, the price of mango per kilo could go as low as P8-P10 pesos/kilo.

Ginagawa ng wife ko, puree nya and package in 1 liter, 500ml, 300ml plastic bottles (used for mineral water) and sold to friends relatives, kung walang bumibili, nireregalo na lang.

If your experiment with wine is doing good, share mo samin ha.

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Re: Mango
« Reply #23 on: April 02, 2008, 07:28:20 pm »
To carlos_111 and arnold_26,

Please leave your contact numbers at the FoodBytes Forum! (https://www.foodbytesforum.com).  One of our clients needs large amounts of Carabao variety mangoes for a processed mango product.

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Re: Mango
« Reply #24 on: April 03, 2008, 05:50:11 am »
Ask ko lang po sa mga mango producers kung maari kayong mgbgay ng mga tips
sa mga nais magbusiness ng ganito.

m sure marami kayong pwedeng i share ng inyong expertise.
anything you share will be highly appreciated..

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Re: Mango
« Reply #25 on: April 03, 2008, 08:09:26 pm »
Rhina

Im not very serious with the mango business. it so happened that my ancestors planted mango long time ago and i inherited it.

Anyway, yung sa amin old variety. Im not sure but i think its Zambales variety. Its not very encouraging because it doesnt bear fruit off season even if you use fertilizers. And when it bears fruit during mango season, the price is very cheap. So cheap that youd rather it gets rotten than sell it. The puree naman is not so sellable.

In my inquiries, i have learned that there are new varieties or combination of varieties. This is what those interested in producing mango should learn. There are varieties na you dont have to climb the tree when picking because the fruits are ground level lang, Meron yung 3 trees dinidikit para sa isang hole sa ground, 3 trees would grow. someone told me of the variety used by Cojuangco in Negros. Hinde raw mapigilan and pag bunga, hinde na nga raw nila alam ano gagawin sa mangos kasi it doesnt stop bearing fruit.

Sa mga enthusiast ko lang narinig mga yan. Share ko lang

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Re: Mango
« Reply #26 on: April 04, 2008, 01:06:29 pm »
Rhina

Im not very serious with the mango business. it so happened that my ancestors planted mango long time ago and i inherited it.

Anyway, yung sa amin old variety. Im not sure but i think its Zambales variety. Its not very encouraging because it doesnt bear fruit off season even if you use fertilizers. And when it bears fruit during mango season, the price is very cheap. So cheap that youd rather it gets rotten than sell it. The puree naman is not so sellable.

In my inquiries, i have learned that there are new varieties or combination of varieties. This is what those interested in producing mango should learn. There are varieties na you dont have to climb the tree when picking because the fruits are ground level lang, Meron yung 3 trees dinidikit para sa isang hole sa ground, 3 trees would grow. someone told me of the variety used by Cojuangco in Negros. Hinde raw mapigilan and pag bunga, hinde na nga raw nila alam ano gagawin sa mangos kasi it doesnt stop bearing fruit.

Sa mga enthusiast ko lang narinig mga yan. Share ko lang

Using fertilizers po wouldnt make your trees fruit tlaga. Kailangan season ng fruit para magbunga unless you induce it to flower during the off-season using chemicals.

Moreover, I dont think there is a variety that would flower all year-round.

BUNNY
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Re: Mango
« Reply #27 on: April 05, 2008, 09:42:24 am »
Rhina

Im not very serious with the mango business. it so happened that my ancestors planted mango long time ago and i inherited it.

Anyway, yung sa amin old variety. Im not sure but i think its Zambales variety. Its not very encouraging because it doesnt bear fruit off season even if you use fertilizers. And when it bears fruit during mango season, the price is very cheap. So cheap that youd rather it gets rotten than sell it. The puree naman is not so sellable.

In my inquiries, i have learned that there are new varieties or combination of varieties. This is what those interested in producing mango should learn. There are varieties na you dont have to climb the tree when picking because the fruits are ground level lang, Meron yung 3 trees dinidikit para sa isang hole sa ground, 3 trees would grow. someone told me of the variety used by Cojuangco in Negros. Hinde raw mapigilan and pag bunga, hinde na nga raw nila alam ano gagawin sa mangos kasi it doesnt stop bearing fruit.

Sa mga enthusiast ko lang narinig mga yan. Share ko lang

Using fertilizers po wouldnt make your trees fruit tlaga. Kailangan season ng fruit para magbunga unless you induce it to flower during the off-season using chemicals.

Moreover, I dont think there is a variety that would flower all year-round.

BUNNY
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That true also. Meron din ako narinig na wala daw talaga variety that will bear fruit off season. pero if you think of it and im still wondering, if its true dapat there are times na wala talagang makikitang mango sa market. Pero im sure we all agree that you can see mangoes being sold everywhere everyday of the year, yun nga lang if off-season, abot P100-P120 price per kilo, if season PP15-P20 per kilo. Wala na ako mapag tanongan, maybe you can share the secret bakit all year round may mango sa market

Sana may makapagturo how to produce off season 

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Re: Mango
« Reply #28 on: April 05, 2008, 05:00:37 pm »
kong gusto mo na magbunga ang puno ng manga kahit di panahon nito magspray ka lang ng pampabulaklak tyak bubunga na......

kong masarap naman na varity ng manga try mo yung "sweet elena" origin nito ay sa sta. cruz zambales sa dizon farm sa may ninoy aquino wildlife yata yun sa QC circle meron din pagkakaalam ko

goodluck sa inyo

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Re: Mango
« Reply #29 on: April 05, 2008, 06:17:34 pm »
kong gusto mo na magbunga ang puno ng manga kahit di panahon nito magspray ka lang ng pampabulaklak tyak bubunga na......

kong masarap naman na varity ng manga try mo yung "sweet elena" origin nito ay sa sta. cruz zambales sa dizon farm sa may ninoy aquino wildlife yata yun sa QC circle meron din pagkakaalam ko

goodluck sa inyo

Pigbrother:

Thank you sa paliwanag. May alam ka bang pangalan o brand ng pampabulaklak. Hinde kasi ako hands-on, alam ko lang fertilizer tawag nila dun.


 

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