superior fruit

superior fruit

[sə‚pir·ē·ər ′früt]
(botany)
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This suggests that UAVs have significant potential to identify zones of superior fruit composition and potential wine quality.
Trees that produce superior fruit tend to be mature with good sun exposure on at least one side.
"We have surplussed the entire site and have a couple acres scattered, but we have a contract with the Wenatchee Superior Fruit Company for six acres.
"We are seeing a high demand for high-quality preserves with superior fruit quality and content," the spokesperson says, pointing also to interest in single-varietal preserves such as Willamette Raspberry and single-origin preserves such as Sevilla Orange.
In future, mango varieties with superior fruit traits must be used in breeding efforts to produce improved hybrids and new cultivars.
Reportedly, this patented Harvista technology is based on the active ingredient1-methylcyclopropene (1-MCP), which inhibits ethylene recognition in fruit, allowing for superior fruit quality and improved value from harvest to storage.
Examples of such traits include drought tolerance, disease resistance, higher yield potential, and superior fruit quality.
The calcium chloride treatments means revealed superior fruit weight (20.10 g), pulp weight (15.27 g) and pulp dry weight (13.93%) as compared to 19.87 g, 14.88 g and 13.76%, respectively in control fruits (Table 3).
SJVC's superior fruit and vegetable quality enables production of the most stable anthocyanin colors available in the market.
The "0900 Ziraat" utilized in this study is a standard Turkish cultivar widely grown in our country and has superior fruit quality.

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