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sweet cherry

A sweet variety of cherry (as opposed to the sour cherry). I hope these are sweet cherries—those other ones were too tart!
See also: cherry, sweet
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2: Phenology of captures of adult SWD in sweet cherries in the northern San Joaquin Valley from 2010 to 2012 in (A) unsprayed orchards and (B) sprayed orchards.
Technology update on mechanical harvesting system for fresh market sweet cherries.
But tart cherries deliver a much greater content of various anthocyanins than sweet cherries, as well as higher amounts of other phenolic compounds and other nutrients.
The most exciting development is that there are new and effective harvesters that are in the final stages of testing for fresh market berries, and for sweet cherries.
As with sweet cherries, the organic farm of the future will need automation.
The IDH showed four different zymograms; two of them, A and B, in sweet cherries and three, A, C and D in sour cherries.
Bing sweet cherries reduced CRP by a whopping 25% in a group of healthy men and women who ate them daily for just one month
Sweet cherries are not reliably winter hardy beyond Zone 5, and they suffer from heat stress south of Zone 7.
1 1/2 cups coarsely chopped pitted fresh sweet cherries
Buying: Sweet cherries are at their peak now through July.
Sweet cherries and distinct eucalyptus notes flood the nose; bright, clean cherry flavor overpowers subtle minty notes all the way through the long and smooth, fruity profile.
From March to November vines up to 12 yards long yield nine different types of tomato from sweet cherries through plum, including yellow and cocktail to classic round red.
High quality sweet cherries in our local markets also come from Syria and Lebanon, where sweet cherries are more widely cultivated due to cooler climatic conditions and water availability.
Remember; unlike crossbreeding plums, sweet cherries, and many apples and pears, the sour cherries are fully self-fertile.
2 1/2 cups sliced and pitted plums (about 1 1/4 pounds) 3/4 cup pitted sweet cherries (about 1/3 pound) 1 teaspoon anise seeds 1 cup apricot or peach nectar (or use apple juice)