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Cherry

A British slang term for one pound. It is an example of Cockney rhyming slang.
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The EastFruit company earlier said that Uzbekistan ranked fourth among the exporters of sweet cherry in the world, due to the active expansion of cherry fields in 2013-2017.
Its ancestral host is bitter cherry (Prunus emarginata [Douglas ex Hook.] Walp.), but the fly has adapted to cultivated sweet cherry (Prunus avium [L.] L.) and tart cherry (Prunus cerasus L.) throughout its range.
The goal of our research was to help growers improve their monitoring and management programs by using the information we collected on the seasonal phenology of SWD within commercial sweet cherry orchards and in nearby locations where they may find food and shelter throughout the year.
The Maria sweet cherry cultivar was the most vigorous in terms of trunk cross sectional area and trunk circumference.
_: Abstract: This study was carried out in order to determine the effect of rootstocks (Gisela 5 Gisela 6 MaxMa 14 and SL 64) on performance of sweet cherry cultivar 0 900 Ziraat' during 2010-2013 years.
The collection is available in four vibrant colours: Sweet Cherry, Juicy Grape, Blackberry, and Strawberries and Cream.
"Cross merchandise Rainiers in season with the dark sweet cherry and take advantage of promotional items, as well as what the Cherry Commission offers, to build awareness and consumer loyalty," says Marboe, adding that National Rainier Day is July 11.
It produces ten million cooked rashers of bacon per week (enough for 1.6 million sandwiches) and is recognised throughout the industry for its innovative processing systems, using natural smoking techniques with beech, apple or oak wood, and a variety of cures with flavours including sweet cherry, maple and hops.
Described as a "veg plot in a pot", the 'TomTato' can grow more than 500 sweet cherry tomatoes while producing white potatoes, the Independent reported.
The two cultivated varieties of cherry are the sweet cherry (Prunus avium L.), sometimes known as the wild cherry, and the tart cherry (Prunus cerasus L.), sometimes known as sour cherry or pie cherry.