Thursday, February 16, 2012

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Fruit Warehouse | Melons | Most melons have similar structure to winter squash with thick flesh and inner seed-filled midsection. So what's the difference Between melons and squashes? Considered squashes are vegetables, while melons are known as fruits with sweet and juicy flavor. Melons are a good source of vitamin C and potassium. 

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postheadericon Strawberry ( Fragaria × ananassa )

Fruit Warehouse | Strawberry ( Fragaria × ananassa ) | The strawberry is, in technical terms, an aggregate accessory fruit, meaning the fleshy part That is not derived from the plant's ovaries but from the "Receptacle" that holds the ovaries. Strawberry cultivars Vary Widely in size, color, flavor, shape, degree of fertility, season of ripening, liability to disease and constitution of plant.

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postheadericon Avocado ( Persea americana )

Fruit Warehouse | Avocado ( Persea americana ) | The flowers are inconspicuous, greenish-yellow, 5 millimeters (0.2 in) - 10 millimeters (0.4 in) wide. The pear-shaped fruit is 7 centimetres (2.8 in) - 20 centimetres (7.9 in) long, weighs Between 100 grams (3.5 oz) - 1.000 grams (35 oz), and has a large central seed, 5 centimetres (2.0 in) - 6.4 centimetres (2.5 in) long. High winds Reduced the humidity, dehydrate the flowers, and affect pollination.

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postheadericon Pineapple ( Ananas comosus )

Fruit Warehouse | Pineapple ( Ananas comosus ) | Pineapple may be consumed fresh, canned, Juiced, and are found in a wide array of food stuffs - dessert, fruit salad, hours, yogurt, ice cream, candy, and as a complement to meat dishes. Pollination is required for seed formation, but the presence of seeds negatively affects the quality of the fruit. Certain bat-pollinated wild pineapples Their flowers open only at night. Raw pineapple is an excellent source of manganese (45% DV in a 100 g serving) and vitamin C (80% DV per 100 g).

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postheadericon Syzygium jambos

Fruit Warehouse | Syzygium jambos | For another very popular fruit, smaller than the rose apple , and dark purple in color like the fruit of the eggplant. In Karnataka the English common name is "rose apple", and the vernacular name is Pannerale, while the name for the other one is Nerale. Syzygium jambos is a large shrub or small-to-medium-sized tree, typivally three to 15 meters high, with a Tendency to low branching.

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postheadericon Langsat ( Lansium domesticum )

Fruit Warehouse | Langsat ( Lansium domesticum  ) | L. Mainly domesticum is cultivated for its fruit, the which can be eaten raw. The fruit can also be bottled in syrup. The fruit's skin is used to treat diarrhea, and in the Philippines the dried skin is burned as a mosquito repellent. The greatest producers of lansium domesticum are Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines and Indonesia.

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postheadericon Mangosteen ( Garcinia mangostana )

Fruit Warehouse | Mangosteen ( Garcinia mangostana ) | The Purple Mangosteen belongs to the same genus as the other, less Widely known, mangosteens, Such as the button Mangosteen (G. prainiana) or the charichuelo (G. madruno). As the fruit enlarges over the next two to three months, the exocarp color deepens to darker green. During this period, the fruit increases in size until its exocarp is 6-8 centimetres in outside diameter, remaining hard until a final, abrupt ripening stage.

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postheadericon Banana ( Musa acuminata × balbisiana )

Fruit Warehouse | Banana ( Musa acuminata × balbisiana ) |  Banana is also used to describe Enset and Fe'i bananas, Neither of the which belong to the aforementioned species. In popular culture and commerce, "banana" usually refers to soft, sweet "dessert" bananas. By contrast, Musa cultivars with firmer, starchier fruit are called plantains or "cooking bananas".

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postheadericon Rambutan

Fruit Warehouse | Rambutan | Budded trees may fruit after 2-3 years with optimum production occurring after 8-10 years. Trees grown from seed bear after 5-6 years. Rambutan trees bear fruit twice Annually, once in late fall and early winter with a shorter season in late spring and early summer. An average tree may Produce from 5.000 to 6.000 or more fruit (60-70 kg or 130-155 lb per tree). In Hawaii, 24 of 38 cultivated hectares (60 of 95 acres) were harvested producing 120 tonnes of fruit in 1997.

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postheadericon Jackfruit ( Artocarpus heterophyllus )

Fruit Warehouse | Jackfruit ( Artocarpus heterophyllus ) | The jackfruit has played a significant role in Indian agriculture for Centuries. Archeological Findings in India have Revealed That jackfruit was cultivated in India 3000 to 6000 years ago. Varahamihira, the Indian astronomer, Mathematician, and astrologers, jackfruit trees Mentioned (Sanskrit Panasa पनस) in his Brhat Samhita. His Treatise includes a specific reference on grafting to be performed on trees Such as jackfruit. In Kerala (India), jackfruit trees support the Black Pepper vine, the which is a climber.

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postheadericon Blackberry ( Rubus argutus )

Fruit Warehouse | Blackberry ( Rubus argutus ) | Prickle-free cultivars have been developed. Recently the University of Arkansas has developed primocane fruiting blackberries grow and flower That first year on much growth as the primocane-fruiting (also called fall bearing or everbearing) red raspberries do.Unmanaged mature plants form a dense arching Tangle of stems, the branches rooting from the node tip when on many species They reach the ground. Vigorous and growing rapidly in woods, scrub, hillsides and hedgerows, blackberry shrubs tolerate poor Soils, readily colonizing Wasteland, ditches and vacant lots. The flowers are produced in late spring and early summer on short racemes on the tips of the Flowering laterals.

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postheadericon Blueberry

Fruit Warehouse | Blueberry | Blueberries may be cultivated, or They may be picked from semiwild or wild bushes. In North America, the most common cultivated species is V. corymbosum, the highbush blueberry northern. Hybrids of this with other Vaccinium species adapted to southern U.S. climates are known as southern highbush blueberries Collectively. So-called "wild" (lowbush) blueberries, smaller than cultivated highbush ones, are prized for Their intense color.

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postheadericon Watermelon ( Citrullus lanatus )

Fruit Warehouse | Watermelon  ( Citrullus lanatus ) | Watermelon is thought to have originated in southern Africa, where it is found growing wild, Because It Reaches maximum genetic diversity there, resulting in sweet, bland and bitter forms. Alphonse de Candolle, in 1882, already Considered the evidence sufficient to PROVE That watermelon was indigenous to tropical Africa. By the 10th century AD, watermelons were being cultivated in China, the which is today the world's single largest watermelon producer.

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postheadericon Mango

Fruit Warehouse | Mango | The mango is now cultivated in most frost-free tropical and warmer subtropical climates; more than a third of the world's mangoes are cultivated in India alone, with China being the second. Many of the 1,000 + mango cultivars are easily cultivated using grafted saplings, ranging from the "turpentine mango" (named for its strong taste of turpentine) to the huevos de toro.

postheadericon Gragon Fruit ( Pitaya )

Fruit Warehouse  | Gragon Fruit ( Pitaya ) | If not otherwise Stated, this article's content refers specifically to the pitayas of Hylocereus species, or "dragon fruit". After thorough cleaning of the seeds from the pulp of the fruit, the seeds may be stored when dried. Ideally, the fruit must be unblemished and overripe. Seeds grow well in a compost or potting soil mix - even as a potted indoor plant. Pitaya cacti usually germinate Between 11 and 14 days after planting shallow.

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postheadericon Orange ( Citrus × sinensis )

Fruit Warehouse  |  Orange ( Citrus × sinensis ) In some South East Indo-European languages the orange was named after Portugal, the which was formerly the main source of imports of sweet In Italian the word portogallo to refer to the orange fruit is dialectal. It was from New Orleans Tha Oranges. Seeds were obtained and distributed in Florida about 1872 and many orange groves were established by grafting the sweet orange onto sour orange Rootstocks. Arizona received the orange tree with the founding of missions Between 1707 and 1710.  Orange juice is one of the commodities traded on the New York Board of Trade. Brazil is the largest producer of orange juice in the world, Followed by the USA. Frozen orange juice concentrate is made from freshly squeezed and filtered orange juice.

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postheadericon Apple ( Malus domestica )


Fruit Warehouse | Apple ( Malus domestica ) |  Apples were Brought to North America with colonists in the 17th century, and the first apple orchard on the North American continent was said to be near Boston in 1625. Improved transportation of fresh apples by train and road replaced the necessity for storage. Controlled atmosphere facilities use high humidity and low oxygen and carbon dioxide levels to maintain fruit Freshness.

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postheadericon Isabella (grape)

Fruit Warehouse | Isabella (grape)The deciduous vine is very easy to propagate. Divide and plant out. Isabella, although popularly classified as Vitis labrusca parentage of being, is almost Certainly a cross with an unknown Vitis vinifera, illustrated by the susceptibility to mildew and black rot. It is thought That it resulted from random pollination when the European Vitis vinifera grapes were Attempted to be established in America.

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Fruit Warehouse | Durian | In Southeastern Asia the durian has been cultivated for Centuries at the village level, probably since the late 18th century, and commercially since the mid-20th century. In 1949, the British botanist E. J. H. Corner published The Durian Theory, or the Origin of the Modern Tree. His theory was endozoochory That (the enticement of animals to transport seeds in their stomach) arose before any other method of seed dispersals, and that 'primitive Ancestors of Durio species were the earliest practitioners of that dispersals method, in particular the red durian (D . dulcis) exemplifying the primitive fruit of Flowering plants.In Southeastern Asia the durian has been cultivated for Centuries at the village level, probably since the late 18th century, and commercially since the mid-20th century. In 1949, the British botanist E. J. H. Corner published The Durian Theory, or the Origin of the Modern Tree. His theory was endozoochory That (the enticement of animals to transport seeds in their stomach) arose before any other method of seed dispersals, and that 'primitive Ancestors of Durio species were the earliest practitioners of that dispersals method, in particular the red durian (D . dulcis) exemplifying the primitive fruit of Flowering plants.

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