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Synonyms for guava

small tropical shrubby tree bearing small yellowish fruit

small tropical American shrubby tree

tropical fruit having yellow skin and pink pulp

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Hyderabad (Telangana), Dec 27 ( ANI ): Markets in Hyderabad are witnessing more demand and sale of hybrid guavas, pushing aside the local breed.
The guavas tend to appear fresher with a juicy texture and fewer seeds than the local ones, which have more seeds and stay juicy for a short duration.
cattleianum fruits occurred between October and February, and the March pruning was right after this harvest, what might have influenced the pruning response for most of the evaluated genotypes, both for guavas and cattley guava.
After citrus and mango guava is the third major fruit of Pakistan with respect to its production.
Optimisation of osmotic dehydration process of guavas by response surface methodology and desirability function.
Keywords: Guava, Psidium guajava, propagation, rooting, softwood cuttings, IBA and NAA
The relationship with Ocean Spray worked well, because visitors would come and experience guavas, then when they went back home, they'd see the juices and pick it up," says Katayama.
There are loquats in May, apricots in June, apples in August, and pineapple guavas in September, plus the avocado, figs and lemon trees.
Apples, pears, and bananas may look lowly next to guavas.
Juice from freshly picked guavas adds a light, clean taste to fruit beverages and carbonated drinks.
Naturally high in pectin, guavas also make good jelly.
London, Oct 13 (ANI): A new study led by an Indian origin researcher has found that guavas are the "ultimate superfood" with the highest concentration of antioxidants that protect against cell damage which ages skin and can cause cancer.
Our findings corroborate previous studies that show this species was also the most frequently recovered from systematic collections of guavas during the period of one to five years (SOUZA-FILHO et al.
The most famous variety of guavas in Allahabad is Surkha, which has deep pink flesh and is high in demand these days.
Famous as the mango belt of the country, this region of Uttar Pradesh, is witnessing a sea change as more and more mango cultivators have switched over to growing guavas because the production of mango has not been good since last three years.