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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apple

The apple tree is a deciduous tree in the rose family best known for its sweet, pomaceous fruit, ..... Because apples do not breed true when planted as seeds, grafting is ... Most new apple cultivars originate as seedlings, which either arise by ...

quatr.us/food/apples.htm

Apple trees grew wild in Central Asia and western China beginning possibly about two to ten million years ago, around the time that the first humans were ...

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Nov 1, 2012 ... Which is your favourite type of apple? It might surprise you to know that your apple of choice probably was created by breeding two types of ...

theplate.nationalgeographic.com/2014/07/22/history-of-apples

Jul 22, 2014 ... One place where the ubiquitous apple does not appear is in the Old Testament's Book of Genesis. The original story of Adam, Eve, the snake, ...

www.pri.org/stories/2011-10-27/where-apples-come

Oct 27, 2011 ... Where Apples Come From ... The answer is the Tian Shan mountains in Central Asia, where scientists have traced the origin of apples. ... Did you know that when you support PRI today, your contribution will be matched?

www.shaworchards.com/blog/?p=108

Mar 1, 2015 ... Most fruit lovers know that of all the fruits out there, apples enjoy the distinction of having the greatest variety. They are the nearly the only fruit ...

www.icr.org/article/where-did-apple-trees-come-from

Dec 22, 2009 ... For several decades, United States Department of Agriculture horticulturists have collected and studied apple trees from around the world.

www.foodrenegade.com/your-apples-year-old

So, how do you get the most nutrients from your apples? Buy fresh. ...... We want safe, fresh produce year round, it may be stored or come from other countries.

www.hobbyfarms.com/fruit-a-history-of-apples

Jan 18, 2016 ... Most historians believe the apple originated in the Dzungarian Alps, a mountain range separating Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and China, where ...

www.reference.com/food/countries-apples-come-4bbabb52a1d11988

Apples are grown in a huge number of countries around the world, but the leading apple producers are China, the United States, Turkey, Poland and Italy.