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Information on the cultivation of this crop.
Sites concerned with the science of growing apple fruits (edible species of Malus).
Bananas are a tropical herbaceous plant grown for the fruit - Musa x paradisiaca.
This group of cultivated fruiting plants include those that do not produce permanently woody stems, and usually need to be trained to canes or wires. They include the brambles; blackberries and related fruits, and also gooseberries.
Citrus trees not only provide nutrition, they have added value when used in landscape design. These trees have a wide variety of colors, textures, sizes and fruit. This category has links to help anyone find out more about citrus trees, from professional growers to homeowners looking for an ornamental specimen.
The cultivation of Theobroma cacao and the production of cocoa and chocolate.
Sites dealing with the cultivation of black, red and white currants and gooseberries.
Websites on the cultivation of the common fig, Ficus carica.
Nuts are fruits consisting of a hard or tough shell around an edible kernel. This category is for websites pertaining to the cultivation of nut crops, such as hazelnuts, pecans, Brazil nuts, chestnuts, cashew nuts and walnuts. Almonds are listed elsewhere.
Websites concerned with the growing of this small tree, Olea europea, of the Mediterranean region, which is grown for its fruit and seed.
Websites concerned with the cultivation and production of pears (Malus species).
Websites concerned with the practice and techniques of growing fruits of the genus Prunus. Includes cherries, peaches, apricots, nectarines, plums, sloes, damsons.
Sites involving the cultivation or other scientific aspects of growing this crop.
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