Avocado Fruits

About Avocado Friut plants


Avocados offer nearly 20 vitamins and minerals in every serving, including potassium (which helps control blood pressure), lutein (which is good for your eyes), and folate (which is crucial for cell repair and during pregnancy). Avocados are a good source of B vitamins, which help you fight off disease and infection.Its available Avacado fruit plants in Kerala

                      Avocados are high in fat. But it's monounsaturated fat, which is a "good" fat that helps lower bad cholesterol, as long as you eat them in moderation.Avocados have a lot of calories. The recommended serving size is smaller than you'd expect: 1/5 of a medium avocado (or 1 ounce) is 50 calories.

                     Store avocados at room temperature, keeping in mind that they can take 4 to 5 days to ripen. To speed up the ripening process, put them in a paper bag along with an apple or banana. When the outside skins are black or dark purple and yield to gentle pressure, they're ready to eat or refrigerate. Wash them before cutting so dirt and bacteria aren't transferred from the knife onto the pulp.Avacado fruit plants in Kerala is now available in our farm.

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Mature Height:  30 - 40 ft
Mature Width:  25-35 ft
Sunlight:  Moderate
Growth Rate:  20 years
Fruit Color:  Green and Purple
Year to Bear:  5 years
Chill Hours:  30 - 32F
Botanical Name:   Persea americana

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AVAILABLE CATEGORIES

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Green Avocado

The green avocado is not as common or popular as the black avocado, but it is still bred by quite a few growers. Among the types of avocados, the Gwen, Pinkerton and Reed varieties are the most popular. All of these avocado varieties actually stay green as they ripen, and varieties like the Pinkerton display favorable peeling characteristics. As far as great flavors are concerned, the Gwen variety stands out among the green avocados as one with a real nutty and rich flavor.

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Brown Avocado

The brown avocado is the type of avocado that is the most common, and that is primarily the handiwork of one Rudolph Hass, an amateur horticulturist and mail carrier from California. His surname serves as the name by which many brown avocados are referred to these days--the Hass avocado. This kind of avocado is easily identified by its pebbled, black skin color; this avocado also gets blacker when it gets riper. The Hass avocado can be very easily characterized by its distinctively rich, nutty flavor.