Totapuri

Totapuri

The Totapuri or Ginimoothi mango is a cultivar that is widely grown in South India and is partially cultivated in Sri Lanka. It also goes by the names 'Bangalora', 'Collector', 'Kallamai', 'Kili Mooku', 'Gilli', 'Mukku', 'Sandersha', and 'Thevadiyamuthi'. In Bengaluru it is referred to as Ginimoothi Maavina Kayi, while most of the rest of India calls it 'Totapuri' or 'Bangalora'. 'Totapuri' was imported to Florida in 1901 as Sandersha and in the 1960s as Totapuri. It is the parent of at least two Florida mango cultivars, 'Anderson' and 'Brooks'.

Totapuri is one of the main cultivars grown in India for mango pulp, along with 'Alphonso' and 'Kesar'. The tree is medium size with greenish yellow fruits.

Category: Mango

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The Totapuri or Ginimoothi mango is a cultivar that is widely grown in South India and is partially cultivated in Sri Lanka. It also goes by the names 'Bangalora', 'Collector', 'Kallamai', 'Kili Mooku', 'Gilli', 'Mukku', 'Sandersha', and 'Thevadiyamuthi'. In Bengaluru it is referred to as Ginimoothi Maavina Kayi, while most of the rest of India calls it 'Totapuri' or 'Bangalora'. 'Totapuri' was imported to Florida in 1901 as Sandersha and in the 1960s as Totapuri. It is the parent of at least two Florida mango cultivars, 'Anderson' and 'Brooks'.

Totapuri is one of the main cultivars grown in India for mango pulp, along with 'Alphonso' and 'Kesar'. The tree is medium size with greenish yellow fruits.

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