Kyaukse Seintalone mango enters Pakokku, NyaungU markets

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According to the mango traders, the Seintalone mangoes from Kyaukse township sell well in Pakokku and NyaungU markets at an affordable price.

The Seintalone variety of mangoes from villages in Kyaukse township, also known as Diamond Solitaire, are entering Pakokku and NyaungU markets at affordable prices, according to the mango traders.
“Last year, the Seintalone mangoes from Kyaukse township were supplied to the Shweli, Muse border trade zone. But this year, the mangoes are sold in Pakokku and Nyaung U markets. Last year, the mango with the bag price fetched K550 per fruit. But this year, the fruit is priced at K3,500 for ten mangoes. The mango without bag fetched only K200 per fruit,” said U Maung Lay, the Seintalone mango farm owner from Michaungtet village, Kyaukse township.
Despite the Seintalone mango trees blossoming so well, the mango didn’t yield as much as expected. As a result, the Seintalone mango growers face with a loss this year.
The mango trees started to bloom and bear fruits in November and December in the region. The mango growers are putting the plastic covers on the fruits after having the small mango. After placing them into the plastic bags, the mangoes are ripe well and have beautiful colour and thus marketable.
The plant bugs could destroy the mango without the cover.
According to the mango traders, the Seintalone mangoes from Kyaukse township sell well in Pakokku and NyaungU markets at an affordable price. — Ko Htein (KPD)/GNLM

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