How Does Temperature Affect The Germination Of Mango Seed?
Yes. I’ve found that the best way to germinate a mango seed is; Right after eating your mango scrape off as much flesh as you can that still clings to the seed husk. Reason being is because the husk can be quite slippery to handle. Once that’s done pry open the seed husk with a spoon or butter knife, but be careful not to damage the seed within. Try to stay away from anything sharper than than those 2 utensils. Once you’ve pried open the husk, carefully remove the seed. It should look like a large bean of some sort. If you see a root growing from the seed do not damage it. If there is no root then it has not yet developed. Get a 6 inch flower pot, and fill with regular potting soil. Make a indention in the soil for the seed. Place your seed laying flat in the indention, and cover slightly with a little soil. Then cover it with plastic wrap, and place in a sunny location for a few weeks. Try to keep a constant temperature of 70-80 degrees. Covering with plastic wrap acts as a greenhouse