Gearing up for mango season

  • Stephanie Shinno / The Garden Island

    Wally Johnson stands in the shade of his first greenhouse that protects his starter mango trees that will eventually replace some of the older mango trees.

  • LEFT: A truck load of Rapoza mangos ready to be delivered.

    Contributed photo

    MIDDLE: Wally Johnson shows off the first of 10 planned greenhouses on his property to better maintain and protect the trees. BOTTOM: Wally Johnson holds a Rapoza mango, the first fruit of the mango season.

    Stephanie Shinno / The Garden Island

    Contributed photo

    A truck load of Rapoza Mangos ready to be delivered.

  • Stephanie Shinno / The Garden Island

    Wally Johnson holds a Rapoza mango, the first fruit of the mango season.

    Stephanie Shinno / The Garden Island

    Wally Johnson holds a Rapoza mango, the first fruit of the mango season.

  • Stephanie Shinno / The Garden Island

    Wally Johnson shows off the first of 10 planned greenhouses on his property to better maintain and protect the trees.

    Stephanie Shinno / The Garden Island

    Wally Johnson shows off the first of 10 planned greenhouses on his property to better maintain and protect the trees.

It’s almost mango season for one of Agribusiness Development Corporations’s longest tenants, Wally Johnson, and he’s gearing up to expand and upgrade operations.

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