Los Mochis, Sinaloa. – With good production prospects, mango grower Started preparations from the northern region of Sinaloa next crop The corresponding product of this year, which will be launched from the first days of June.
In a tour conducted through the main producing areas of the succulent fruit in the Ahom region, various orchards are present in the valley, as most of them have already completed flowering stage and are in full formation and fruiting.
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The introduction of production cutting activities, which would start with smaller varieties such as Tommy and Atalfo, would give a break to the various rural communities that are close to fruit production areas, given that hundreds of workers are employed in the process. which perform both the field work required for cutting and carrying the production.
Similarly, the workforce is engaged in various mango packaging which is reactivated and operated in this sector at this time of the year.
Rafael Luque, a fruit grower in the northern region of Sinaloa, expressed hope that this year the growing area of Higuera de Zaragoza, Ahom, would produce succulent fruits.
Mango is produced mainly from the Tommy, Atalfo, Hayden, Kent and Keith varieties, which are harvested during the months of June, July, August and September.
Mango harvest begins in Sinaloa in June