R.K. Jaiswal, chief scientist of Bhopal Fruit Research Center:

'Dahiyar mango from Bhopal sees great demand abroad’

Madhya Pradesh’ markets are being flooded with various mango varieties, among which there is a Bhopali mango named 'Dahiyar'. R.K. Jaiswal, chief scientist of Bhopal Fruit Research Center: “Dahiyar is the mango of the period of Nawabs. … Right now, we have 40 Dahiyar trees which are about 57 to 60 years old. We also prepare grafting of mango trees for the farmers here.”

The Dahiyar mango is identified with Bhopal. It has a very unique taste. The size of the mango is medium and it weighs 80 to 100 grams. The specialty of the mango is that it ripens a little late as compared to other mangoes. Generally, it starts ripening from the first week of June and after ripening, its juice which is light yellow in color and is like curd.

Source: aninews.in

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