Sugarcane mango (Cheruku Rasam)


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It has the considerable shelf life of a week after it is ripe making it exportable. It is also one of the most expensive kinds of mango and is grown mainly in western India. Mango is the leading fruit crop of India and considered to be the king of fruits. The tropical fruits called the “Kings of Fruits” in India


Sugarcane mango, also known as Cheruku Rasam, is a unique and flavorful variety of mango. This mango gets its name due to its distinct sugarcane-like taste and aroma. It is a tropical fruit that is highly cherished for its sweet and juicy flavor.

The Sugarcane mango is characterized by its medium to large size and oval shape. The skin is smooth and ranges in color from green to yellow when fully ripe. The flesh is fiberless, succulent, and has a rich golden hue. When you bite into a Sugarcane mango, you’ll experience a burst of sweetness with a subtle hint of tanginess, reminiscent of sugarcane juice.

This mango variety is widely cultivated in regions with a tropical climate, as it thrives in warm temperatures and abundant sunlight. It is commonly grown in countries like India and parts of Southeast Asia, where it is cherished for its exceptional taste and quality.

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  1. Fresh Consumption: Enjoy the sugarcane mangoes fresh, relishing their unique sugarcane-like sweetness and juicy flavor.
  2. Juices and Smoothies: Extract the juice from sugarcane mangoes and use it as a refreshing base for homemade juices and smoothies.
  3. Desserts and Sweets: Incorporate sugarcane mangoes into desserts like mango puddings, tarts, cakes, or use them as a topping for ice cream and yogurt.
  4. Preserves and Jams: Make preserves, jams, or fruit spreads using the sugarcane mangoes to preserve their delicious flavor for longer periods.
  5. Frozen Treats: Freeze the mangoes to make delightful mango popsicles, sorbets, or granitas, perfect for hot summer days.
  1. Sunlight: Provide full sunlight for 6-8 hours per day.
  2. Watering: Regular deep watering, avoiding waterlogging.
  3. Soil and Drainage: Well-drained soil rich in organic matter.
  4. Fertilization: Apply balanced mango tree fertilizer during the growing season.
  5. Pruning and Maintenance: Prune for shape, remove dead branches, and monitor for pests and diseases.

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