FRUITS

 

  

The orange pulp surrounding the seeds is eaten The yellowish-brown, spiny fruits are around 100mm in diameter with many seeds Tree up to 35 m tall, 90 cm diameter, occasionally with low buttresses Bark dark grey, smooth to scaly; inner bark yellowish white

  

Artocarpus sarawakensis is an evergreen tree growing up to 25 metres tall The tree is harvested from the wild for its edible fruit, which is eaten locallyAn excellent flavour, the flesh is sweet, juicy, free of fibre and melts in the mouth

  

A wild and very rare Artocarpus bearing slender fruits (up to a few inches long) with a sweet flavor The fruits are collected wild and eaten locally The tree is little known outside of its native area

  

Artocarpus nitidus is an evergreen tree growing up to 41 metres tall The straight, cylindrical bole can be up to 70cm in diameter, The tree is harvested from the wild as a local source of food Artocarpus nitidus is an evergreen tree growing up to 41 metres tall The straight, cylindrical bole can be up to 70cm in diameter, sometimes with buttresses up to 100cm high

  

The Artocarpus is thought to be the wild ancestor of the Artocarpus, to which it is very closely related and sometimes considered conspecific The nutritious seeds, which contain 13–19% protein and are high in potassium and phosphorus, are relatively low in fat compared with other nuts like almonds and macadamia nuts The tree is probably indigenous to Papua New Guinea, Indonesia, and the Philippines

  

Marang fruit is an evergreen tree with spreading branches, 25–30 m (80–100 ft) tall Leaves alternate, with rough, sandpapery surface, 20–45 cm (8–18 in) long by 15–30 cm (6–12 in) wide Monoecious flowers produce male and female spikes

  

a nangkadak tree is highly productive, with 30-50 fruits produced each harvest season Nangkadak trees take 15 years to bear fruits

  

Cempedak Friut plants Commonly known as cempedak is a species of tree in the familyMoraceae, and in the same genus as Breadfruitm and JackfruitUnripe cempedak tastes starchy and bitter, and is not consumed raw

  

Cempedak berkemungkinan besar berasal dari negera-negera di Asia Tenggara Ia didapati hidup dengan baik di Malaysia, Thailand dan Singapura Chempedak tree can grown until 20 to 25 meters height

  

Velvet tamarind comes under the Leguminosae family which is tall, growing under tropical climatic conditions and also bears fruits The fruits are similar to the grapes and are consumable containing hard shells which must not be consumed Since the fruit contains tamarind flavor it has its English name as tamarind

  

Star Apple scientifically known as Chrysophyllum cainito is a tropical evergreen tree of the family Sapotaceae It is native to the Greater Antilles in the Caribbean It has spread to the lowlands of Central America and is now grown throughout the tropics, including Southeast Asia

  

Texas persimmons are slow-growing, multi-trunked trees with a semi-evergreen habit Their light grey bark is smooth and sloughs off in large flakes as the tree ages When the tree has received moisture at the right times during the year, the black-colored ripe persimmons can be as large as golf balls though they are more commonly the size of large marbles

  

World's most divisive fruit? Durian That big, hulking thorny beast, with an aroma so strong it'll knock your grandma to her feet it's the Kanye West of fruits: you either hate it, or you love it

  

Musang King is like black-market gold It's the most sought after, desired and expensive of all the durian varieties, selling for more than twice the price of average durian Durian Musang King or Mao Shan Wang (?????) is currently in high demand because of its special fragrance and bitter sweet taste which makes all the durian lovers crazy about it

  

Mon Thong is the most important and famous durian variety of Thailand It means "golden pillow" in Thai It produces large,oval-cylindrical fruits tapering at the stylar end

  

D99, is a very unique durian with a very thorny green skin D99, D100 and KK 11 are early season clones while D53 and D114 represent late season group D24 and D2 are medium season varieties

  

Originally from Penang, Red Prawn (D175) is the most expensive durian variety we know of, even beating out the mighty Musang King We didn’t expect to find it in the Philippines, but there it was, comically listed as “Red Frown” and selling for an unprecedented $136 per kilo

  

Musang King is like black-market gold It's the most sought after, desired and expensive of all the durian varieties, selling for more than twice the price of average durian

  

The Siddu Jackfruit is red coloured flakes of this varieties have a very high nutrient Estimated yield 1098 Kg per tree; Bulb characters: Fruit consumption suit very much four member in family and each fruits contains (25-30 bulbs) Flakes colour- Coppery Red and quality (sweet and Firm), significantly proved better as compared to the Yellow and white colour flaked one Weight of per flakes (24

  

Kuini fruit is from the same species as the mango, but exudes a harmless sap having a strong resinous smell This sap is poisonous, however, if the unripened fruits are eaten Save Share1 Only fruits that are fully ripe should be eaten

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