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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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Producing fruit for us to eat is the job of the sweet cherry (prunus avium).
Tart cherries, also known as sour cherries, are thought to be a cross between the sweet cherry and a wild ground cherry that grew in eastern and central Europe.
Another all-rounder that is readily available is the sweet cherry tomato Sweet Million.
Effects of rootstock on photosynthetic activity and productivity in the sweet cherry cultivar 'Stella'.J.
Pavicic (2011).Growth and yield of the sweet cherry (PrunusaviumL.) as affected by training system.
Growth and yield of the sweet cherry (Prunus avium L.) as affected by training system.
The two cultivated varieties of cherry are the sweet cherry (Prunus avium L.), sometimes known as the wild cherry, and the tart cherry (Prunus cerasus L.), sometimes known as sour cherry or pie cherry.
One is the Sweet Cherry (Bing var.), which was studied recently by New Zealand sweet cherry growers seeking to better understand the nutritional value of their crop in an effort to diversify their product offering.
The sweet cherry industry in the Pacific Northwest is particularly threatened by the cost and availability of labor because labor constitutes 60 percent of the cost of production.
Roger Pepperl, marketing director for Stemilt Growers in Wenatchee, said the sweet cherry harvest probably will be at least a week to 10 days late this year, the Wenatchee World reported.
The theory is that thousands of years ago, the Sweet Cherry (Prunus avium) was hybidized with the Mongolian Cherry (P.
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