Invasive Species Compendium

Detailed coverage of invasive species threatening livelihoods and the environment worldwide

Abstract

Fruits of warm climates.

Abstract

The botany, origin, distribution, varieties, climatic conditions, soil conditions, propagation methods, cultural practices, post-harvest techniques and utilization aspects op < > 130 fruit crops and related (wild) species are discussed. Species discussed include: akee, avocado, bael fruit, banana, breadfruit, bilimbi (Averrhoa bilimbi), carambola, carob, cherimoya, chinese gooseberry, citrus, date palm, durian, feijoa, fig, granadilla, guava, jackfruit, jujube, kumquat, litchi, loquat, mamey apple, mango, mangosteen, papaya, passion fruit, peach (var. Red Ceylon), peach palm, persimmon, phalsa, pineapple, pomegranate, rambutan, sapodilla, sapote, soursop, sweetsop, atemoya (Annona squamosa x A. cherimolia), custard apple (Annona reticulata), ilama (Annona diversifolia), soncoya (Annona purpurea), wild custard apple (Annona chrysophylla syn. Annona senegalensis), biriba (Rollinia mucosa), Amazon tree-grape (Pourouma cecropiaefolia), ceriman (Monstera deliciosa), Mysore blackberry (Rubus niveus), sansapote (Licania platypus), and Surinam cherrry (Eugenia uniflora). KEYWORDS: TROPAG | Citrus | Annona | Artocarpus | Spondias | Pouteria | Syzygium | Fruit and Nut Crops | fruit crops | crop cultivation and maintenance | crop potential | cultural practices | varieties | wild species | fruit trees | tropical fruits | Tropical Regions.