It’s the mango season is getting ready to begin, according to Amit Sharma, who runs Fresko Fruits, a fruit retailer. Fresko Fruits: “Indian summers don’t exist without mangoes. They’re renowned for their flavor and aroma. The region of origin and the climate, India’s mango harvesting season is different however, it generally runs from March to September. Mango cultivation in India depends on numerous aspects, like the temperature, soil type as well as irrigation and pest control. Mango farming is most for humid, mild environments that have good drainage of the soil. India is experiencing some change in the climate over recent times, and this could affect the mango growing season going forward. Changes in rainfall patterns and temperature may affect the growth rate and production of mango trees.”

Sharma admits to the torrential rainfall that has affected India this year. He says that these rainfalls will definitely be detrimental to this mango season. “Rains are vital to mango cultivation. However, excess rainfall could harm the fruit. The heavy rains that occur in the period of flowering can cause pollination issues, leading to decreased yields. Furthermore, frequent rains can cause fungal diseases and various other ailments that may harm the mango plant. The temperature also plays an important role, since extreme temperatures or extreme cold could result in the flowers to die and disappear before they’ve had an opportunity to develop. Despite this however, India’s mango sector has continued prosper, and I am sure that this season to be a good one despite the rains that have been heavy.”

“Volumes in mango manufacturing in India change from year season due to many variables like the weather, insect infestations and natural catastrophes. The majority of mangoes around the world are produced in India. The main focus on the part of Indian mango exporters is mostly in meeting the demands for mangoes in international markets. The major export markets for Indian mangoes are United States, the United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates, and Saudi Arabia. Indian mango exporters are also looking for emerging markets in nations like Japan, Australia, and New Zealand.”

Sharma is thrilled to be part of one of the biggest industries of India that is growing mangoes to sell on the international market “In the short version, Indian mango cultivation is vital to India’s agriculture sector. Even though weather conditions and other elements can have an impact on the mango harvest, India remains the largest manufacturer of mangoes in the world as well as Indian exporters concentrate on meeting the needs for mangoes in international marketplaces,” he concludes.

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Amit Sharma

Fresko Fruits

Tel: +91 989 19 63633