Project final report

Building a resilient mango industry in Cambodia and Australia through improved production and supply chain practices - final report

Date released
01 June 2019
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Mark Hickey


This project aimed to build capacity in Cambodian mango tree crop research, in varietal selection, crop growth management, pest and disease management, postharvest handling, and supply chain management.

Mango is Cambodia's second most important fruit crop. The Royal Government of Cambodia intends to expand the domestic and export opportunities for mangoes. The Government signed an MOU in December 2015 with the South Korean Government to develop mango exports.

Cambodian mango varieties such as Keo Romeat are well regarded in Thai and Vietnamese markets, but constraints need to be addressed before mangoes can be exported on a large scale.