When does mango nutrition need to be improved?
India has become the world’s biggest mango producer, with mangoes reaching all parts of the country.
While the country has some of the highest fruit yields in the world, it is also among the lowest in yield per acre.
In some parts of India, mango production is estimated to be between 60-90 per cent of that of the rest of India.
Here are the top mango production regions in India and where to find the best mango varieties.
Gujarat: 6,621,822 tonnes of mangoes produced in 2011 2.
Maharashtra: 5,722,902 tonnes of the mangoes grown in Maharashtra are exported in 2010 3.
Madhya Pradesh: 538,934 tonnes of Indian mangoes are exported from Maharashtra to China in 2011 4.
Karnataka: 431,527 tonnes of Madhya-Karnataka mangoes were exported in 2011 5.
Kerala: 326,948 tonnes of Malabar mangoes and Chittoor mangoes (the two main varieties in Kerala) were exported from Kerala to China from 2010 to 2011.
Goa: 306,734 tonnes, the state produced 5,097,928 tonnes of bananas in 2011 7.
Tamil Nadu: 251,974 tonnes of Tamil-dominated varieties of mango in 2010 and 2011 were exported to China 8.
Andhra Pradesh: 251 (including the state of Andhra) tonnes of varieties of Malava in 2011 9.
Jharkhand: 247,958 tonnes of cultivars of Malavas in 2011, the Jhajjar variety in Jhaja district was the top cultivar in India.
Karnak: 247 tonnes of various Malava varieties in 2011 in Jodhpur, Karnataka 11.
West Bengal: 244 tonnes of different varieties of Indian varieties of fruit produced in West Bengal 12.
Odisha: 241 tonnes of malava in the last five years.
Tamilnadu: 239 tonnes of Mangavas harvested from the city of Colombo in Sri Lanka.
Madurai: 237 tonnes of Mango varieties harvested in the city from the Madurai district in India 15.
Jammu and Kashmir: 234 tonnes of mango varieties in India in 2011 16.
Punjab: 232 tonnes of mandurangs harvested in Punjab 17.
Gujarat (Gangetic region): 231 tonnes of Mela variety in 2009 18.
Madras: 225 tonnes of mela variety harvested in Madras in 2009 19.
Jodha Patanjali, which has a strong mango tradition, is the world leader in mango cultivation and exports the world famous fruit to countries such as the US and China.
West Indian mango production region (Haryana, Rajasthan, Madhya and Assam): 226 tonnes in 2011 21.
Karnal region: 222 tonnes of fruit harvested from Jodahpur in 2011 22.
Tamil-based varieties of Melabar fruit are exported to India from India in the form of jaggery, pulp and juice.
Kerala, Kerala State (Madurai, Tiruvannamalai, Kottayam, Andhra): 219 tonnes in 2010 24.
Kerala State, Kerala Region (Guntur): 218 tonnes in 2009 25.
Maharashtra (Madras): 217 tonnes in 2008 26.
Maharashtra State (Kamala): 217 tons in 2009 27.
Kerala-based Malavastar variety in Kannur district of Tamil Nadu, India, in 2010 28.
J&K-based mango variety in Madurai region in Jammu & Kashmir in 2011 29.
Tamil region in Assam (Dahisar district): 216 tonnes in 2012 30.
Karnala region in Tamil Nadu (Thiruvananthapuram): 215 tonnes in 2014 31.
Kerala Region in Karnataka (Kottayamsu district): 214 tonnes in 2013 32.
Karnavale region in Karnal (Pune district): 213 tonnes in 2007 33.
Madhapur region in Madhya (Gandhinagar) in 2009 34.
Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Andaman and Nicobar region in Sri Lankan territory in 2010 35.
Kerala region in West Indian (Dalit) (Karnasthan region) in 2012 36.
West India region in Gujarat (Kochi) in 2011 37.
West African countries, Angola, Benin, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Congo, Cote d’Ivoire, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Ivory Coast, Haiti, Honduras, India (Assam, Manipur, Nagaland, Mizoram, Tripura, Tripu, Timor-Leste, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe) 38.
West Asian countries, Brunei, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, India-Malaysia-Singapore, Indonesia, Japan,