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How Many Mango Trees Can Be Planted Per Acre?

Plant mango trees no closer than 30 feet apart, with 45 to 50 feet being the recommended spacing. This equates to 17 trees per acre.

Planting Distance Between Mango Trees

The space you need to have from a mango tree to other obstacles in the landscape should be 25 to 30 feet apart. This includes buildings, power lines or other mango trees. If you choose to try to grow a mango tree outside of its optimum growing regions, you could have to deal with regular freezes that stunt the tree's growth. For example, annual freezes in Texas prevent the mango from reaching full size, so it only needs spacing of 12 to 15 from other trees, according to Texas A&M University's AgriLife Extension. The final size of mango trees depends on where they are grown. The root depth and size should also play a role in where you plant the tree to avoid damaging underground water, gas or sewer lines.

  • Plant mango trees no closer than 30 feet apart, with 45 to 50 feet being the recommended spacing.
  • The root depth and size should also play a role in where you plant the tree to avoid damaging underground water, gas or sewer lines.
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