This mango was sent to Florida by David Fairchild from Saigon in spring of 1902.
In Vietnam it is known under the name Xoi Voi. It was recognized for its good production and anthracnose resistance. The fruit is small, oval and light yellow in color.
The flesh is fiberless and has a mellowed sweet flavor, containing a polyembryonic seed.
Cambodiana was likely the parent of the Zill Indochinese (Zinc) mango, and its aroma is strikingly similar to Zinc’s progeny ‘Sweet Tart’ and ‘Venus’.
It is an early season mango ripening primarily in May and June here.