This mango was from the property of D.H. Martin in West Palm Beach, FL. Its parentage went unreported, but a 2005 USDA genetic pedigree analysis estimated that Mulgoba was one of its parents.
The fruit is medium-to-large in size, and has sometimes been called the ‘Pot Belly mango’ due to its unusual bulging shape. The flesh is in the classic flavor group, yellow and mild/insipid, containing a monoembryonic seed.
The trees have a spreading, vigorous growth habit. We have found the fruit to be highly prone to Neofusicoccum rot disease and had oor eating quaity anyways, so have top worked our tree. We later discovered a limb of 'Martin' growing inside the original Duncan mango tree, but have since removed the branch.
Country: Florida - USA