Sometimes just called ‘Dupuis’, this was a seedling of Saigon selected by Dr. John Dupuis. It has also been called "Dr. Saigon" as well.
The trees are very vigorous, vertical growers.
They are good producers of small-to-medium sized, oblong-shaped yellow fruit that develop limited pink blush. The flesh is fiberless with a delightfully sweet hybrid flavor with a touch of tropical acidity, making it popular among those who try it.
Dupuis Saigon is an early season mango ripening between May and June for us, and usually has a short season spanning a couple weeks. It is somewhat anthracnose prone and its performance in the interior suffers as a result, but the trees excel along the coast. It also appears to be resistant to mango bactgerial black spot.
Flavor: Indochinese hybrid
Country: Florida - USA