inferior fruit

inferior fruit

[in‚fir·ē·ər ′früt]
(botany)
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If left in place, they will produce inferior fruit.
It has been a repositioning of the fruit from an inferior fruit to one that is accepted in [a] five-star ambience", Joseph said.
Unfortunately these trials were not fruitful despite few successful established palms which produced inferior fruit quality as compared to those in Al-Madina.
In the book John traces his sales and marketing prowess back to the age of eight when he successfully sold some freshly picked blackberries to a local greengrocer, having noticed inferior fruit on sale the previous day.
Over the recent years I've noticed that we in Wales, possibly in England too, are seeing inferior fruit and vegetables in some shops.
I never had Julio Gallo (president of the company and in charge of production) question me except to take away inferior fruit that I was going to pass as good quality.
Sulfur dioxide bleaches out rot, hiding inferior fruits and vegetables.
History: The finest fruits would arrive individually wrapped in paper, inferior fruits were packed in barrels of salt water.
The same outcome can be achieved passively by allowing ovaries to begin maturation under competition for resources, with the least competitive and presumably inferior fruits aborting from want of nutrients (Bookman 1983).

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