The fruit from mango trees does not mature all at one time so you can pick what you want to eat immediately and leave some on the tree. Keep in mind that the fruit will take at least several days to ripen once it is picked. To harvest your mangos, give the fruit a tug. If the stem snaps off easily, it’s ripe. Continue to harvest in this manner or use pruning shears to remove the fruit. Try to leave a 4-inch stem at the top of the fruit. If the stem is shorter, a sticky, milky sap exudes, which is not only messy but can cause sapburn. Sapburn causes black lesions on the fruit, leading to rot and cutting storage and usage time. When the mangos are ready to store, cut the stems to a ¼ inch and place them stem down in trays to allow the sap to drain. Ripen mangos between 70-75 degrees F. (21-23 C.). This should take between 3-8 days from harvest.
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