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2020-8-19Fruit: The drupaceous fruit are spherical to ovoid to 1 7/16 inches (22–36 mm) in diameter and 0 21 to 0 67 oz (6–19 g) in weight (Figure 4) The peel is tan or light brown thin leathery and smoother than that of the lychee The pulp is whitish and translucent thin in large seeded fruits and medium thick to thick in others 2019-5-30Fruit retention - Minimal windfalls Minimise food safety risk facilitate shake and catch 6 6 Fruit retention - Minimal mummies No stick tights 3 3 High yielding 2 5 - 3 0 Tonnes / Hectare yield to canopy volume ratio 7 9 Regular production No alternate bearing 7 NA PEST DISEASE RESISTANCE Rust 6 6 Hull rot 0 10 Bacterial spot 8 8 Anthracnose 6

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2019-5-30Fruit retention - Minimal windfalls Minimise food safety risk facilitate shake and catch 6 6 Fruit retention - Minimal mummies No stick tights 3 3 High yielding 2 5 - 3 0 Tonnes / Hectare yield to canopy volume ratio 7 9 Regular production No alternate bearing 7 NA PEST DISEASE RESISTANCE Rust 6 6 Hull rot 0 10 Bacterial spot 8 8 Anthracnose 6

Fruit Nut Research Information Center Home Bearing Habit Alternate Bearing Content Reviewers Credits An understanding of the mechanisms responsible for alternate bearing in fruit and nut tree crops is important when critically evaluating the range of pruning and training strategies commonly used by growers to minimize alternate

2009-11-5NUT CHESTNUT Castanea sativa C crenata C x sativa Chestnuts fruit in early-mid autumn and are usually regarded as too large for the small garden Grafted trees start to bear nuts when less than head high so it may be possible to keep them small with severe pruning

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Fruit bearing commences at 10 to 12 years and full productivity is attained by 12 to 20 years Although some trees reach an age of 100 and more years productivity declines after age 65 Productivity of individual trees depends upon slope elevation light soil climate and forest stand density and is extremely variable in a survey of 130 representative trees yields ranged from 1 to 850 kg

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2020-5-6Apple maturity is judged by fruit color firmness and soluble solid content For local sales many growers keep the fruit on the trees until they intend to place it in their stands This practice allows them to select the ripest fruit on an ongoing basis affording buyers the highest quality fruit

Varieties/Hybrids released during 2017 1 BPP-10 High yielding cluster bearing bold nut type (Nut Weight 8 1 gram) with highest shelling percentage (29 3%) Kernels show the export grade of W 210 Average nut yield per tree is 20 89 kg This variety shows the medium in pest incidence and also less susceptible to foliage flower and nut feeding pests

1997-4-9The trait of multiple-nut clusters commonly 8 to 12 nuts on spikes as compared to domestic cultivars with 2 to 3 per cluster offers the potential for greatly increased yields Among these clones bearing several flowers on spikes some spikes bear only pistillate flowers some only staminate flowers and some bear both

Origin 'Maraş 12' was selected among a diverse range of genotypes in the Kahramanmaraş province of Turkey in 1994 (Sutyemez 1998 2016 Styemez et al 2018) To compare the performance of 'Maraş 12' with 'Chandler' 10 replicates (i e scions) of both cultivars were grafted onto walnut rootstocks of the same age in 2001

The general objectives of walnut breeding programs in many countries are to provide late-leafing cultivars with a high yield and a resistance to biotic and abiotic stresses However there has been a limited number of studies on the cluster-bearing habit in walnuts (Germain et al 1997 Rezaee et al 2006 Sutyemez 1998 Vahdati et al 2014

2016-1-7Native fruit and nut trees can be grown to produce food for people and/or wildlife while protecting soil water and air quality Because they are multifunctional native fruit and nut trees and shrubs are prime candidates for agroforestry plantings and

2018-5-7Current research thrusts are focusing on the sustainability and food security issues our Islands face everyday About 85% or more of our food is imported in Hawaii Major economic tropical fruit and nut crops grown here include: avocado rambutan lychee longan banana papaya mango and macadamia valued at approximately $57 million for the State in 2009

2020-6-7Trees begin to yield fruit in 5-6 years on good soils more likely 7-9 years and reach full bearing in 12-13 years Fruit set to maturity is 8-10 months 12 months from setting of flowers 10 Harvesting of coconuts occurs throughout the year The fruit should be harvested fully ripe for copra and dehydrated coconut

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2019-5-30Fruit retention - Minimal windfalls Minimise food safety risk facilitate shake and catch 6 6 Fruit retention - Minimal mummies No stick tights 3 3 High yielding 2 5 - 3 0 Tonnes / Hectare yield to canopy volume ratio 7 9 Regular production No alternate bearing 7 NA PEST DISEASE RESISTANCE Rust 6 6 Hull rot 0 10 Bacterial spot 8 8 Anthracnose 6

2020-8-21A cross between Youngberry and Loganberry classified as a blackberry Large elongated fruit with unique sweet-tart flavor: a long-time California fruit stand favorite for fresh-eating pies and jams Vine-like (trailing) structure requires support Lower chilling requirement than Boysen Takes up to two years to bear Zones 7-9 possibly 6-10

2006-5-15Growth Habit Several black walnut cultivars exhibit a branching habit that can be most accurately described as spur-type growth Previous work has described this growth pattern as lateral bearing (Reid 1997) Table 1 —Leafing date flowering type and fruit ripening season for black walnut growing at New Franklin MO 2001-2003 Cultivar

2020-6-8Nightingale persimmon pictured and Hachiya persimmon both have stunning autumn foliage making them excellent fruiting and ornamental trees There tends to be some confusion about Nightingale and Hachiya persimmons Despite what some claim they are not the same thing they're two different varieties of Oriental persimmon Diospyrus kaki which look fairly similar in appearance

The Greek historian Theophrastus writing in about 350 BC recorded that Alexander the great sent home to Greece from Asia minor plant material of the 'Spring apple' a dwarf self rooting form of malus This message from almost 2500 years ago is the first reference to what became known as the paradise apple From the many subsequent

2020-8-21"Nuisance fruit" is a concern for many people including homeowners landscapers and park and city officials The fruits and seeds of some trees and shrubs such as buckthorn mulberry persimmon and () ginkgo are unsightly smelly and have the potential to be a hazard when they fall on sidewalks driveways and other areas in a landscape

2020-8-20This late midseason June-bearing variety has fruit that's easy to pick with a low-growing prostrate habit a max height of 12 inches and a spread of 24-36 inches Developed at Cornell/NYSAES and released in 1985 'Jewel' is a cross of 'Senga Sengana' and 'NYE58' with 'Holiday '

1997-4-9The trait of multiple-nut clusters commonly 8 to 12 nuts on spikes as compared to domestic cultivars with 2 to 3 per cluster offers the potential for greatly increased yields Among these clones bearing several flowers on spikes some spikes bear only pistillate flowers some only staminate flowers and some bear both

2015-6-8The information is not current and the accuracy of the information cannot be guaranteed by the State of Queensland This information has been made available to assist users to identify issues involved in the production of avocadoes This information is not to be used or relied upon by users for any purpose which may expose the user or any other

Trees are upright in growth habit and producer of exceptionally large nuts Early bearing and outstanding trait of this variety Their consistent yearly crop of large sweet nuts provides high quality food not only for human consumption but also favoured for deer turkey bear and many other game and non-game species 8 - 12 $24 00 ea

2011-8-11MANGO Mangifera indica L Anacardiaceae Common Names: Mango Mangot Manga Mangou Related species: Bindjai (Mangifera caesia) Horse Mango (M foetida) Kuweni mango (M odorata) Distant affinity: Cashew (Anacardium occidentale) Gandaria (Bouea gandaria) Pistachio (Pistacia vera) Marula (Sclerocarya birrea) Ambarella (Spondias cytherea) Yellow Mombin

2020-6-4Regular and heavy cluster bearing habit Late bearing with harvesting season being June to August Good keeping quality Fibreless fruits are sweet to taste Average fruit weight is 150 g Pulp percentage is 59 Jahangir Fibreless fruit can be eaten in unripe form while still green as they lack acidity Big in size the fruit weighs about 600 g