More to come in future updates. Meanwhile, check out the links below for further information.
Floral enticements boost mango pollination
The relative unattractiveness of mango flowers to pollinating insects is a limitation to fruit production. Studies in South Africa have shown that small patches of wildflowers in non-productive areas of large farms could be a low-cost way to improve this situation. Further work is required to optimise the size and species composition of such patches. Pesticide management is also likely to influence the effectiveness of such measures. Source: Small patches of native plants help boost pollination services in large farms (December 2012)
The following links have been provided for general information. The particulars of growing these crops successfully will vary depending on your location and other circumstances, especially with respect to pests and diseases and their treatment. If in doubt, check with local authorities for current information on permissable pesticides, and always follow directions on the label of any products you may purchase. (see also Pests and Diseases).
The Pollination Program, Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation, Australia
University of Hawaii
Meet the Plants database of the National Tropical Botanical Garden, USA