List of mango cultivars

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Worldwide, hundreds of mango cultivars exist. In mango orchards, multiple cultivars are often grown together to improve cross-pollination. Two of the most important cultivars are the Chaunsa, which is particularly common in Pakistan, and the Tommy Atkins, which dominates the world export trade because it can be easily transported and has a good shelf-life, although it is reputed to not have the same flavor as that of a chaunsa.

Mangos of the Kensington Pride cultivar

Table of mangoes[edit]

The following are among the more widely grown mango cultivars, listed by the country in which they were selected or are most extensively cultivated:

Common
name(s)
Image Origin/
region
Notes
Alampur Baneshan Mango AlampurBaneshan Asit fs.jpg India, United States
Alice Mango Alice Asit fs.jpg United States
Alphonso Alphonso mango.jpg Pakistan, Ecuador, Egypt, India, Sudan, United States
Amrapali India
Anderson Mango Anderson Asit fs8.jpg United States
Angie Angie mango.jpg United States
Anwar Ratol Punjab (Pakistan) Very sweet, with fibreless flesh, this mango is named after Rataul, a village in Bagpat district which is near Meerut in the province of Uttar Pradesh, India. This cultivar is available in June and July.[1]
Ataulfo Ataulfo mango.jpg Ecuador, Mexico
Bailey's Marvel Mango BaileysMarvel Asit fs8.jpg United States
Banganapalle GntMango.jpg Pakistan , Kurnool district, Andhra Pradesh, India
Bennet Alphonso Mango BennetAlphonso Asit fs.jpg United States
Beverly Beverly mango.JPG United States
Bombay Mango Bombay Asit ftg.jpg India, Nepal, United States
Brahm Kai Meu Mango BrahmKaiMeu Asit fs.jpg United States
Brooks Mango Brooks Asit fs8.jpg Australia, United States
Carrie Mango Carrie Asit fs8.jpg United States
Chaunsa Chaunsa.JPG Pakistan
Chok anan Pakistan, Bangladesh, India, Thailand
Cogshall Mango02 CS HD CS Asit.jpg United States
Cushman Mango Cushman Asit fs8.jpg United States
Dasheri Pakistan, India, Nepal
Dot Mango Dot Asit fs8.jpg United States
Duncan Mango Duncan Asit fs8.jpg United States
Earlygold Earlygold mango.JPG United States
Edward Mango Edward Asit fs8.jpg United States
Eldon Mango Eldon Asit fs8.jpg United States
Emerald United States
Fajri Kalan Pakistan
Fairchild United States
Fascell Mango Fascell2 Asit fs.jpg United States
Florigon Mango Florigon Asit fs8.jpg United States
Ford Mango Ford Asit fs8.jpg United States
Gary Gary mango.JPG United States
Glenn Mango Glenn Asit fs8.jpg Italy, United States
Gold Nugget Mango ATAULFO GOLD NUGGET Asit.jpg United States
Golden Lippens United States
Graham Mango Graham Asit fs8.jpg United States
Haden Haden mango.jpg Australia, Brazil, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, United States
Hatcher United States
Himsagar Mango Himsagar Asit ftg.jpg Bangladesh, India
Ice Cream United States
Irwin Mango Irwin Asit fs8.jpg Australia, Costa Rica, United States, Taiwan, Japan (Okinawa) In Japan this variety is marketed as Apple Mango, and in the case of imports from Japan one needs to take care not to confuse it with the Apple Mango grown in the Philippines.
Ivory
Mango IVORY Asit fs.JPG China Also known as the Jingu Ivory mango, or Ivory mango, this long, thin mango is named for its resemblance to a young elephant's tusk. It has thin skin, smooth skin. The flesh contains very few fibres, and constitutes approximately 82 percent of the fruit. It was first introduced into Yunnan, China from Thailand in 1914. The actual tree that was the first to be imported still grows, and during one year produced almost 500 kg of fruit.[2]
Jakarta Mango Jakarta Asit ftg.jpg United States
Jean Ellen Jean Ellen mango.JPG United States
Julie Ecuador, United States
Kalepad Andhra Pradesh, India
Keitt Mango ATAULFO KEITT Asit.jpg Australia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Italy, United States
Kensington Pride Mango Kensington Asit ftg.jpg Australia, Italy, United States
Kent Mango Kent Asit fs8.jpg Australia, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Israel, Italy, Mexico, United States
Lakshmanbhog
Lancetilla Mango Lancetilla Asit fs8.jpg Honduras, United States
Langra Vikramshila Agrovet 2 Langra Mango farm, Mathurapur, Bhagalpur Bihar.JPG Pakistan, India
Lippens Mango Lippens Asit fs8.jpg United States
Mallika Mango Mallika Asit fs.jpg India, Nepal, United States
Manilita United States
[Muhammad Wala]] Pakistan
Mulgoba Mango Mulgoba Asit fs8.jpg India, United States
Neelam Pakistan
Osteen Mango Osteen Asit ftg.jpg Italy, United States
Palmer Mango Palmer Asit fs8.jpg Australia, Brazil, United States
Parvin Parvin mango.JPG United States
Rosigold Rosigold mango.JPG United States
Ruby Mango Ruby Asit fs8.jpg United States
Saigon Mango Saigon Asit ftg.jpg United States
Saharni [] Pakistan
Sammar Bahisht Pakistan, India
Sensation Mango Sensation Asit fs.jpg United States
Shan-e-Khuda Shan-e-khuda.jpeg Pakistan
Sindhri Sindhri Mango.JPG Pakistan
Sophie Fry Mango SophieFry Asit fs8.jpg United States
Southern Blush United States
Spirit of '76 United States
Springfels Mango Springfels Asit fs8.jpg United States
Sunset Sunset mango fruit.jpg United States
Tommy Atkins Mango TommyAtkins05 Asit.jpg Brazil, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Israel, Italy, Mexico, United States, Venezuela
Torbert United States
Totapuri Mango Sandersha Asit fs8.jpg India
Valencia Pride Mango VALENCIA PRIDE ATAULFO VALENCIA PRIDE Asit.jpg United States
Van Dyke Mango VanDyke Asit fs8.jpg Italy, United States
Young United States
Zill Mango Zill Asit fs8.jpg United States

List of cultivars by nation[edit]

Apple mango

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