pineapple plant

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a tropical American plant bearing a large fleshy edible fruit with a terminal tuft of stiff leaves

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The pineapple plant is very sensitive to soil water saturation, which affects its growth and production.
Initially, the caterpillars were observed feeding on the floral remains of the pineapple plant (see Figure 1C and D), causing holes in the fruit (see Figure 1E) and reaching their pulp (see Figure 1F).
Bromelain is an extract obtained from the pineapple plant and is used as a traditional folk remedy for several ailments.
PALF are obtained from the leaves of pineapple plant Ananas Comosus, which is a perennial herbaceous plant, widely cultivated in tropical regions of Asia, Central and South America (Asim et al., 2015).
A pineapple plant has many leaves (68-82) arranged in the form of a dense compact rosette.
Some of the ingredients to play around with include dark-leaved dahlias with flame-coloured flowers, eucomis (the pineapple plant) and Ricinus communis 'Impala', a very dark-leaved version of the castor-oil plant.
Possibility also exists that the pineapple plant itself may be affected so that attractants are not produced as proposed by Di-Sanzo (1973).
Another favourite is Argyrocytisus battandieri Yellow Tail - its incredible scent has earned it the name pineapple plant. It's a medium-sized treatments washing-up liquid works brilliantly give your garden furniture clean-up.
Each pineapple plant produces three pineapples, two good and a bad, farmers simply joke that they send the bad and keep the good, of course it is merely an insider's joke.
3 IT can take up to two years for a pineapple plant to produce its first fruit.
"I think my Pink Pineapple Plant image captures the essence of Coral Gables," says Brooks.
The pineapple plant, Eucomis bicolor, was this year's summer bulb of the year in a Netherlands Flower Bulb Information Centre event.
The pineapple plant, eucomis bicolor, with striking tufts of colour, sitting above a rosette of wide, fleshy leaves, blooms in July and August.
* Derived from the pineapple plant, the protein-digesting enzyme bromelain demonstrates powerful effects in alleviating pain, swelling, and inflammation.