Phoenix dactylifera, commonly known as date or date palm, is a flowering plant
species in the palm family, Arecaceae, cultivated for its edible sweet fruit. ... The
species name dactylifera "da...
Jul 31, 2014 ... This article explores edible palms and their fruits. ... One of the reasons dates do
not produce good fruits in most tropical climates is the ... their own dates and
coming up with very 'American' names (like Brunette and Blonde).
Many people assume that because we do not regularly eat dates from all of the
14 date palm species, they must not be edible. This, however, is false. All dates ...
Jun 30, 2015 ... We grow medjool dates and medjool date palm trees in California, USA, ... palm"
produces the large edible dates that are cultivated and sold today. .... We do have
these larger rooted medjool date palm offshoots in .... Next comes the rutab stage
, when the dates begin to soften and lose their bright colors.
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Aug 5, 2011 ... ... Date Palm Trees, Phoenix dactylifera, are very productive of fat delicious dates.
.. ... of fat delicious dates, and most of the American date harvest comes from the
... times because of the edible dates that were big trading commodities. ... grow
these Medjool date palm trees and these trees can be shipped to .....
Edible Palm Fruits ... solid tissue composed of cells. Copra comes from the meat
of dried coconuts, while coir fibers are derived from the fibrous mesocarp. ....
Chewy bread dates keep longer and can be used for "survival food" on long trips.
Sep 11, 2006 ... A couple weeks ago we purchased some fresh yellow dates on the stem; they
were hard. ... If they are a bit bitter, will my stomach talk to me later? .... -only in
the hottest months-as cooler months come, many are compacted ...
Often called the edible date, it has few alternate names except in regional .... In
coastal oases, the main cultivars are 'Kenta', Agnioua', 'Bouhatam' and 'Lemsi'
which come into .... Extremely dry weather will cause dates to shrivel on the palm.
Approximately 93% of dates harvested are consumed within the country of origin.
... Date palms can be grown from seed however the quality of the resulting plant
is ... Some rare varieties have the unique characteristic of being sweet and edible
.... to analyse the results of these experiences over the coming years to assist in ...
Aromatic and sweet the dates are sticky and fibrous with a very large seed. ....
The entire fruit, seed and all, are edible by humans though that does not hold true