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February 26, 2018

Seintalone mangoes thrive in Pinlelbu

Seintalone mangoes. Photo: Sai Lu Min
Seintalone mangoes. Photo: Sai Lu Min

SEINTALONE mangoes thrive in Pinlelbu Township in Sagaing Region, with farmers planning to export some mangoes to the market in Phakant of Kachin State.
More than 800 Seintalone mango trees have been cultivated since 2007 near Thechaung, Khatat and Wella villages in Pinlelbu Township in Ywathaya Village-tract in Pinlelbu Township in Sagaing Region.
Farmers in the region are planning to expand their market and increase their sales with merchants in Muse, a border town, a local said.
Residents show greater interests in growing Seintalone plants this year. They currently purchase K500 (US$0.39) per three-month-old plant and K1,000 ($0.77) per one-year-old plant from Myeni Village in Kawlin Township.—Sai Lu Min


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