Deep Tap Root
The mango plant consists of a long tap root that can reach up to 6 feet deep.
Mango leaves are equipped with a thick outer cuticle to prevent water and nutrient loss.
As a member of the phylum Anthophyta, the mango tree produces flowers to attract pollinators.
The mango tree produces true fruits, which protect the mango seed found at the center.
These ducts, found on mango stems, prevent the plant from wilting in extended periods without rain.
Irregular Fruiting Patterns and Fruit Drop
Depending on the environmental conditions, the mango plant will release its fruit at varied times.
The mango has developed a unique method to deal with periods of flooding. In cases of high water