Prevent Mango Flower and Fruit Drop: Mango Flowering Spray

Prevent Mango Flower and Fruit Drop: Mango Flowering Spray


Learn the causes, prevention and control
of mango fruit drop and premature falling of mango flowers. How to ensure
mango flower drop management on the mango tree. There may be hundreds
of flowers but they fall off and do not produce any fruit. Why there is premature
falling of mango flowers and no fruit. The mango fruits also fall off the tree.
Watch the video to know the causes of premature fruit drop and to know how to
stop flower and fruit drop in mango tree. At the end of the video, I will give you
top tips that will ensure a large number of mangoes on the tree. In my young mango
tree there were hundreds of blooms but they converted into about 20 tiny
mangoes, which ultimately matured to just two mangoes only. The mango fruit drop is at
two stages, when they are pea sized and when they are slightly bigger. If you
take care of flowering mango tree, you can get rid of premature a fruit drop.
Proper care must be taken to save mango flowers from premature fall. How to
prevent mango fruit dropping? If you can identify the cause of premature or
dropping of the fruit, then you can try to isolate the cause and treat that to
stop fruit dropping. Please subscribe to my channel and press the bell icon to
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What causes premature fruit drop, the weathe,r dry weather- too much or too
little water, high temperatures, inadequate soil
moisture, lack of pollination or inadequate pollination, pests, insects and
diseases, and lack of fertilizer or wrong time of fertilization can cause
the flowers and young fruits to fall off. High winds at the time of fruit set can
drop mangoes of pea size less, than 10 millimeter. The mango tree fruit may fall
if there was a cold weather during bloom and fruit set. Proper watering and fertilization is
important after flowering. Water frequently to keep adequate moisture in
the soil, dry soil will cause the flowers to fall. Use a complete fertilizer
specially for fruit trees. Fertilize your tree with the fertilizer high in
potassium or phosphorus. Too much nitrogen will damage flowers. I regularly
add organic compost to the plant. Mango diseases- fungal disease such as
anthracnose sootie mold and powdery mildew can cause premature dropping of
mango flowers and fruit. You can control fungal diseases in infected mango tree
in two steps, Step one- remove all the infected leaves and branches with clean
pruning shears. Remove all the debris around the tree. Spray a copper sulphur
and neem mixture to get rid of the mango tree diseases. Spray the entire tree
including both sides of leaves, trunk as well as the cut ends of branches. Repeat
every week till problem is eliminated. Spray early in the day and avoid
applications during hot weather. You can make your own fungicide spray by
mixing copper sulfate, garden lime and neem oil, 1/2 teaspoon of each in two
liter water. Spray fungicide solution every two weeks when new leaves begins
to grow and continue to spray throughout the growing season till after harvest.
Tip number one- the fruit drop in mango tree can be controlled by applying some
hormones. Spraying some hormones like naphthalene acetic acid and gibberellic
acid on blooms ensures increasing fruit set, fruit retention, fruit weight and
yield. Tip number two- the fruit drop in mango
can be controlled by applying eko oil or pest oil starting as soon as you see the
flowers appearing and after that on the growing mangoes every week.