Fruits and Nuts

Crops Fruits and Nuts
Apple

An important fruit crop in the summer and fall, apples are frequently consumed fresh, but are also commonly processed into juices, jams, and vinegars.

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Apricot

Originating in central Asia, apricot is now an economically important fruit species in many countries.

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Avocado

Avocado is cultivated in nearly all tropical and subtropical regions, particularly in Mexico, Central America, parts of South America, the West Indies, South Africa, Israel and Hawaii.

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Banana

Banana is one of the most widely-consumed fruits in the world.

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Cashew

As a tropical plant, cashew trees require high temperatures to thrive and can be very sensitive to climate fluctuations.

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Cherry

Cherries are grown for a variety of uses, including fresh fruit, juices, processing and canning.

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Citrus

The citrus market is highly competitive, requiring efficiency, use of resources and maximum quality of fruits of any crop. Keeping plants healthy, with a constant supply of micro and macronutrients, is the best way of guaranteeing harvest productivity and quality.

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Cocoa

The cocoa tree is native to the Amazon rainforest and as a result, its development is dependent on high temperatures as well as plentiful sun and rainfall.

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Grapes

The national and international market has an ever-increasing demand for high-quality grapes with immaculate bunch appearance. There is increasing pressure on producers to deliver healthy grapes, free from rot and ready for consumption, without any chemical residue.

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Kiwi

Although kiwi fruit generally has good fruit set, growing to an optimal size is difficult.

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Mango

In mango production, plant nutrition timing is critical during flower initiation. Due to high temperatures and nutritional deficiencies, the fixation of the panicle can be greatly compromised, directly influencing yield.

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Melon

Melon is cultivated in almost every country worldwide, but due to its genetic diversity, each region will have specific requirements.

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Peaches

Peaches and nectarines are one of the most widely grown fruits in the world, with many uses including fresh consumption, juices and concentrates, and jams and jellies.

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Peanut

Peanut growers face many challenges ranging from disease control to moisture levels in the soil, fertility, and other abiotic stresses that can affect the growth and yield.

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Pear

Primarily grown in temperate climates, pears perform best in areas with warm, sunny summers.

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Pecans

Pecans are susceptible to four distinct periods of physiological nut drop in which the tree will abort nuts.

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Pineapple

The focus of pineapple production varies depending on whether the fruit will be consumed fresh or processed.

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Plums

With a high nutritional value and long growing season, plums have become increasingly popular in recent years.

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