10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «GIANT GRANADILLA»
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CRC World Dictionary of Plant Nmaes: Common Names, ...
... grenadilla. giant granadilla. passion flower Peru: apincoya, barbadina. badea,
granadilla, tumbo, uxu- beru Japan: 6-mi-tokei-so The Philippines: granadilla,
parola. kasaflora, granada 1976 Pastinaca L. Umbelliferae Malaya: timun hutan,
Umberto Quattrocchi, 1999
Tropical Plant Breeding
... dark yellow for maracujas, orange to salmon for curubas and giant granadilla
Small seeds Pericarp coloured, turgescent (smooth), durable and resistant during
transportation Resistance to fungal diseases Alternaria alternata, A. passiflorae ...
Pests of Crops in Warmer Climates and Their Control
PASSION FRUIT (Passiflora edulis – Passifloraceae) (P. quadrangularis) (=
Grenadilla & Giant Granadilla) PASSION ... (P. quadrangularis) (= Grenadilla &
Giant Granadilla) PEA (Pisum sativum – Leguminosae) (Garden Pea; Field Pea)
Some Fruits and Nuts for the Tropics
Passiflora quadrangularis L. Giant Granadilla (fig. 69) "Granadilla"
Passifloraceae The Giant Granadilla forms a larger leaf and is a more vigorous
grower than the yellow passion fruit. The cordate leaves are 5 to 7 inches long
and arranged ...
William Crawford Kennard, H. F. Winters, 1960
Edible Medicinal And Non-Medicinal Plants: Volume 4, Fruits
Giant Granadilla has become naturalised in many tropical countries particularly
in wet forests and thickets. It is truly a topical species requiring warm diurnal
temperatures and high humidity. It grows from near sea level to 1,000 m altitude
but in ...
The A-Z Encyclopedia of Alcohol and Drug Abuse
The passion vine is classified as Passiflora incarnata, the bell apple, or water
lemon, as Passiflora laurifolia, and the giant granadilla as Passiflora
quadrangularis. The family contains about 530 species, most of which are
climbing plants, such ...
Diseases of Tropical Fruit Crops
P. quadrangularis, the giant granadilla, is a native of tropical South America. It
was first cultivated in the 18th century, and is now widely distributed (Purseglove,
1968). It is adapted to hot, humid environments, and does not do well at the ...
Foods & Nutrition Encyclopedia, Two Volume Set
Giant granadilla. Fig. G-19. A cluster of grapes of the Ribier variety. (Courtesy,
California Table Grape Commission) The giant granadilla is native to the
American tropics, but it differs from the purple passion fruit in that it grows better
in the hot, ...
Marion Eugene Ensminger, Audrey H. Ensminger, 1993
Underutilized and Underexploited Horticultural Crops:
... situated off the eastern coast of India. Many species that offer possibility of
increased production are identified and discussed. Individual chapters on fruits
focus on giant granadilla (Passiflora quadrangularis L.), apricot (Prunus
armeniaca L.) ...
Tropical Fruits: Crop Production Science in Horticulture 24
Mexico to Bolivia X Sweet calabash, sweet cup, conch apple P. maliformis L.
West Indies to South America X Banana passion fruit, curuba P. mollissima (HBK)
Bailey Venezuela to Bolivia X Giant granadilla P. quadrangularis L. Unknown X ...
Robert E. Paull, Odilio Duarte, 2012