Tue

30

Aug

2016

Fruit Protection Bag

 

What a beautiful Mango! I thought Mango season was already ended on Kauai this year but this was a first crop at Rebecca and Mo's garden.  I felt honored and grateful to receive this Mango as a gift.  Also I was very happy to know their experiment to use "Kajitsu-burkuro" for Mango was successful.

 

Kajitsu-bukuro(果実袋) is a Japanese word, which literally means a "fruit bag."  It is an individual paper & plastic bag to protect fruit or vegetable from bugs, pests, and sunshine.   Since most farmers in Japan use this bag, fruits sold in Japan are very beautiful!  In addition, they are very delicious. 

 

I knew and saw fruit bags in Japan but I didn't realize the importance of the bags until uncle Mo told me he was looking for this.  So when I went to Japan in March, I bought and brought some bags to Kauai.

This is the picture Rebecca sent me some time ago.  This bag has a plastic window so that you can see if it's ready to pick. 

Again, beautiful and tasty Mango! I guess I should get some more bags when I have another chance to go to Japan!

 

By the way, there are so many types of Mangos are now listed in the Wikipedia;

 

Common
name(s)
Image Origin/
region
Notes
Alampur Baneshan Mango AlampurBaneshan Asit fs.jpg India, United States
Alice Mango Alice Asit fs.jpg United States  
Almaas   Pakistan  
Alphonso Alphonso mango.jpg India, Pakistan, Ecuador, Egypt, Sudan, United States, Nepal "King of Mangoes", very sweet with fibreless pulp, rich in vitamin A and C, founded mainly in Devgad & Ratnagiri Districts of Maharashtra, India. This cultivar is available in Feb till end of May.    
Amrapali   India  
Anderson Mango Anderson Asit fs8.jpg United States  
Angie Angie mango.jpg United States  
Anwar Ratol   India, UP, Multan, Punjab (Pakistan) Small in size and flesh without fibre . Peak season is mid July to August.
Ataulfo Ataulfo mango.jpg Ecuador, Mexico  
Bailey's Marvel Mango BaileysMarvel Asit fs8.jpg United States  
Banganapalli Banganapalli 12x9.jpg India The largest volume mango cultivar in the world, this medium-large fruit ripens to a golden-yellow exterior and a straw-yellow to golden-yellow interior. Very juicy, slightly tangy with little or no fibre and a creamy texture. It originates from the erstwhile princely state of Banganapalle, in present-day Andhra Pradesh, India.    
Bennet Alphonso Mango BennetAlphonso Asit fs.jpg United States  
Beverly Beverly mango.JPG United States  
Black and Rose]]   India Kerala Black and Rose [4]
Bombay Mango Bombay Asit ftg.jpg India, Nepal, United States  
Brahm Kai Meu Mango BrahmKaiMeu Asit fs.jpg United States  
Brooks Mango Brooks Asit fs8.jpg Australia, United States  
Carabao (Philippine Mango) Mango Carabao Asit ftg.jpg Philippines The Ataulfo (mango) and Manilita mango cultivars originated from the Philippine Mango variety. It can be traced back in the Manila-Mexico galleon trade in the years 1600-1800's.[5]    
Carrie Mango Carrie Asit fs8.jpg United States  
Chaunsa Chaunsa.JPG India, Sindh, Pakistan      
Chok anan   Pakistan, Bangladesh, India, Thailand  
Cogshall Mango02 CS HD CS Asit.jpg United States  
Cushman Mango Cushman Asit fs8.jpg United States  
Dasheri   India, Nepal, Pakistan, It originated in Village Dasehri, Block Kakori, Lucknow (UP) India. The Mother Tree of Dasehri Mango is still alive and bearing fruits. It is estimated to be 200–300 years old. There are various stories about its origin but the owners say it is a "chance" seedling.    
Dot Mango Dot Asit fs8.jpg United States  
Dudhiya Malda   India, Nepal Grown in Digha, Patna, Bihar. Known for awesome taste and flavour with thin skin[6][7][8][9]    
Duncan Mango Duncan Asit fs8.jpg United States      
Earlygold Earlygold mango.JPG United States  
Edward Mango Edward Asit fs8.jpg United States  
Eldon Mango Eldon Asit fs8.jpg United States  
Emerald   United States  
Fazli (mango)   Bangladesh, India
Fajri Kalan   Pakistan
Fairchild   United States  
Fascell Mango Fascell2 Asit fs.jpg United States  
Florigon Mango Florigon Asit fs8.jpg United States  
Ford Mango Ford Asit fs8.jpg United States  
Gary Gary mango.JPG United States  
Gir Kesar   Gujarat (India)  
Glenn Mango Glenn Asit fs8.jpg Italy, United States  
Gold Nugget Mango ATAULFO GOLD NUGGET Asit.jpg United States  
Golden Lippens   United States  
Graham Mango Graham Asit fs8.jpg United States  
Haden Haden mango.jpg Australia, Brazil, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, United States  
Hatcher   United States  
Heidi   South Africa  
Himayat / Imam Pasand Mango ImamPasand Asit ftg.jpg India  
Himsagar Mango Himsagar Asit ftg.jpg Bangladesh, India, Nepal  
Ice Cream   United States  
Irwin Mango Irwin Asit fs8.jpg Australia, Costa Rica, United States, Taiwan, Japan (Okinawa) In Japan this variety is marketed as Apple Mango, and in the case of imports from Japan one needs to take care not to confuse it with the Apple Mango grown in the Philippines.
Ivory Mango IVORY Asit fs.JPG China Also known as the Jingu Ivory mango, or Ivory mango, this long, thin mango is named for its resemblance to a young elephant's tusk. It has thin skin, smooth skin. The flesh contains very few fibres, and constitutes approximately 82 percent of the fruit. It was first introduced into Yunnan, China from Thailand in 1914. The actual tree that was the first to be imported still grows, and during one year produced almost 500 kg of fruit.[10]
Jakarta Mango Jakarta Asit ftg.jpg United States  
Jean Ellen Jean Ellen mango.JPG United States  
Julie   Ecuador, United States A colourful, potato shaped mango with a sweet-tart flavour and a tall growth habit. Very popular in the Caribbean Sea, including Jamaica the British Virgin Islands, the United States Virgin Islands, and Barbados.
Kalepad   Andhra Pradesh, India  
Keitt Mango ATAULFO KEITT Asit.jpg Australia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Italy, South Africa, United States  
Kensington Pride Mango Kensington Asit ftg.jpg Australia, Italy, United States  
Kent Mango Kent Asit fs8.jpg Australia, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Israel, Italy, Mexico, South Africa, United States  
Lakshmanbhog   India  
Lancetilla Mango Lancetilla Asit fs8.jpg Honduras, United States  
Langra Vikramshila Agrovet 2 Langra Mango farm, Mathurapur, Bhagalpur Bihar.JPG India, Pakistan, Bangladesh,  
Lippens Mango Lippens Asit fs8.jpg United States  
Madame Francis   Haiti Large kidney shaped mango that ripens to a golden yellow colour with piquant flesh Commonly exported to the United States in spring; often a feature of NYC fruit stands.
Mallika Mango Mallika Asit fs.jpg India, Nepal, United States  
Manilita   United States  
Momi K[11]   Hawaii, United States Teardrop shaped with a narrow point. Ripens to a reddish orange blush. Flesh has creamy consistency.
Muhammad Wala   Pakistan
Mulgoba Mango Mulgoba Asit fs8.jpg India, United States
Neelam   India, Pakistan
Osteen Mango Osteen Asit ftg.jpg Italy, Spain, United States  
Palmer Mango Palmer Asit fs8.jpg Australia, Brazil, United States  
Parvin Parvin mango.JPG United States  
Raspuri Raspuri Mangoes.jpg Karnataka, India An extremely popular variety in South India, a fully ripe Raspuri mango harvested at the right time and ripened naturally can beat them all, including the Alphonso, in taste as well as amount of juice per mango. Many people especially Kannadigas do not even ask for any another variety except Raspuri in Bengaluru.
Rosigold Rosigold mango.JPG United States  
Ruby Mango Ruby Asit fs8.jpg United States  
Saigon Mango Saigon Asit ftg.jpg United States  
Sindhri Sindhri Mango.JPG Sindh Pakistan Sindhi Mango cultivated in Sindhri town Mirpur Khas district, Sindh province of Pakistan
Saharni   Pakistan  
Sammar Bahisht   Pakistan, India  
Sensation Mango Sensation Asit fs.jpg South Africa, United States  
Shan-e-Khuda Shan-e-khuda.jpeg Pakistan  
Sindhri Sindhri Mango.JPG Mirpur Khas district, Sindh province of Pakistan Sindhi Mango cultivated in Sindhri town Mirpur Khas district, Sindh province of Pakistan
Sophie Fry Mango SophieFry Asit fs8.jpg United States  
Southern Blush   United States  
Spirit of '76   United States  
Springfels Mango Springfels Asit fs8.jpg United States  
Sunset Sunset mango fruit.jpg United States  
Tommy Atkins Mango TommyAtkins05 Asit.jpg Brazil, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Israel, Italy, Mexico, South Africa, United States, Venezuela One of the most commonly sold mangoes in the world. has extremely long shelf life. Hard and oblong exterior.
Torbert   United States  
Totapuri Mango Sandersha Asit fs8.jpg India  
Valencia Pride Mango VALENCIA PRIDE ATAULFO VALENCIA PRIDE Asit.jpg South Africa, United States  
Van Dyke Mango VanDyke Asit fs8.jpg Italy, United States  
Young   United States  
Zill Mango Zill Asit fs8.jpg South Africa, United States

 

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