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Synonyms for loquat

evergreen tree of warm regions having fuzzy yellow olive-sized fruit with a large free stone

yellow olive-sized semitropical fruit with a large free stone and relatively little flesh

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Beinan Township has the largest area of loquat farms in Taitung County, and this year the crop gives an abundant yield with the fruit being big, fragrant and sweet, according to the report.
Bennett loves all loquats for their large, glossy, dark green leaves: "They feel almost prehistoric.
This peak occurred in mid-Jul and coincided with the beginning of the harvest of orange and the ripening of loquat, a known host of fruit flies (Garcia & Norrbom 2011; Nunes et al.
Teresa writes: "My friend's mother, who lives in West Yorkshire, has a loquat tree which never flowered.
Minor fruit crops have great medical values, which are required to be introduced in the Value addition in minor fruits (like ber, phalsa, papaya, jamun, guava, fig, pomegranate, mulberry, pear, cherry, avocado, loquat, litchi, olive, strawberry etc.
A survey was conducted in 2009 to determine the compositoin and abundance of spider species in citrus, persimmon, carob, avocado, almond, loquat, fig, and pomegranate plants in the eastern Mediterranean region of Turkey.
The fruits whose output has declined include mango, banana, pomegranate, guava, date, apricot, peach, pear, plum, loquat, chiku, coconut, cherry, papaya, persimmon, melons and watermelons.
Loquat (Eriobotrya japonica) is a flowering plant belonging to the Rosaceae family and widely cultivated for its succulent fruit.
And sometimes what I think of as a mango tree is actually a loquat.
He bought fruit trees like apple, apricot, peach, loquat, persimmon, pear, walnut and plum plants.
16] that the reduction in chilling injury by methyl jasmonate (MeJA) may be due to enhanced antioxidant enzyme activity in Loquat fruits stored at 1[degrees]C.
The name Askadinya is a play on words; Askadinya, the loquat fruit, and azka dinya, the tastiest life.
Loquat (Eriobotrya japonica) is an Asian fruit that is native to Japan and cultivated in various other tropical and subtropical countries (FEMENIA et al.