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Growing Mango Seeds: A Extensive Guide for Home Gardeners

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Mangoes are one of the most delicious fruits in the world. But did you know that you can grow a mango tree from a seed at home? In this article, we will guide you through the process of growing mango seeds, step by step.

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Choosing the Right Mango Seeds

First, it’s important to choose the right mango seeds. Not all mango seeds will sprout, so you’ll need to select seeds that are healthy and ripe. Look for a plump and full seed, and make sure it’s not moldy or shriveled. You can also select seeds from mangoes that you’ve enjoyed eating.

Preparing the Mango Seeds

Once you’ve selected your mango seeds, you’ll need to prepare them for planting. Rinse the seeds in cool water and remove any remaining fruit fibers. Next, use a sharp knife to carefully pry open the hard outer shell of the seed. Be careful not to damage the inner seed.

Planting the Mango Seeds

To plant the mango seeds, fill a pot with a well-draining potting mix. Make a hole in the center of the soil, about an inch deep, and place the seed inside with the pointed end facing down. Cover the seed with soil and water it lightly.

Caring for Mango Seedlings

Mango seedlings require a warm and humid environment to grow. Keep the soil moist but not waterlogged and place the pot in a sunny location. The seedling should sprout in about two weeks. Once it has sprouted, you can transplant it to a larger pot with fresh potting soil.

Troubleshooting Common Problems

If your mango seedling isn’t growing or seems stunted, it could be due to overwatering or underwatering. Adjust the watering accordingly, and make sure the pot has good drainage. If the leaves are yellowing or the stem is turning brown, it is a sign of disease. Remove any affected leaves and treat the plant with a fungicide.


Growing mango seeds at home is a fun and rewarding experience. With the right seeds, preparation, and care, you can grow your own mango tree in no time. We hope this article has been informative and helpful in guiding you through the process.


I am Gaushoul Agam,

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As an experienced SA Horticulture Officer in the Horticulture Wing of the Department of Agricultural Extension, Ministry of Agriculture, Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, I am dedicated to advancing agriculture and farming.

With a mission to address global food safety challenges amid a growing population, diminishing arable land, and the impacts of climate change on agriculture, I foundedย ToAgriculture. Through this platform, I empower readers with modern agricultural techniques, effective pest and disease control, and sustainable agricultural management, leading to a more secure and prosperous future in agriculture.

With over four years of expertise in field crops and seven years in horticulture crops, my knowledge spans fruit and vegetable farming techniques, adept pest-disease management, proficient irrigation strategies, and the art of grafting. Join me on this journey of discovery as I share insights and experiences to guide readers toward a sustainable future.

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