With the onset of summer, the season of seasonal fruits has started in the country. Mango is called the king of fruits. And the demand of mango increases in summer. Mango comes from Dhani variety. For example, there are many varieties of mangoes such as Badam, Dusheri, Lagda, Chausa, Kesher and Hapish. The demand of Indian mangoes is also in foreign countries. And it sells at a high price.
We are going to tell you about a mango that is not sold at 100,200,300 or 1000 rupees per kg but at 2.5 lakh rupees per kg. You may be surprised to hear that the price of a kilo of mangoes is 2.50 lakh rupees. What kind of mango is this? In Japan, it sells for Rs 2.5 lakh per kg in regular auctions. In Madhya Pradesh, this mango is sold at 20 thousand rupees per 5 mangoes, 1 kg of mango ripens. If we look at the price, 1 mango is sold for 4000 rupees
Farmers in India also cultivate this mango. Kota farmer Srikishan Suman has planted the mother plant of Miyazaki mango in the desert. For the last 5 years he has been working on the Miyazaki mango variety. Srikishan has sold 50 plants so far. And has an odor of 100 plants. A farmer in Madhya Pradesh’s Jabalpur is also cultivating Miyazaki mangoes. Last year it hired 3 security guards and 6 dogs to protect 2 trees. RPG Enterprises President Harsh Goenka tweeted the information on social media.
The name of the mango that sells up to 2.50 lakh rupees per kg is Miyazaki. The most expensive mango in the world is a Japanese species of mango grown in the city of Miyazaki, Japan. This mango is also called the ‘egg of the sun’ because of its bright rug and egg shape. This is done between April and August. When the mango ripens, the pulp changes from green to red.
The average weight of Miyazaki mango is 350 grams. The sugar content of this mango is 15% higher than that of normal mangoes. This fruit is rich in antioxidants, beta carotene, folic acid. This purple colored mango is now also grown in India, Bangladesh, Thailand and the Philippines. Usually one Miyazaki mango is priced at Rs 3500 but in Japan in 2021, 2 mangoes were auctioned for Rs 2.7 lakh.