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Re: Mango
« Reply #30 on: April 05, 2008, 07:03:27 pm »
Sa mga flower plants alam ko meron ngang nilalagay na pampabulaklak pero yon ay parang pebbles ang itsura.  Nilalagay sa lupa. 
Why not try the Dept. of Agrigulture or DOST sigurado alam nila yon. 

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Re: Mango
« Reply #31 on: April 06, 2008, 09:50:17 pm »
Sa D.A. daw nagtatrabaho yung taong nag spray ng mga puno.  1/3 share nya, 2/3 sa akin. Ganun din, hinde siya bumubunga off season

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Re: Mango
« Reply #32 on: April 06, 2008, 10:24:54 pm »

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

BUNNY
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I totally disagree on that.
Meron pong mga variety kahit offseason (tag ulan here in luzon) mamumunga siya.
At hindi na kailangan induce ang mga yun.



Eto siya pag nahinog.


I have these variety in my farm.

 ;D ;D ;D


Btw about the mango wine

eto yung isang product gawa dito ineexport na sa ibang bansa

https://www.alibaba.com/catalog/11039786/Sweet_Mango_Wine.html

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Re: Mango
« Reply #33 on: April 08, 2008, 12:42:59 pm »
Sa D.A. daw nagtatrabaho yung taong nag spray ng mga puno.  1/3 share nya, 2/3 sa akin. Ganun din, hinde siya bumubunga off season

Siguro dapat mo ng umpisahan magtanim ng ibang variety para mapalitan mo na yong mga puno nyo.  Baka masyado ng matanda kaya madalang na talaga mag bunga.  Pero wag mo munang aalisin hangga't walang kapalit. 

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Re: Mango
« Reply #34 on: April 08, 2008, 05:27:30 pm »

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

BUNNY
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I totally disagree on that.
Meron pong mga variety kahit offseason (tag ulan here in luzon) mamumunga siya.
At hindi na kailangan induce ang mga yun.



Eto siya pag nahinog.


I have these variety in my farm.

 ;D ;D ;D


Btw about the mango wine

eto yung isang product gawa dito ineexport na sa ibang bansa

https://www.alibaba.com/catalog/11039786/Sweet_Mango_Wine.html


Paglilinaw po...ang sabi ko all-year round...ibig sabihn hindi tumitigil mamunga sa buong taon na tulad ng niyog at aratiles at iba pa...yun po sinasabi nyo namunga siya sa tag-ulan pero once a year lang tapos baka sa susunod na taon na bumubunga uli...so hindi pa rin all-year round yun...ang sunod na tanong...marketable ba ang produce niya...

BUNNY
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Re: Mango
« Reply #35 on: April 09, 2008, 12:12:59 am »
Thanks a lot for all those replying to my mango post. Hindi ko akalain a lot of interest sa mango business.

Actually, I planted my mangos during the 80's and it about more than 20 years of about 200  puno. Malalaki narin, namumunga lahat at an interval of twice a year dito sa Pangasinan, dahil from October preparation, you will harvest it December; and then 2nd crop January preparation, then you will harvest it in May; this is the cycle in my location. 

As I can say I am now benefited from the fruits of my labor. Kasi dati nakatiwang-wang lang ito, so I planted mango (calabao variety) when I was on my twenties year.

But I tell you, I want to further process products these mango, if possible for better ROI.

Again, thanks a lot for your interest in mango fruits.

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Re: Mango
« Reply #36 on: April 09, 2008, 08:32:28 am »
« Last Edit: April 09, 2008, 08:36:21 am by pig_brother »

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Re: Mango
« Reply #37 on: April 09, 2008, 02:57:16 pm »

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Re: Mango
« Reply #38 on: April 09, 2008, 05:49:18 pm »
Arnold,
Thats what i want to know. yung variety mo ba bears fruit talaga off season or you need to spray some fertilizer. you said maski hinde induced namumunga pa rin. so sa variety siguro? can you tell us the variety?

im not very technical, pero yung sa amin carabao / zambales yata? Wala siya problema sa bunga even if  the trees are old, the problem is maski marami pa bunga pero when the fruit is harvested P8 pesos per kilo na lang price nya.

Bunny, thanks for the clarification. i was the one who said na may variety that bears fruit all year round. sinabi ko na narinig ko lang sa kwento and they mentioned sa farm daw ni cojuangco sa negros ganun, so baka nga hinde totoo, probably they mean that it also bears fruit twice a year.

May nakita ako website min.pcarrd.dost.gov.ph? tama ba? all about mangoes pero kanina ko lang nakita, balikan ko maya.

thanks guys

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Re: Mango
« Reply #39 on: April 10, 2008, 12:07:42 am »

Paglilinaw po...ang sabi ko all-year round...ibig sabihn hindi tumitigil mamunga sa buong taon na tulad ng niyog at aratiles at iba pa...yun po sinasabi nyo namunga siya sa tag-ulan pero once a year lang tapos baka sa susunod na taon na bumubunga uli...so hindi pa rin all-year round yun...ang sunod na tanong...marketable ba ang produce niya...

BUNNY
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@BUNNY

Hindi po, all year round ang sinasabi kong variety.
Meaning kahit tag ulan still mamumunga pa rin siya kahit hindi tag ulan mamumunga pa rin siya on that year w/o the aid of inducer.

Marketable ba siya? hmmm parehas lang sila ng lasa ng kinalabaw but paano yung off season dito sa luzon yung tag ulan? di ba mas mahal ang mangga sa mga ganung season?

Well eh kung may mga contacts ka eh wla naman problema yun.

Also inexport din ito sa hong kong mas mahal pa nga ito sa hong kong compared sa kinalabaw natin dun.

And also yung niyog ilan buwan ba bago mamunga? a month ba?
Sorry hindi ko kasi alam, wala akong tanim na niyog sa farm ko.

@Carlos:
8 bucks per kilo? san ang location mo?
Yung kay Conjuanco totoo yun, same lang kami ng variety doon sa farm ng mga cojuanco at sa farm ko.
Isa pa is 2 years lang mag bubunga na siya compare to kinalabaw na 5 years.
Nilagyan ko lang ng guano yung mangga ko. yun lang.


Meron din dun sa farm ng mga conjuanco yung variety ng mangga na isang kilo isang piraso then ang haba nung mangga is pwedeng umabot sa 12 inch pag sinukat ito sa ruler.

And they sell it for about 200 bucks a piece.

@TheAUDITor: Same tayo I am still at my twenties (hope ko lang makagraduate na ako sa school next sem) but ang difference is naabutan ko na may 3 puno sa farm 2 of them are different varieties hawaiian and the other one i dunno the variety but siya ang pinakaprolific na puno then nagtatanim din ng mga kinalabaw at iba pang variety (May niche dito sa pinas kasi).
« Last Edit: April 25, 2008, 01:58:47 am by Arnold_26 »

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Re: Mango
« Reply #40 on: April 10, 2008, 02:43:18 am »
Hello to everybody interested in Mango Wine making. I just browse the internet and I got these procedure in making mango wine. Anyway maybe we can try........ What do you think?

Regards/TheAuditor


Things You’ll Need:
3 to 4 lbs fresh mango
A straining bag
Primary and secondary fermentors
3 ½ quarts water
2 ½ lbs sugar
1/4 teaspoon tannin
1 ½ teaspoon acid blend
2 campden tablets
1 teaspoon yeast nutrient
½ teaspoon pectic enzyme
1 teaspoon of Montrachet or Champagne wine yeast
Siphon
Airlock

Step 1:
Put 3 to 4 pounds of fresh, peeled mango into a straining bag, tie the bag and place it into a primary fermentor. Use a potato masher or your hands to mash the fruit.

Step 2:
Measure out 3 and a half quarts of water into a sauce pan and bring the water to a boil. Add 2 and a half pounds of sugar and stir until the mixture is a syrupy consistency.

Step 3:
Allow the syrup mixture to cool until it is a little warmer than room temperature. Pour the syrup mixture over the mango in the fermentor.

Step 4:
Measure out 1/4 teaspoon of tannin and add to the fermentor. Also add 1 1/2 teaspoons of acid blend, 2 campden tablets and 1 teaspoon of yeast nutrient into to the mixture.

Step 5:
Cover the fermentor and store for 1 day at room temperature. After this time period, add ½ teaspoon of pectic enzyme and cover again and let sit for 12 more hours. Add 1 teaspoon of Montrachet or Champagne wine yeast to the fermentor.

Step 6:
Squeeze the straining bag 2 to 3 times a day for 10 days. After the tenth day, drip drain the bag into the mixture and squeeze to get all the juice out. Discard the bag and pulp.

Step 7:
Allow the wine to set overnight and siphon it into the secondary fermentor. Do not stir before pouring. You don't want to stir up the sediment on the bottom of the fermentor during this process.

Step 8:
Attach the airlock to the secondary fermentor. After letting it sit for 30 days, siphon the wine off the sediment (called racking the wine) and return the wine to the fermentor. Rack the wine again once every 2two months for 6 months and let it sit for 10 days before racking it into bottles.

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Re: Mango
« Reply #41 on: April 10, 2008, 02:59:36 am »
How to Make Mango Wine

Hi pig_brother,

I click your link advise on how to make mango wine and I got the same mango wine procedures. During mango harvest in May, I will try to experiment it. Thanks/TheAuditor

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Re: Mango
« Reply #42 on: April 10, 2008, 08:19:40 am »
arnold

thank you sa paliwanag. Yun nga sinasabi ko na dapat natin i share sito para sa mga gusto mag invest sa mango farm. Dapat hinde lang basta basta tanim because the variety of the fruit is what is very important.

Visayas area namin, bumabaha ng mangga dito. iloilo, leon, kalibo, guimaras. kaya pag harvest time, mura na.

So if you intend to plant, dapat yung sinasabi ni arnold na variety na tanim nya. it bears fruit off season.

Sorry bunny hinde lang nag ka intindihan. tinatanong ko lang kung bakit may mangga all year round kung walang variety na bumubunga off season. so its clear now. may variety that bears fruit off season

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Re: Mango
« Reply #43 on: April 10, 2008, 09:19:47 am »
arnold

thank you sa paliwanag. Yun nga sinasabi ko na dapat natin i share sito para sa mga gusto mag invest sa mango farm. Dapat hinde lang basta basta tanim because the variety of the fruit is what is very important.

Visayas area namin, bumabaha ng mangga dito. iloilo, leon, kalibo, guimaras. kaya pag harvest time, mura na.

So if you intend to plant, dapat yung sinasabi ni arnold na variety na tanim nya. it bears fruit off season.

Sorry bunny hinde lang nag ka intindihan. tinatanong ko lang kung bakit may mangga all year round kung walang variety na bumubunga off season. so its clear now. may variety that bears fruit off season


Waaaa ang layo akala ko dito ka lang sa luzon.

My farm is located in pampanga 2 hrs ride going to manila.

Anyway eto yung variety na may niche meron sa farm ko at sa farm ng mga cojuanco

Eto yung isang kilo isang piraso





- This is the export mango of one country here in south east asia that is now being exported in Australia, Hong Kong, Japan and Singapore.

They called it also Combo-Mango variety because when this mangoes are unripe green, they taste like our carabao mango and when they are ripe yellow they taste like our sweet Pico mangoes.


 ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D pwede pang process right hmmm wine maybe?
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Re: Mango
« Reply #44 on: April 10, 2008, 09:53:06 am »
Wow inggit naman ako sa dami ng manga nyo sa pangasinan. May droppoint ba kau dito sa laguna? o export nyo binenbenta?

San ka ba sa Pangasinan? i am from the city of amputilayag.

Meron din kami farm ng manga and I owe my life and study from mango production of my father. Ewan kung ilan nga ba ung puno.

unfortunately these past years, matumal ang bunga kasi sa "talakitik" at recently bagyo. Hope it did not happened to your farm also.

Kilala ang Pangasinan na isa sa may pinakamatamis na hinog, at pinaka malutong pag hilaw, dito sa pilipinas. I remember an XL sized mango weighs above 0.5Kg. Nalalaway tuloy ako hehehe.

I recommend to pursue your experiment, wala pa kasi ako nababalitaang mango wine producer sa pangasinan, if meron pakigoogle na lang. hehehe.

Right now I am in cavite, ang hirap maghanap ng manga rito lalo pat nasa "brgy. manggahan" ako.  :(



 

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