This will continue till mangoes in their regions are harvested, which is around April-mid,” said Faisal.“Once they stop buying mangoes in bulk, prices will start dropping and once arrivals start in full swing, prices will stabilize,” he added.
“Our fruits usually ripen and can be plucked by Chithirai Kani or Tamil New Year.
The fruits in most farmers fields are yet to ripen enough for harvest.
“The arrivals from Anamalai region is yet to start.
However, looking at our fruits now, it seems like we can harvest them only in mid-May,” said a mango farmer, A Kanagaraj, who has 400 mango trees of multiple varieties.
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