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July 2004 FN-2004-Harvest-02 Apricots Ann E. Henderson , County Extension Family & Consumer Science Agent and Charlotte Brennand , Food Preservation Specialist Did you know?!

Let's Preserve Peaches, Apricots, Nectarines

1 LET'S PRESERVE PEACHES, APRICOTS, NECTARINES Recommended varieties These processing recommendations are for West Virginia conditions (maximum altitude, 4,000 feet).

Apricots give summer a golden glow

Apricots give summer a golden glow Wednesday, July 16, 2003 Staff, news service reports Most people have never tasted a perfectly ripe, fragrant apricot or felt juice run as they bit into it or wondered at how the tangy flavor even seems to well on the tongue after swallowing.

Commodity Profile: Apricots

1 Agricultural Issues Center University of California Created February 2006 Commodity Profile: Apricots by Hayley Boriss, Junior Specialist Henrich Brunke, Research Specialist Marcia Kreith, Program Analyst Agricultural Issues Center University of California agissues@ucdavis.edu Overview Spanish ...

Apricots: Calendar of Operations for Home Gardeners

Apricots: Calendar of Operations for Home Gardeners Pamela M. Geisel is UC Cooperative Extension Farm Advisor in Environmental Horticulture for Fresno County; Carolyn L. Unruh is UCCE staff writer for Fresno County; and Paul Vossen is UCCEFarm Advisor in Fruits, Vegetables, and Marketing for ...

Agricultural Issues Center

Agricultural Issues Center University of California Prepared November 2003 Commodity Profile: Apricots by Henrich Brunke, Post Graduate Researcher brunke@primal.ucdavis.edu Crystel Stanford, Undergraduate Factotum Agricultural Issues Center University of California Overview According to the ...

Where did they come from?

Apricots Fact Sheet Where did they come from? Apricots originated in China and have been around for more than 4,000 years. Trimmings of the apricot tree were progressively brought through the Persian Empire to the Mediterranean where they became a very popular fruit.

Case Study 3 Pollination in apricots

Pollination Aware Apricot Case Study 3 The apricot (Prunus armeniaca) is a fruit tree belonging to the Rosaceae family. The tree is usually around 8–12m tall, with a

APRICOTS FOR NEW YORK STATE

Number 100, 1983 ISSN 0362-0069 New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva, a Division of the New York State College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, a Statutory College of the State University, at Cornell University, Ithaca APRICOTS FOR NEW YORK STATE Robert C. Lamb and W. C ...

Apricot Bread Pudding

Apricot Bread Pudding Serves 16 using the All-Clad 9 by 13-inch Baker Apricot Bread Pudding is a perfect dessert or brunch dish. Served warm, it has the richness of custard soaked brioche contrasted by the sweet and tart flavor of candied apricots and the crunch of toasted almonds.