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Tomatillos | Information | Article

Tomatillo botanical information Tomatillo (P. philadelphica) grow up to 15 to 60 cm and have few hairs on the stem. Leaves have acute and irregularly separated dents on the side. They are typically about one meter in height, and can either be compact and upright or prostrate with a wider, less dense canopy. Leaves are typically serrated and can either be smooth or pubescent. Tomatillo is also often classified as P. ixocarpa BROT. However, P. philadelphica is the most important…

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An article about watermelons covering botanical information history cultivation growing production nutrition facts health benefits

Botanical information about watermelon Watermelon (Citrullus lanatus) is a scrambling and trailing vine in the flowering plant family Cucurbitaceae. Watermelon is grown in tropical and subtropical areas worldwide for its large edible fruit, also known as a watermelon, which is a special kind of berry with a hard rind and no internal division, botanically called a pepo. The sweet, juicy flesh is usually deep red to pink, with many black seeds, although seedless varieties have been cultivated. The fruit can…

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A closer look at Concord Grapes. The history, cultivation, growing, production, nutrition facts, health benefits, uses and applications.

What we know about Concord grapes Concord grapes are a cultivar derived from the grape species Vitis labrusca (also called fox grape) that are used as table grapes, wine grapes and juice grapes. They are often used to make grape jelly, grape juice, grape pies, grape-flavored soft drinks, and candy. The grape is sometimes used to make wine, particularly kosher wine. Traditionally, most commercially produced Concord grape wines have been finished sweet, but dry versions are possible if adequate fruit…

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Peaches – History, cultivation, production, nutrition facts, health benefits, uses and applications

Botanical information about peaches Peach, Prunus persica grows up to 23 ft tall and wide. However, when pruned properly, trees are usually 10–13 ft tall and wide. The leaves are lanceolate, 2.8–6.3 in long, 0.79–1.18 in broad, pinnately veined. The peac fruit has yellow or whitish flesh, a delicate aroma, and a skin that is either velvety (peaches) or smooth (nectarines) in different cultivars. The flesh is very delicate and easily bruised in some cultivars, but is fairly firm in…

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Cranberry health benefits nutrition facts cultivation harvest article

Botanical information about cranberries The North American cranberry, Vaccinium macrocarpon Aiton, is a member of the family Ericaceae that is composed of about 1350 species including Scotch Heather (Calluna vulgaris), Rhododendrons (Rhododendron spp.) and Blueberries (Vaccinium augustifolium, V. corymbosum). Cranberries are a low-growing, vining, woody perennial plant with small, alternate, ovate leaves. The plant produces stolons (runners or horizontal stems) up to 6 feet (2 m) long. Short vertical branches, or uprights, 2 to 8 inches (5 to 20 cm)…

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