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... palm with the outer green skin (exocarp) removed. The fruits resemble miniature coconuts, particularly the fibrous husk (mesocarp) in inner woody endocarp with three germination pores. The meaty seed tissue (endosperm) even ...
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Drift Seeds and Drift Fruits
... white "meat" (endosperm) is enclosed within a hard, bony layer (endocarp) surrounded by a thick fibrous husk. Other drift seeds have thick woody seed coats and internal air cavities which produce their ... for monkey face, supposedly because of the eye pattern on the endocarp and the brown, fibrous hair (husk). Coconuts were later introduced into the Americas by these early traders. The center of ...
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Coconut Palm, Cocos nucifera
... fibrous husk intact Get a 3-gallon pot. Use high quality nursery soil mixed with 40% coarse sand. Add drainage rocks to the bottom of the pot Lay your coconut husk ... you'll rot them out Your coconut will first split its husk at the bottom and send down some roots. It may ... several months before your coconut also splits the top of the husk pushing up its first fronds. In other words, your coconut will ...
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VT Forestry I.D. Cards - boxelder
... at right angles; deciduous twigs are two-ranked, resembling pinnately compound leaves. Bark:Reddish brown, fibrous and stringy, develops an irregular fluted pattern, exfoliates in strips, rope-like in appearance. Form ... Fruit:Nuts are irregularly triangular, shiny brown and edible, found in pairs within a woody husk covered with spines, 1 inch long, maturing in the fall. Twig:Slender, zigzag, light ...
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VT Forestry I.D. Cards - tree-of-Heaven
... long, partially dehiscent from the middle to the sharp-pointed tip; husk is thin and 4-winged above the middle, often dusty-yellow ... to 2 1/2 inches across, with a thick, green indehiscent husk. The husk contains an irregularly furrowed, hard nut that contains sweet, oily ... beneath the leaf scar. Bark:Gray or light brown, thick and fibrous, heavily ridged and furrowed, resembles a woven rope. Form:A ...
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GOOSEBERRY Fruit Facts
... soils are less suitable for gooseberries because they dry out too fast. Irrigation: With their fibrous, shallow roots gooseberries are ideal for drip system. Keep the plants watered all season, since ... detected in California. Its small green worms will hollow out the berries, leaving an empty husk. Ribes species are host for White Pine blister rust, which causes few problems for gooseberry ...
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MANGO Fruit Facts
... a mango is peachlike and juicy, with more or less numerous fibers radiating from the husk of the single large kidney-shaped seed. Fibers are more pronounced in fruits grown with ... , slow growing. Fruit small (6-10 oz.), flat oblong, obliquely almost two-nosed, orange, rather fibrous, juicy, sweet. Late. For containers, greenhouse. Keitt Origin Homestead, 1945. Probably seedling of Mulgoba. Fruit ...
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Annual Manual: Annual Glossary, an extract from Discovering Annuals, by Graham Rice
... protecting a flower bud; each segment is known as a sepal. Coir Fibrous material derived from the outer husk of the coconut; used as an environmentally friendly replacement for peat in potting ...
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ECSONG: A Nut Growers' Manual - Species
... one and a half inches) in diameter, smooth, with a thin husk. The husk is not "dirty" like walnut and can be peeled off by ... will usually occur the next year. The seedling root system is fibrous so the tree transplants easily. The planting hole should be as ... , mulch and protect from rodents. A taproot is produced followed by a fibrous root system. One year seedlings may be planted out. Direct seeding ...
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Juglans cinerea L
... taproot is much less pronounced than on black walnut. In general, butternut seedlings have more fibrous root systems than black walnut. Vegetative Propagation- Stumps of young butternut trees and saplings are ... as well. Some insects commonly found on butternut include wood borers, defoliators, nut weevils, lacebugs, husk flies, and bark beetles. The most serious insect pest at this time is the ...
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