Fruit growing

Growing strawberries

Growing strawberries

Strawberries are a favorite fruit among people. Both adults and children love them, mostly for their sweet taste, juiciness and attractive appearance. There are different uses for strawberries - they...

Growing dates

Growing dates

Growing a date takes as long as the average life expectancy of a person. The file is adorned with a tall tree and its leaves look like fern leaves. The tree reaches a height of 25 meters. The fruits...

Growing khaki

Growing khaki

Kaki originates from China and Japan, and is also called the Japanese apple, golden or eastern apple. The Latin name Diospyros kaki, is a fruity species and is adorned with a beautiful deciduous tree...

Peanut farming

Peanut farming

Peanut is one of the favorite nuts in the world. In fact he is not a nut but belongs to the legume family, just like peas, beans, lentils and the like. However, because of its resemblance to walnuts,...

Kiwi cultivation

Kiwi cultivation

Kiwi is a fruit that is considered somewhat exotic, even though it has been grown and eaten in our region for centuries. Originally from China, where it has been grown for over 2000 years, it has...

Breeding mulberry

Breeding mulberry

The mulberry or mulberry is a deciduous woody plant belonging to the family of mulberry (Moraceae), and comes from western Asia. The mulberry is most often associated with silk production because the...

Chestnut cultivation

Chestnut cultivation

Tame chestnut, also known as chestnut, or, in everyday speech, just chestnut, is a tree that produces large fruits that can be consumed. Baked chestnuts are many reminiscent of the cold winters and...

Pear cultivation

Pear cultivation

The cultivation of pears is common in our areas, and in terms of color, taste, size and length of storage, we distinguish over 1000 varieties of pears. Pears belong to the family Roses (Rosaceae),...

Growing blackberries

Growing blackberries

The blackberry comes from the rose family (Rosaceae) and belongs to the climbing plants. It can grow from 50 to 300 centimeters. Its stem is spiky and woody. Her spines serve as a defense against the...

Lime cultivation

Lime cultivation

Tropical climate with high temperatures and humidity will best suit lime growing. Although similar to lemon and often replaced with it, lime is much milder and contains slightly less vitamin C. The...