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- Malgova is called by the same name in all parts of India with little variations such as Malgoa or Malgoba. Malgova is a classic mango variety in South India with a rich traditional and historical references. It is predominantly grown in and around Salem, Krishnagiri, Dharmapuri, Palakkodu, southern parts of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. It is generally big, round shaped fruit with flattened top and curvy bottom.
It is a go to mango variety for most of the South Indian people. It is also an important commercial variety. Malgova trees naturally flower less, thus yielding less. However, Malgova fruit is big with lot of pulp. It is sweet, pulpy, round and big mango. It is has thick green skin with minor spots. Once ripen, its pulp turns yellow. It has very thick skin that helps this fruit in preventing damages.