Webinar Library

2024 Webinars

Strategies for Fresh-Cut Mango Preservation

During this webinar we will discuss the strategies available for fresh-cut mango preservation.

Date: June 25, 2024

Panelist: Dr. Francine Cuquel

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Existing Equipment Technology for Fresh-Cut Mango

During this webinar we will discuss the equipment available for the fresh-cut mango industry, including descriptions and intended uses.

Date: April 17, 2024

Panelists: Jeffrey Brandenburg and Eric Vandercook

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Witches-Broom Disease Incidence and Management in Mangos

During this webinar we will describe Witches-Broom and Mango Malformation disease, including their causal agents, symptomology, etc., and we will propose management practices for both diseases in the tropical and subtropical climates.

Date: April 4, 2024

Panelist: S. Freeman

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Technology Validation Project to Avoid Irregular Flowering in Four Mango Varieties

A webinar about the technology validation project to avoid irregular flowering in four mango varieties.

Date: February 29, 2024

Panelist: Dr. Maria Hilda Pérez Barraza

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2023 Webinars

The ABC of the Final Traceability Rule

In this webinar the basic content of the Final Traceability Standard was reviewed. In addition, the implications that the Standard has for the mango industry was explained with practical examples.

Date: February 14, 2023

Panelist: Dr. Sergio Nieto-Montenegro

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Optimal Fresh Cut Packaging

During this webinar we discuss optimal package designs for fresh-cut mango, with the goal of extending and optimizing fresh cut mango shelf life.

Date: September 19, 2023

Panelist: Jeff Brandenburg, Eric Vandercook

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Studies for the Determination and Control of the Presence of Cavities in Mango Pulp

During this webinar we discuss how conditions before and after hydrothermal treatment affect the development of caverns in the pulp of mangos, and how to avoid them.

Date: October, 17, 2023

Panelist: Dr. Reginaldo Báez Sañudo

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Response of the Mango Tree to Different Irrigation Treatments in Different Phenological Stages

During this webinar we discuss the impact of applying different water quantities at different phenological states in maximizing yield, reducing alternate bearings, and increasing water-use efficiency.

Date: November 9, 2023

Panelist: Adolfo Levin

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Anthracnose on Mango

During this webinar we discuss what is anthracnosis, how it can be detected and identified, and how it can be managed in mango orchards.

Date: December 14, 2023

Panelist: Rafael Gómez

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2022 Webinars

Dry Matter Accumulation During the Growing, Developing and Ripening of Mango (English/Spanish)

Relationship between heat units and ripening; and the efficacy of the F-751 tool to detect the dry matter content non-destructively for all 4 main varieties.

Date: December 15, 2022

Panelist: Dr. Jorge Osuna (INIFAP)

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The Development and Growth of the U.S. Market for Value Added Mango (English/Spanish)

Value added mango has seen significant growth in the United States in recent years, especially in the areas of fresh-cut, frozen, dried mango, puree, and juice. Mango industry experts in each of these categories will give an overview of how their sector has evolved in recent times and what they expect for the future.

Date: October 21, 2022


  • Overview – Manuel Michel of NMB;
  • Fresh-Cut Mango – Uzor Nwoko of Mibo Fresh Foods;
  • Frozen Mango – Eddy Martinez of DFT Mangos;
  • Dried Mango – Alejandro Arcos of Palenque Foods;
  • Mango Puree/Juic – Tomas Paulin of Colima Processors.

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2021 Webinars

Improving the quality of mangos for export (Spanish)

Two presentations will be given with visual support. One will address the issue of irrigation along with its challenges and benefits; and the other will highlight the presentation and management of some pests and diseases that affect mango. See below some details about the presentations

  • Anthracnose on mango
  • Downward death of branches and peduncle rot
  • Thrips management
  • Irrigation in mango

Date: February 16, 2021

Panelists: Dr. Rafael Gomez Jaimes (INIFAP) and Dr. Adolfo Levin (SUPPLANT)

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National Mango Board Extension Tools for SMETA Implementation (Spanish)

Review of tools developed by the NMB for the mango industry in support of its efforts on the issue of social responsibility. The instruments support producers and packers to implement the principles on which the SMETA audit is based in their facilities, from theory to practice. the necessary formats are included to comply with the parameters in an editable format. The presentation will briefly explain the content of the tools and their practical use in the facilities

Date: September 9, 2021

Panelists: Dr. Sergio Nieto-Montenegro (CTS), Lic. Rocio Ortega (CTS) and Lic. Angelica Chavez (CTS)

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Course-workshop on harvesting and post-harvest of mango for export (Spanish)

The course includes a brief overview of the importance of the crop, some biological and environmental considerations that impact postharvest life and emphasizes the importance of the optimal harvest time, as well as techniques to determine it. In addition, a protocol of the best postharvest practices, the factors causing losses and some techniques to extend shelf life is described. Also, the results of research carried out during the last 15 years with support from the National Mango Board and other sources of funding are very succinctly described.

Date: March 18, 2021

Panelist: Dr. Jorge Osuna (INIFAP)

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AGEXPORT Mango 2021 (Spanish)


  • Mango flowering, irrigation and nutrition management for good quality fruit production
  • NMB Marketing Program Update
  • NMB Tools Available for the Mango Industry
  • Presentation of the NMB Mango Volume and Inventory System (MaVIS)

Date: December 8, 2021

Panelists: Dr. Italo Lucena Herbert Cavalcante, Dr. Manuel Michel, Dr. Leonardo Ortega, Rolff Vladimir Mitton, MSc.

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2020 Webinars

Evolving Your Mango Strategy – What you Need to Know (English)

Join the National Mango Board to learn strategies and tactics
to grow your business with mango. What you’ll learn:

  • Current foodservice landscape, research, and food trends
  • Culinary innovation – Chef live demo!
  • Supply chain plans to implement in your business today

Date: June 30, 2020

Panelists: Angela Serna, Mike Kostyo (Datassential), Jason Hernandez (Blade & Tine Culinary Consulting) and Tim Beerup (Beerup, Inc.)

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National mango Board packaging study: The 5-Down box (Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese)

This webinar will provide information and clarification on the benefits of the 5-down box:

  • Ease of use and efficacy
  • Improve palette sustainability
  • Improved ventilation
  • Cost reduction

Date: July 23, 2020

Panelist: Dr. Manuel Michel

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Breaking Point or Pivot Point? How a Microscopic Menace Ignited Monumental Marketing Changes (English and Spanish) Association Nationale Des Exportateurs De Mangues

2020 has been far from normal, and marketing strategies have had to shift to reflect an unforeseen disruption to our normal lives. Learn how an unexpected year has changed the retail landscape as we know it, and how marketing needed to pivot to meet demands- and keep brands afloat.

Date: August 18, 2020

Panelists: Manuel Michel (NMB), Tricia Bramley (NMB) and Adrian Tennant (Bigeye)

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Strategies to Prevent Mango Irregular Flowering and its commercialization in the US in Times of Crisis (COVID-19) (Spanish)

In this virtual seminar the partial results of the Irregular flowering project in mango that Dr. Maria Hilda Perez Barraza from INIFAP-Mexico has been developing will be presented. Likewise, information will be provided on the marketing techniques that the National Mango Board’s marketing program has implemented to efficiently respond to the challenge posed by COVID-19

Date: December 9, 2020

Panelists: Dr. Manuel Michel (NMB) and Dr. Maria Hilda Perez Barraza (INIFAP)

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