Palmer - Fruit

Fruit

  • Palmer (mango), commercial mango variety originating in south Florida.

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Panama Disease - Resources
... "The World's Most Humble Fruit." Preface ... Banana the Fate of the Fruit That Changed the World ... Musapedia page on Fusarium wilt Can This Fruit be Saved? (discusses the disease threat to banana crops) ...
Sclerocarya Birrea - Popular Culture
... beverage (maroela mampoer) made from the fruit is referenced in the stories of the South African writer Herman Charles Bosman ... The marula fruit is also eaten by various animals in Southern Africa ... warthogs and monkeys becoming intoxicated from eating fermented marula fruit ...
Jamaican Fruit Bat - Behavior and Life History
... When in their roosts, the Jamaican fruit bat has a reproductive system known as "resource defensive polygyny" ... Jamaican fruit bats are most active at midnight, following that, activity begins to die down ... When captured, a Jamaican fruit bat will warn conspecifics with a distress call made of a long series of pulses typically lasting 15 kHz ...
Fruit - Storage
... as a plant hormone causes ripening of many types of fruit ... Maintaining most fruits in an efficient cold chain is optimal for post harvest storage, with the aim of extending and ensuring shelf life ... All fruits benefit from proper post harvest care ...
Rumtopf
... A mixture of various kinds of fruit, high-strength rum and sugar is filled into a large stoneware pot (the eponymous rum pot) and matured for several months ... the pot is set up in a cool and dark place in spring, and different kinds of ripe fruit are added to it over the months as they come in season ... The fruit are thereby preserved to be eaten in winter, when the Rumtopf is matured ...

Famous quotes containing the word fruit:

    They remember, they remember
    they will not swerve they have known bliss,
    the fruit that satisfies they have come back.
    Hilda Doolittle (1886–1961)

    At first,
    our bodies were as one.
    Then
    you were unloving,
    but I still played the wretched favorite.
    Now
    you’re the master
    and we’re the wife.
    What’s next?
    This is the fruit I reap
    from my diamond-hard life.
    Amaru (c. seventh century A.D.)

    ‘Tis no sin love’s fruit to steal;
    But the sweet theft to reveal,
    To be taken, to be seen,
    These have crimes accounted been.
    Ben Jonson (1572–1637)