1. This book advances our knowledge and appreciation of a truly extraordinary tropical fruit. For centuries, the jackfruit was a culinary staple and tradition in tropical Asia. Today, its seductive lure has reached the Americas with an exciting collection of new cultivars and modern management...
  2. This is the third volume in a series on tropical and subtropical fruits. The editors collaborated with 24 scientists in preparation of this current volume, which contains 14 chapters covering 23 fruits. Major processed fruits covered are mango and pineapple. Emerging fruit crops that are...
  3. Here is a guide to the vast array of exotic fruits and other delicious edibles from the sunny tropics and subtropics. It lists and illustrates more than 70 useful plants and gives growing instructions, sources, recipes, and fascinating facts about each one.
  4. This publication deals with edible tropical fruits and nuts including thosethat grow in Puerto Rico.
  5. 1993-01-01 Know and Enjoy Tropical Fruit is filled with interesting details about 141 tropical fruit and nuts. It explains how to identify, harvest or purchase, and how to store or tell the ripeness, and how to eat tropical fruit.
  6. Five Decades with Tropical Fruit is the personal journey of WIlliam Francis Whitman. This 496-page book contains his collected papers and hundreds of photographs extending back to when he got the tropical fruit "bug" on a 1947 trek to Tahiti. 2 Copies
  7. 1991-01-01 Recipes for tropical fruit varieties including catcus, barbados cherry, black sapote, figs, jaboticaba, guava, and mango. 2 Copies
  8. 2009-04-01 This article is from ECHO Asia Note #1 When ripe, the yellow and apricot-colored fruit of the marian plum (Bouea macrophylla Griff.) seem to glow among the tree's glossy green leaves. The ripe fruit of marian plum offers an edible, crisp skin and juicy flesh. Besides being eaten raw as a dessert...
  9. 2016-10-18 Cory Thede, working on the north coast of Haiti, sent a note about a local chaya plant with a lower branch that mutated to a wild stinging type. He commented, “After I backed up against it, it gave me an itchy rash on my arm for about a week. The upper branch is regular and almost spineless.” He...
  10. This group page exists so that individuals involved in Fruits around the world can connect. We encourage you to share the challenges you face in your endeavors, discuss lessons and techniques learned through your experiences, and share your story!