Because apples do not breed true when planted as seeds, grafting is generally ...
Most new apple cultivars originate as seedlings, which either arise by chance ...
When modern people arrived in Central Asia about 50,000 BC, they probably
began to eat apples right away. By about 6,500 BC, people were carrying apple ...
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 ...
Fruit: A History of Apples. Where did apples originate? Excerpt from the Popular
Garden Series magabook Orcharding with permission from its publisher, BowTie
Dec 22, 2009 ... For several decades, United States Department of Agriculture horticulturists have
collected and studied apple trees from around the world.
The apples purchased at stores come from a special kind of farm called an
orchard. Although wild apples grow through Europe, North America, and Asia,
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.
...it was carried over the trade routes to the Middle East, Europe, and the North
America. http://www.nyapplecountry.com/applehistory.htm ...
Apples grow on trees. Where food comes from cards. Page 2. © Food – a fact of
life 2012. Where do onions come from? ... Where does cabbage come from?
Oct 27, 2011 ... For our Geo Quiz, we want to know where apples originated, thousands of years
ago. Scientists point to a Central Asian mountain range where ...