25 Fruit Facts

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  1. In Kerala in South India, coconut flowers must be present during a marriage ceremony
  2. research shows that eating apples may reduce the risk of many kinds of cancer
  3. Most of the vitamin C in pears is found in the skin of the fruit
  4. Apple seeds are mildly poisonous, but not enough to be dangerous to humans
  5. Japanese plums actually originated in China
  6. The bigger the “navel” in a navel orange, the sweeter it will be
  7. oranges are technically a hesperidium, a kind of berry
  8. the prickly pear is actually a type of cactus and considered a noxious weed in Australia
  9. pear trees are able to withstand temperatures as low as -48 degrees Celsius
  10.  watermelons are 92% water
  11. Apples have almost 5 times the antioxidant capacity of bananas
  12. there are more than 20 billion coconuts harvested each year
  13. the purple fruited species of passion fruit self-fertilizes
  14. the average strawberry has around 200 seeds
  15. oranges are the most commonly grown tree fruit in the world
  16. mangoes can be ripened quickly by placing them in a paper bag with a ripe banana
  17. plums are grown on every continent on earth (except Antarctica)
  18. if you plant a single orange seed, you will probably get more than one plants
  19. two thirds of the fiber in apples is found in the skin
  20. bananas can help fight depression, as they increase levels of serotonin
  21. the science of apple growing is called pomology
  22. it takes the energy from 50 leaves to produce one apple
  23.  lemon and salt can be used to treat rust spots, and to clean copper pots
  24. lemons contain more sugar than strawberries
  25. tomatoes, peas, and string beans are technically fruits

About Irene Rifdah

Saya adalah seorang manusia biasa yang menjalankan kehidupan normal biasa dan saat ini sedang mengenyam pendidikan di SMAN 3 Malang. Terima kasih telah mengunjungi blog sederhana ini. Semoga bermanfaat.

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