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Imported fruits to Asia.

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    • BCCC GEOGRAPHY.
      Namakumpulan :
      Felicity
      Anathasia
      NoorHasbullah
      Celina
      Ahmad Faiz
      Wafa
    • Our geography project :
      Imported Fruits To Asia.
      Please enjoy yourselves appreciating this information.
    • Imported fruits to Malaysia.
      @ Rhode Island Green Apple
      @ Lychee
      @ Avocado
    • Rhode Island Greening Apples –USA.
      Rhode Island Greening Apples-Rhode Island USA
      The Rhode Island Greening allegedly originated around 1650 near Green End’s in Newport, Rhode Island (in modern day Middletown) . The first Greenings were allegedly grown by a Mr. Green who operated a tavern and developed apple trees from seed.
    • Green Apples…
      Green gave many scions from the tree to visitors for grafting elsewhere, and the original tree died. The apples became known as Green's Inn apples from Rhode Island. One of the oldest surviving trees was located on Mt. Hygeia farm in Foster, Rhode Island at the turn of the twentieth century.[1] The Rhode Island Greening was one of the most popular apples grown in New York in the nineteenth century.[2]
    • Avocado - USA
      The avocado (Perseaamericana), aguacate or palta (Spanish), butter pear or alligator pear, is a tree native to the Caribbean, Mexico,[1]South America and Central America, classified in the flowering plant family Lauraceae along with cinnamon, camphor and bay laurel.
    • Avocado
      The name "avocado" also refers to the fruit (technically a large berry that contains a large seed[2]) of the tree which may be egg-shaped or spherical.
    • Lychee - China
      The lychee was first described in the West by Pierre Sonnerat (1748–1814) on a return from his travel to China and Southeast Asia.
    • Lychee…
      Itwas then introduced to the Réunion Island in 1764 by Joseph-François Charpentier de Cossigny de Palma. It was later introduced to Madagascar which has become a major producer.
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