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Fruits of pakistan a study look in Picture By Allah Dad Khan Agri Expert KPK


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Fruits of Pakistan a study look in Picture By Allah Dad Khan Agri Expert KPK

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Fruits of pakistan a study look in Picture By Allah Dad Khan Agri Expert KPK

  1. 1. Fruits of Pakistan A Study look in Pic By Allah dad Khan allahdad52@gmail,com
  2. 2. Almond ( BaddaM0 • The almond (/ɑːmənd/) (Prunus dulcis, syn. Prunus amygdalus,Amygdalus communis,Amygdalus dulcis) (or badam inIndian English, from Persian:‫بادام‬ )is a species of tree native to the Middle East and South Asia. "Almond" is also the name of the edible and widely cultivated seed of this tree. Within the genus Prunus, it is classified with the peach in the subgenus Amygdalus, distinguished from the other subgenera by the corrugated shell (endocarp) surrounding the seed
  3. 3. Appple (Sayb) • Granny Smith, Royal Gala, Golden Delicious and Pink Lady are just a few of the thousands of different kinds of apple that are grown around the world! You can make dried apple rings at home - ask an adult to help you take out the core, thinly slice the apple and bake the rings in the oven at a low heat. -
  4. 4. Apricot (Khubaani) • Apricots can be eaten fresh or dried - both are packed with vitamins! Fresh apricots have a soft and slightly furry skin. They make a good lunchbox snack. Apricots are also high in beta- carotene - this helps us keep our eyes and skin healthy.
  5. 5. Avacado (Magar nashpati) • It is sometimes called an avocado pear. Avocado is often mistaken for a vegetable because we eat it like a salad vegetable, but it is actually a fruit. Avocados are at their best when they are ripe and very easy to prepare. They can simply be cut in half with the stone removed and eaten with a little salad dressing or chopped into a salad. Avocados are a good source of essential fats (the good ones) - one of the few fruits or vegetables that contain fat. Being Grown in Pakistan
  6. 6. Banana • Bananas make a nutritious snack! They are a great source of energy and contain lots of vitamins and minerals, especially potassium, which is important to help cells, nerves and muscles in your body to work properly and it helps to lower blood pressure.
  7. 7. Black berry ( Jaman) • The blackberry is an edible fruit made by any of several species in theRubus genus of theRosaceae family. The blackberry shrub is called "bramble" in Britain, but in the western U.S."caneberry" is the term is used for both blackberries andraspberries.
  8. 8. Blue berry • A blueberry is a berry, a very small fruit. It grows in a type of tree called ashrub. Many types of blueberries grow in North America and easternAsia. Blueberries are more common betweenMay and October. • Blueberries have a sweet taste, with a little acidichint. Wild blueberries have a stronger taste. Blueberries are good for making jelly, jam, pie,muffins, and many other foods.
  9. 9. Bread Fruit • Breadfruit is a large tree, in the mulberry family, found native to the Philippines and all the islands in Southeast Asia. The fruit is similar to bananas, as they can be eaten raw when ripe, and cooked when unripe. The ripe fruit is soft and sweet, while the unripe fruit is harder and starchy, which is where it got the name breadfruit from, as it tastes similar to freshly baked bread when cooked. •
  10. 10. Cashewnut ( Kaju) • The cashew tree(Anacardium occidentale) is a tropical evergreen tree that produces the cashew nut and the cashew apple. It can grow as high as 14 metres (46 ft), but the dwarf cashew, growing up to 6 metres (20 ft), has proved more profitable, with earlier maturity and higher yields.
  11. 11. Chekko • Sapodilla can grow to more than 30 m (98 ft) tall with an average trunk diameter of 1.5 m (4.9 ft). The average height of cultivated specimens, however, is usually between 9 and 15 m (30 and 49 ft) with a trunk diameter not exceeding 50 cm (20 in).[4] It is wind-resistant and the bark is rich in a white, gummy latex called chicle
  12. 12. Cherry ( Cherry) • Cherries are stone fruits - just like their friends the apricots. A cherry tree can carry on producing fruit for 100 years! Cherries grow from stalks in pairs. Ahhh! Sweet ones like the Bing cherry are nicest on their own or in a fruit salad. Sour ones like Morello cherries are tastier cooked. - See more at:
  13. 13. Coco nut Narial) • The Coconut palm is a type of palm tree. It is a part of the FamilyArecaceae (palm family). It is a large palm, growing to 30 m tall. It has leavesthat are 4–6 m long. The term coconut refers to the fruit of the coconut palm. The coconut tree is amonocot.
  14. 14. Date Pam ( Khajjor) • The Date Palm is a tree. It has been cultivated for a very long time because of its edible fruit. This fruit is called date. The tree is between 15m and 25m high. It has long leaves that look like feathers
  15. 15. Falsa • Grewia asiatica (Phalsa orFalsa)in sindhi Pharwa(Urdu: ‫فالسہ‬) is a species ofGrewia native to southernAsia from Pakistan, Indiaeast to Cambodia, and widely cultivated in other tropical countries.Grewia celtidifolia was initially considered a merevariety of Phalsa, but is now recognized as a distinct species
  16. 16. Fig ( angeer) • Figs are soft sweet fruits, full of small seeds and often eaten dried. They grow on trees. Fresh figs are delicious and jams and chutneys are often made from them. The skin of a fig is very thin and ripe figs do not keep or travel very well so in warm countries figs are dried. -
  17. 17. Grape vines ( Angoor) • Grapes grow in bunches on vines. On the inside, they are sweet, juicy and jelly-like. Green grapes are also called white grapes and are dried to make sultanas. Purple ones can be called black grapes and are dried to make raisins. There are red grapes too - red grape juice tastes totally delicious! -
  18. 18. Grape Fruit ( Gillgill) • The grapefruit (Citrus ×paradisi) is a subtropicalcitrus tree known for its sour to semi-sweet fruit, an 18th-century hybrid first bred inBarbados.[1] When found, it was named the "forbidden fruit";[2] and it has also been misidentified with thepomelo or shaddock (C. maxima), one of the parents of this hybrid, the other being sweet orange(C. × sinnsise
  19. 19. Custard Apple • Custard apple treeVarieties of custard appleNutrition in Custard AppleHealth Benefits of Custard AppleSugar Apple during PregnancyCustard Apple RecipesCustard Apple Smoothie • Custard-Apple Ice Cream • Custard Apple Sherbet • Custard Apple Thick Shake
  20. 20. Guava • The guava fruit is widely grown in tropical and sub-tropical regions of the world. It can be round to pear-shaped with a thin skin that is green and turns yellow as it ripens. The flesh can be white or even pink, and the seeds can be eaten. The guava fruit contains lots of beta-carotene (which forms vitamin A in the body) and vitamin C. The flesh can make a great snack or dessert chopped up, or scooped straight from the skin.
  21. 21. Kiwi Fruit ( Cheeni Kronda) • The kiwifruit is a small fruit approximately 3 inches long and weighing about four ounces. Its green flesh is almost creamy in consistency with an invigorating taste reminiscent of strawberries, melons and bananas, yet with its own unique sweet flavor
  22. 22. Lemon • The lemon (Citrus × limon) is a small evergreen tree native toAsia. The tree's ellipsoidal yellowfruit is used for culinary and non-culinary purposes throughout the world, primarily for its juice, though the pulp and rind (zest) are also used in cooking and baking.
  23. 23. Lime • Lime, (Citrus aurantifolia), tree widely grown in tropical and subtropical areas and its edible acid fruits. The tree seldom grows more than 5 m (16 feet) high and if not pruned becomes shrublike. Its branches spread and are irregular, with short, stiff twigs, small leaves, and many small, sharp thorn
  24. 24. Lychee • The fresh fruit has a "delicate, whitish pulp" with a floral smell and a fragrant, sweet flavor. Since this perfume-like flavor is lost in the process of canning, the fruit is usually eaten fresh.
  25. 25. Loquat • Succulent, tangy and sweet, wonderfully delicious loquat fruit is rich in vitamins, minerals, and anti-oxidants. This unique fruit is originated in the mountainous .
  26. 26. Longan • Longan is also called dragon's eye because of the white pulp and single black seed. •
  27. 27. Mango • The mango is a juicy stone fruitbelonging to the genus Mangifera, consisting of numerous tropical fruiting trees, cultivated mostly for edible fruit. The majority of these species are found in nature as wild mangoes.
  28. 28. Mulberry ( Stoor /Shahtoot) • A large vigorous fruiting mulberry that produces heavy crops of deliciously sweet dark red to purple colored fruits up to 4 3/4″ long!
  29. 29. Nectarine • The nectarine is a variant of peach that has a fuzzless skin. Though grocers treat fuzzy peaches and nectarines as different fruits, they belong to the same species. Nectarines have arisen many times from fuzzy peaches, often as bud sports. Nectarines can be white, yellow, clingstone, or freestone. Regular peach trees occasionally produce a few nectarines, and vice versa. Nectarines are more easily damaged than fuzzy peaches. The history of the nectarine is unclear; the first recorded mention is from 1616 in England, but they had probably been grown very much earlier in central Asia.
  30. 30. Olive • There is a lot of potential for olive cultivation in Pakistan. The estimates have revealed that if eight million wild olive trees present in different provinces are grafted and converted into the productive olive then there is a potential of earning a maximum of one billion dollars annually (Table-4). Similarly, we may earn a maximum of 9 billion dollars annually if olive cultivation is made on cultivable potential waste lands (Table-5). The olive appears to have been native to Asia, being one of the earliest trees cultivated by man. The trees belong to oleaceae family and comprise 30 genera with 600 species. The plant is xerophitic upon species of tree the olea-europea or Europium olive. Olive is an integral part of the diet of the people of the Mediterranean lands and is a source of fat in diet of these people.
  31. 31. Papaya • Papaya is cultivated firstly for its nutritive values, which are consumed as the table fruits both in the fresh and processed forms. The fruits are an important and economical source of certain vitamins and minerals. Besides the table uses it is highly priced for its medicinal properties. In Pakistan, province of Punjab and Sindh possess lush green orchards of papaya. Malir area of Karachi and Coastal areas of Sindh province have been growing papaya on commercial scale. Papaya grown in Thatta and Malir District
  32. 32. Peach • Peach (prunus persica) is the most important among the stone fruit and is temperate in nature. It is considered the native of China and probably developed in persia. It is traditional crop of Northern area of Pakistan and occupies the area of 4543 hectares with the production of 48284 tonnes. Quettea, Kalat, Peshawar, Swat valley and certain parts of Kohistan hills are the main growing area of peach. It is delicious in taste and attractive in flavour and aroma. It contains 10-14. percent sugar, 2 percent protein and rich in ascorbic acid. Vitamins A and B besides iron, phosphorus and calcium
  33. 33. Pear • The pear is a sweet fruit that is said to be related to the apple. Its size is about that of an apple with several seeds in the core, like an apple. Unlike apples though, most pear varieties have paper-thin skins which are not easy to peel. The skins vary in color—yellow, green, brown, red, or a combination of any of these colors
  34. 34. Pecan nut • The Pecan nut [Carya illinoensis (Wangenheim) C. Koch] is one of the betterknown hickories. It is also called sweet Pecan and belongs to the family “Juglandaceae”. Pecan is native to North America and also exists in Texas and North of Mexico.Now it is Grown in KPK as Plain Nut
  35. 35. Persimmon • Persimmons /pərˈsɪmən/ are the edible fruit of a number of species of trees in the genusDiospyros. Diospyros is in the family Ebenaceae. The most widely cultivated species is the Oriental or Japanese persimmon, Diospyros kaki.[1] In color, the ripe fruit of the cultivated strains range from light yellow-orange to dark red-orange depending on the species and variety
  36. 36. Pine Apple ( Ananass) • The king of fruits’ is one of the commercially important fruit crops of world. It is one of the choicest fruits all over the world mainly due to its pleasant taste and flavor. Pineapple is a good source of vitamin A and B and fairly rich in vitamin C and minerals like calcium, magnesium, potassium and iron. It is also a source of Bromelain, a digestive enzyme. In addition to being eaten fresh, the fruit can also be canned and processed in different forms. The pineapple (Ananascomosus) is one of the most popular tropical fruits. The origin of the pineapple is the American continent, probably Brazil and Paraguay. It has spread throughout tropical and subtropical regions as a commercial fruit crop.
  37. 37. Pistachio • The pistachio is the stone fruit of a deciduous tree. In some aspects, the pistachio tree resembles the almond and walnut trees and belongs to the same family as the walnut. The exact origin of the pistachio nut is not entirely clear. Currently, pistachio trees grow in Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Iran, Turkey, Greece, Italy and the US. In countries such as Afghanistan, pistachio trees grow in the wild in mountainous regions, where the tree looks more like a bush than a tree. •
  38. 38. Plum • Plum ( ) is an important stone fruit after peach in terms of area and production in Pakistan. Different varieties of plum ( ,, and ) are grown in varying quantities in different climatic conditions neither too hot nor cold. In Pakistan, it is mostly grown in the provinces of Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The main producing areas of plum are Kalat, Mardan, Mastung, Nowshera, Peshawar, Pishin, Quetta, and Swat.
  39. 39. Pomengranate • The pomegranate/ˈpɒmɨɡrænɨt/, botanical namePunica granatum, is a fruit- bearing deciduous shrub or small tree growing between 5 and 8 m (16–26 ft) tall.
  40. 40. Pomelo • Citrus maxima (or Citrus grandis), (Common names: shaddock,[1]pomelo, pummelo,pommelo,pa mplemousse orshaddok) is an originalcitrus fruit, with the look of a big grapefruit, native to South and Southeast Asia.
  41. 41. Quince • The quince (/ˈkwɪns/; Cydonia oblonga) is the sole member of the genus Cydonia in the familyRosaceae (which also containsapples and pears, among other fruits). It is a small deciduoustree that bears a pome fruit,
  42. 42. Sweet orange • The orange(specifically, thesweet orange) is the fruit of the citrusspecies Citrus ×sinensis in thefamily Rutaceae.[2]The fruit of theCitrus × sinensis is considered a sweet orange, (whereas the fruit of the Citrus× aurantium is considered a bitter orange). • The orange is ahybrid, betweenpomelo (Citrus maxima) andmandarin (Citrus reticulata)
  43. 43. Straw berry • The strawberry is an accessory fruit as discussed earlier; that is, the fleshy part is derived not from the ovaries (which are the "seeds", actually achene) but from the peg at the bottom of the hypanthia that held the ovaries. So from a technical standpoint it could be that, the actual fruits of the plant are the seeds, and the flesh of the strawberry is a vegetable.
  44. 44. Walnut • A walnut is the nut of any tree of the genus Juglans (FamilyJuglandaceae), particularly the Persian or English walnut,Juglans regia. It is used for foodafter being processed while green for pickled walnuts or after full ripening for its nutmeat