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AVOCADO Fruit Facts
... from high winds which may break the branches. There are dwarf forms of avocados suitable for growing in containers. Avocados have been grown in California (Santa Barbara) since 1871. DESCRIPTION Growth Habit ... blackish-green when ripe. The fruit of Mexican varieties are small (6 - 10 ounces) with paper-thin skins that turn glossy green or black when ripe. The flesh of avocados is deep green ...
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LYCHEE Fruit Facts
... , but seldom used. When planting a Lychee, hole preparation is the same as for planting avocados. If planting marcots directly, most leaves should be removed. A round of hog wire covered ... occasionally infest lychees. Birds are often attracted to lychees, eating both the immature and the ripe fruit. It may be necessary to cover the plants with a protective netting. Harvest: The ...
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CRFG Fruit List
... and quite good to eat, with best flavor when picked dead ripe from the tree. ARTOCARPUS INTEGRIFOLIA - Jackfruit, Jakfruit A large interesting relative ... Frankel. 1970 #4, p 6 Avocados for Cold Climates. By Robert W. Fitzpatrick. 1988 #4, pp 42-43 Avocados Growing in San Jose. By J ... Avocado. By Donald W. Mitchell. 1979 #2, pp 15-16 Growing Avocados in a Desert Climate. By N.C. Moerland. 1980 #3, pp ...
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CRFG Fruit List
... with a yellow corolla. The fruits are round and dark blue when ripe with 1 or 2 large seeds with a subacid pulp used for ... By Dwayne Klotz. 1984 #4, pp 11-14 GROWING, DESERT AREAS Growing Avocados in a Desert Climate. By N.C. Moerland. 1980 #3, pp 9 ... CALIF CRFG Visits a Member. 1985 #2, pp 14-17 GROWING, NORTHERN CALIFORNIA Avocados Growing in San Jose; Guacamole Recipe. By J. W. Stephenson. 1984 #3, ...
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