Mango trees are 1m high with 800 fruits in Japan

The most special mango tree in the world is only 1m high but has a canopy diameter of up to 10m and parked up to 800 fruits, making the most fruitful record in the region and the whole Japan surprised many people.

The most special mango tree in the world is only 1m high but has a canopy diameter of up to 10m and parked up to 800 fruits, making the most fruitful record in the region and the whole Japan surprised many people.

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  2. Incidentally, the tree still lives well in a sealed glass bottle for 45 years, even without watering

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Mr. Higa next to his special mango tree.

This mango tree belongs to Mr. Mineo Higa in Nakijin village (Okinawa, Japan). Common mango trees only produce about 100 fruits, but last year Higa's mango trees gave 400 fruits, and this year with twice as many fruits. It has attracted many visitors.

The most fruitless mango tree in Japan was planted 29 years ago but only one meter taller, with wide foliage with a diameter of up to 10m. Mr. Higa was forced to cut off the trees that grew around and make scaffolds, hanging the branches to avoid being broken.

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To avoid breaking the branches, Mr. Higa had to tie the strings up.

" We try to produce clean, safe, healthy fruits by reducing pesticides to reach the goal of agriculture in harmony with the surrounding environment," Higa said .

Mr. Higa also shared his secret of planting trees, he gathered and released the ticks to eat harmful larvae outside the mango trunk into the garden. As a result, his mango trees are less prone to pests.

The cool garden owner also plans to register the Guinness World Record for his mango tree. Chances are, his mango tree will become the world's wrong mango tree.

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