Mango Farming consultant in Kenya:

Would you like to get a free telephone consultation about mango farming?

So that you can decide whether it is right for you?

If that describes you, then you are at the right place.

In our conversation, we will talk about there following issue: 

  1. Soil and water management: Mango trees require well-draining soil and consistent moisture, so it is important to discuss how to manage the soil and water in order to ensure healthy growth and maximum yields.
  2. Nutrient management: Mangoes require specific nutrients, like potassium, zinc and magnesium, in order to grow and produce high-quality fruit. It is important to discuss how to identify and address nutrient deficiencies.
  3. Pest and disease management: Mangoes are susceptible to a variety of pests and diseases, such as mango weevil, mango fruit fly, and powdery mildew. It is important to discuss how to identify and manage these issues in order to protect the crop.
  4. Pruning and training: Proper pruning and training can help to promote healthy growth and increase yields. It is important to discuss the best practices for pruning and training mango trees.
  5. Harvesting and post-harvest handling: Mangoes have a specific time of maturity and must be handled with care during harvest and post-harvest to ensure maximum shelf life and quality. It is important to discuss how to identify when the fruit is ready to be harvested and the best practices for post-harvest handling.
  6. Market and pricing: Mango farming also involves understanding the market and pricing of the fruit. It is important to discuss how to understand the market trends, pricing and the best ways to sell the fruit.

It’s important to note that the best practices for mango farming will vary depending on the region, climate and the specific variety of mango.

It’s advisable to be familiar with the local conditions, regulations, and best practices before giving a consultation.