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stone fruit

[′stōn ‚früt]
(botany)
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While the Washington stone fruit season only lasts a few short weeks, consumers can enjoy the taste and health benefits year round through canning and preserving.
Although the GPS-controlled spot treatments generated lower net returns than some of the strip treatments, the spot treatments provided greater returns than the strip treatment with 1,3-D alone, which has been an almond and stone fruit industry standard.
Stone fruits remain highly seasonal, with the strongest sales occurring during the warmer months of June, July, August and September.
If you''re going to prune stone fruit trees, do it lightly between April and June, when they start making strong growth, as the bleeding sap prevents the organism responsible for the disease invading.
Keep wall-trained fruit, especially stone fruit, well-watered during fruit set and fruit development.
Winemark does a nice Sicilian Inycon Fiano which shows stone fruit and herbs for pounds 5.
The three programs chosen by the magazine were Stemilt's 2006 Washington Stone Fruit Program, its Sesame Street Apple of the Month Club, and a Nature Conservancy Program Stemilt conducted on behalf of large, natural-foods retailer.
This blend of Semillon and Chardonnay grapes creates a wine style which is full of citrus stone fruit flavours with a well-balanced finish.
THE EUROPEAN Food Safety Agency (EFSA) is to investigate human health risks caused by the contaminant ethyl carbamate in all alcoholic drinks, focusing particularly on its presence in stone fruit brandies.
Tebuconazole is a broad-spectrum fungicide that controls multiple diseases in grapes, peanuts and stone fruit, and has section 18 uses in cereals.
This year, PDA and USDA surveyors will sample all of the stone fruit trees in 13 townships currently under the Plum Pox quarantine.
After tasting one of the Brooklyn Brewery's twelve styles, it is clear that beer brings much more 'to the table than one might think; flavors range from smoke to citrus to berry to stone fruit to roasted grains to coffee and chocolate.