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)
ImageOrigin/
region
Notes
Alampur BaneshanMango AlampurBaneshan Asit fs.jpgIndia, United States
AliceMango Alice Asit fs.jpgUnited States
AlphonsoAlphonso mango.jpgEcuador, Egypt, India, Pakistan, Sudan, United States
AmrapaliIndia
AndersonMango Anderson Asit fs8.jpgUnited States
AngieAngie mango.jpgUnited States
Anwar RatolPunjab (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]
AtaulfoAtaulfo mango.jpgEcuador, Mexico
Bailey's MarvelMango BaileysMarvel Asit fs8.jpgUnited States
Began PhaliGntMango.jpg
Bennet AlphonsoMango BennetAlphonso Asit fs.jpgUnited States
BeverlyBeverly mango.JPGUnited States
BombayMango Bombay Asit ftg.jpgIndia, Nepal, United States
Brahm Kai MeuMango BrahmKaiMeu Asit fs.jpgUnited States
BrooksMango Brooks Asit fs8.jpgAustralia, United States
CarrieMango Carrie Asit fs8.jpgUnited States
ChaunsaChaunsa.JPGPakistan
Chok ananBangladesh, India, Pakistan, Thailand
CogshallMango02 CS HD CS Asit.jpgUnited States
CushmanMango Cushman Asit fs8.jpgUnited States
DasheriIndia, Nepal, Pakistan
DotMango Dot Asit fs8.jpgUnited States
DuncanMango Duncan Asit fs8.jpgUnited States
EarlygoldEarlygold mango.JPGUnited States
EdwardMango Edward Asit fs8.jpgUnited States
EldonMango Eldon Asit fs8.jpgUnited States
EmeraldUnited States
FairchildUnited States
FascellMango Fascell2 Asit fs.jpgUnited States
FlorigonMango Florigon Asit fs8.jpgUnited States
FordMango Ford Asit fs8.jpgUnited States
GaryGary mango.JPGUnited States
GlennMango Glenn Asit fs8.jpgItaly, United States
Gold NuggetMango ATAULFO GOLD NUGGET Asit.jpgUnited States
Golden LippensUnited States
GrahamMango Graham Asit fs8.jpgUnited States
HadenHaden mango.jpgAustralia, Brazil, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, United States
HatcherUnited States
HimsagarMango Himsagar Asit ftg.jpgBangladesh, India
Ice CreamUnited States
IrwinMango Irwin Asit fs8.jpgAustralia, Costa Rica, United States
Ivory
Mango IVORY Asit fs.JPGChinaAlso 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]
JakartaMango Jakarta Asit ftg.jpgUnited States
Jean EllenJean Ellen mango.JPGUnited States
JulieEcuador, United States
KeittMango ATAULFO KEITT Asit.jpgAustralia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Italy, United States
Kensington PrideMango Kensington Asit ftg.jpgAustralia, Italy, United States
KentMango Kent Asit fs8.jpgAustralia, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Israel, Italy, Mexico, United States
Lakshmanbhog
LancetillaMango Lancetilla Asit fs8.jpgHonduras, United States
LippensMango Lippens Asit fs8.jpgUnited States
MallikaMango Mallika Asit fs.jpgIndia, Nepal, United States
ManilitaUnited States
MulgobaMango Mulgoba Asit fs8.jpgIndia, United States
OsteenMango Osteen Asit ftg.jpgItaly, United States
PalmerMango Palmer Asit fs8.jpgAustralia, Brazil, United States
ParvinParvin mango.JPGUnited States
RosigoldRosigold mango.JPGUnited States
RubyMango Ruby Asit fs8.jpgUnited States
SaigonMango Saigon Asit ftg.jpgUnited States
Sammar BahishtIndia
SensationMango Sensation Asit fs.jpgUnited States
Shan-e-KhudaShan-e-khuda.jpeg
SindhriSindhri Mango.JPGPakistan
Sophie FryMango SophieFry Asit fs8.jpgUnited States
Southern BlushUnited States
Spirit of '76United States
SpringfelsMango Springfels Asit fs8.jpgUnited States
SunsetSunset mango fruit.jpgUnited States
Tommy AtkinsMango TommyAtkins05 Asit.jpgBrazil, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Israel, Italy, Mexico, United States, Venezuela
TorbertUnited States
TotapuriMango Sandersha Asit fs8.jpgIndia
Valencia PrideMango VALENCIA PRIDE ATAULFO VALENCIA PRIDE Asit.jpgUnited States
Van DykeMango VanDyke Asit fs8.jpgItaly, United States
YoungUnited States
ZillMango Zill Asit fs8.jpgUnited States

List of cultivars by nation[edit]

Apple mango

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