[efloraofindia:35823] Carvanda fruiting

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Neil Soares

May 24, 2010, 9:15:42 AM5/24/10
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  Carvanda [Carissa congesta] fruit were ripe yesterday. Sending a few photographs.
                             With regards,
                               Neil Soares.

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Carissa congesta, Carvanda 1.jpg
Carissa congesta, Carvanda 2.jpg
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Gurcharan Singh

May 24, 2010, 9:19:12 AM5/24/10
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Tanay don't look at these fruits. Too tempting!!!

Dr. Gurcharan Singh
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SGTB Khalsa College, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007
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tanay bose

May 24, 2010, 9:33:33 AM5/24/10
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Not at all these fruits are too sour.... Ha ha ha ha ha
Tanay Bose
+91(033) 25550676 (Resi)

Madhuri Pejaver

May 25, 2010, 6:33:51 AM5/25/10
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why the technology is not yet developed so that you could have send the karvandas too!!!!!
is it also from your farm sir?

From: Neil Soares <drneil...@yahoo.com>
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Sent: Mon, 24 May, 2010 6:45:42 PM
Subject: [efloraofindia:35823] Carvanda fruiting

Neil Soares

May 25, 2010, 9:10:12 AM5/25/10
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Affirmative Ms.Pejaver.
                 Neil Soares.

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Padmini Raghavan

May 28, 2010, 11:43:12 PM5/28/10
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Isn't this the fruit used to make the dried fruit called "cherries" used in baking etc.?
Then it is not sour so have colour and sugar been added?
Padmini Raghavan.

Neil Soares

May 29, 2010, 6:32:46 AM5/29/10
to Padmini Raghavan, indian...@googlegroups.com, Madhuri Pejaver
Hi Padmini,
  Presume you are talking about cherries which come from cultivated sweet cherry trees [Prunus sp.]. The red cherries we get in the market are grown in the Kashmir valley.
                       Neil Soares. 

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