Jack. Mangifera caesia. a.k.a. Binjai. Mango relative often cultivated in southeast Asia. Fruit is similar in size and shape to the mango, flavor is acid-sweet. AdditionAl index words. wani, Mangifera caesia, fruit orchards, traditional fruit The distribution and use of a traditional fruit (Balinese name: wani) Mangifera. Mangifera caesia. Jack. Anacardiaceae. This species closely resembles Mangifera kemanga, but differs in the longer petiole and the yellowish or whitish- green.
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Seeds are not available for the Jack. Mangos grow best in full sun because it is a tropical plant and need an ample supply of water and drainage. Mangos are moderately drought tolerant and can grow well in a variety caeisa soils. Common names include jackwhite mangobinjai Malay languagewani Balinese languageyaa-lam Thai languagebayuno Filipino language and mangga wani Cebuano language.
The mango flowers can be used medicinally to treat diarrhea mangirera dysentery. The fruit can be eaten dipped in chili and dark soy sauce. Retrieved from ” https: It is also thought that this variety can compete advantageously with normal mangos. A lot of care is needed when harvesting, and laborers should protect themselves using gloves and by covering the entire body.
Mangifera cochinchinensis Mangifera cochinchinensis. The binjai is believed to originate from the island of Borneobut is commonly grown elsewhere for its edible fruit. Growing Environment Not available. It is generally multiplied by seed but vegetative propagation is recommended, graft or crochet side plating can help to shorten the time of establishment to production and reducing the size of trees.
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Baluno was introduced in to Lancetilla Botanical Gardens in Honduras. Mangifera caesia fruits from Lapuyan, Zamboanga del Surprepared in a typical Filipino fashion for a “merienda” or snack. Harpephyllum caffrum Kaffir Plum.
Articles lacking in-text citations from July All articles lacking in-text citations Articles with ‘species’ microformats. Mangifera caesia Jack ex Wall. This plant requires pruning because it will droop as the plant grows. Mangos have both food and medicinal uses.
Anacardium microcarpum Miniature Cashew. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Description Large tree up to ft jaci. The Verticillata variety of mango has also been successfully established in Honduras at the Lancetilla Botanical Gardens. Spondias venulosa Coarse Mombin. Also known as Mango or Baluno, Bauno.
Mangifera caesia Jack
The flowers are purple or pink, 0. Plants propagated by seed can produce from to fruits mangiferz year. This article includes a list of referencesbut its sources remain unclear because it has insufficient inline citations. The mature tree requires abundant space, about 12m to 16m in either direction.
Anacardium humile Monkey Nut. Retrieved 19 July The fruit matures during the rainy season, this is a deciduousstands erect and bare before shedding large bud scales that envelops mangiferra and inflorscence. Binjai is almost always propagated by seed. The tree sap and immature fruits can cause irritations. Spondias macrocarpa Round Mombin. It is also widely grown in BaliSumatraand Borneo.
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It belongs to the same genus as the mango and is widely cultivated in areas of IndonesiaMalaysiaSingaporeBruneiPapua New Guinea and the Philippines. Jack Mangifera caesia a. Mango relative often cultivated in southeast Asia.
Fruit is similar in size and shape to the mango, flavor is acid-sweet, resembling a mango-pineapple mixture. Spondias axillaris Himalayan Ambarella.
Extracts of unripe fruits, bark, and leaves have shown antibiotic properties. Spondias pinnata Malaysian Mombin. Anacardium occidentale Cashew Apple. Mangifera caesia is a species of flowering plant in the cashew family, Anacardiaceae. For the breadfruit relative, see Jackfruit.
Mangifera caloneura Mangifera caloneura. White juice of the immature jack fruit is poisonous, and can be an irritant if it comes into contact with the skin as well as when ingested.