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Peaches and Nectarines

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Peaches are an orange colored, sweet, fuzzy fruit. They grow on trees, and have a pit in the center. Nectarines are the same species as peaches, but lack the fuzzy skin.
no they grow it
You can start picking them in the beginning of the summer from peach trees, but they are always available in food stores.
A peach is fuzzy skinned and a nectarine is smooth skinned.-
Yes! You can find them in almost any gas station, or 7/11
It's called a peach pit . You can plant it and if you take good care of it , it will grow into a peach tree. Cool huh?
WHICH EVER one is more common in your town, in whichever season you buy fruit. If your town's main fruit is one of these, then that one costs the least.
you cant, unless you fake it.
Peaches grow on peach trees.
Sure if cranberry "color" is a dark otherwise you might end up looking too flushed out. unless either is a scarf or ties or such!!
There are a couple of Peach Snapple's. The ingredients in Snapple Peach Tea are: FILTERED WATER, SUGAR, CITRIC ACID, TEA, NATURAL FLAVORS. Snapple Summer Peach Juice Drink: FILTERED WATER, SUGAR, WHITE GRAPE JUICE CONCENTRATE, NATURAL FLAVORS, PEACH JUICE CONCENTRATE, CITRIC ACID, ACACIA GUM,...
Peaches originated in China.
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Strawberry is the best answer. A strawberry is actually an aggregate of fruits (like a raspberry, blackberry or even pineapple!), whereas each of the others is a singular fruit. Another possible way to look at this is to say that the peach is the most different because it only produces a single seed...
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On a peach tree.
Strawberry! No skin, smaller size... Just different. Seeds on the outside
Georgia ranks 3rd behind California and South Carolina.
well, you can't just tell the mass of an object just by telling the maser a certain thing to measure if there are many of these objects in the world and they are all different. example: I bet you $1,000,000 that the mass of these two peaches is different. do you differ?It really depends on the peach...
Georgia, commonly known as the "Peach State", places a high importance on the peach because it plays a major role in their agriculture economy. Peaches first appeared in Georgia in 1571 and have played a major role in Georgia's economy since the mid-1800s. Georgia is currently the 3rd largest...
No. You will get a peachy tasting apple.
Sweet very calm and delicious
No; an Elberta will pollinate itself.   if you want a better fruit set , plant another type of peach tree that blooms the same time as your Elberta. you will get cross pollination and inturn will get more peaches.
Yes! Georgia's offical state fruit is the peach. It is the peach because of theimportance of peaches in the Georgia agricultural economy.This information along with other information on Georgia can be found on{http://www.netstate.com/states/intro/ga_intro.htm}
whoever has more personality:Peach likesfootball/sportsanimalsmagic/starsmarioshoppingfriendshipand laughing and having fun!Daisy likesclothesshoppingfriendshipluigiand smilingso... peach
As a matter of fact i make peach cobbler with canned peaches so yes you can bake with canned peaches
there are harvested in the spring
Peach roses mean: Appreciation, closing the deal, Let's get together, sincerity, and/ or gratitude.Pale peach roses mean: ModestyThen a coral colored rose means: Desire
A peach is a fruit with a soft, slightly fuzzy skin, a fleshy texture, and a sweet taste.
If you purchased 12 $1 plums would be $12 and 20 $2 peaches would be $40. therefore 12 plums
A fruit that is similar to a peach is an apricot. Apricots are one  of the healthiest fruits you can eat. They are loaded with  beta-carotene and fiber.
store in a brown bag in a mildly cool dark place
yesNo....Mangos are from the genus Mangifera, Peaches are from the genus Prunus
It is called a core Why? because c2o2r2e2+23 =core31=core
Your main worry will be evaporation.
Peach tree blister is a fungus disease caused by the fungus Taphrina deformans . Spraying with a fungicide early in the season usually helps control.
it might be gorgia but it could be California so i don't realy know ô_ô actually its 1st South Carolina 2nd California 3rd GeorgiaJust because Georgia is nicknamed the "Peach State," it doesn't mean that it produces the most peaches in the US; South Carolina produces the most. Gaffney, SC alone...
  yes it is fruit it tastes good
Perdue mountain fruit farm near Traverlers Rest has them around the end of July. Saunders peach farm in Filbert has them as well.
There is a bag- you are referring to one bag, not the many peaches. If you said there are peaches in the bag, that would be different.
It is the almond. They are both in the genus Prunus. Don't believe me? Check out their scientific names.Almond: Prunus dulcisPeach: Prunus persica
Most people swear by the clingfree varieties, but your own personal taste is the best judge. Try a few small batches of different varieties.
take a cotton towel,lay it flat.then add peaches,stem side down. make sure fruit is not touching. cover with another to seal out the light. Make sure there cotton,or paper towels will work if you don't have a lot. works on nectarines too. Takes a few days to a week,depending on size
Mango nectarines have the skin of the nectarine, and the flesh is more like the mango. So, the fruit should be fairly firm, but give a little when squeezed, when ripe. Just like the nectarine and the mango.
In Canada we pick them In July when they are ripe.
A lug is an agricultural unit, usually slightly less than a bushel. The last lug of peaches I purchased contained 50 individual peaches.
  48-50 lbs.   48-50 lbs.   48-50 lbs.
The largest seed producer in the world is a corporation called Monsanto. They are known for heavily genetically engineering fruits and vegetables to grow larger and more consistent than naturally grown foods.
Haptodysphoriaphobia
No, peach fuzz is harmless to skin.
Yes it is possible, but it won't be the same fruit.
Plant it! :) Paint it red. Then paint a green star-like leaf at the stem end - there you have a permanent strawberry! I've seen them painted like this at craft shows. People actually buy them!
When you say old old does that mean an old old peach or a peach that is old that is going to become old or is it infact new and not old at all or perhaps you just need more grammar lessons.
  Well, seeing as WikiAnswers states the following: "Jobs and Education question: How many peck in a bushel? Four pecks in a bushel, and two gallons in a peck, so eight gallons in a bushel". Then the answer would be: a peck of peaches is smaller than a bushel of apples.
no almond is not part of the peach family . almond is part of the nut family ! :) (L) xx(this answer is Incorrect : The Almond is in fact part of the Peach Family)
Peach fuzz is totally normal. I wouldn't shave or wax it unless you have darker hair and it is very visible. It's best to pluck it out with tweezers or get laser surgery.
Peaches come from the beautiul hills of Serbia, were the Peach King Argnok and his fairy princesses guard them from eveil trolls.
Actually there are many things you can stuff a peach with but the two I am familiar with are the roasted almond with brown sugar and the very basic marshmellow filling and dip the peach in chocalate.Both of those are the best in the world we make them at Jon's bakery in Burbank,Illinois contact me...
if the peaches are ripe, then put them in the fridge. If not, you need them to ripen first.
Sometimes they do.
No, you eat it with the skin like a peach or apple.
Yes, She does... ONLY as a friend.
you keep it out until it gets cold and then you put it in to get some heat
Yes, a peach can go moldy.
Actually, im pretty sure she is because Mario is older than Luigi,  and since princess peach has a crush on Mario, she has to be about  the same age as him.
http:/www.nal.usda.gov/fnic/foodcomp/cgi-bin/list_nut_edit.pl go to that website to find out everything you want to know about peaches!
Not sure about it being "cyanide," at least in the true (poison) meaning of the word. Maybe there's traces of the chemical in the pits, but surely eating one or two won't hurt you. I remember my grandfather used to eat them here and there when he had a peach--he cracked the pits with something and...
It all depends on what you are cooking.
only between meals
They might be the same age, but they are not twins. They are cousins.
  Yes, but it might not be the type of peach you ate. Most fruit trees are grafted onto different root stock so the fruit's seed doesn't always make the type of tree you might expect.
The approximate diameter of a peach is about 2.9 inches, although the size can range from 2.1 to 3.7, that is, unless you live in Roald Dahl's book - James and the giant peach, in which it grows bigger than a double decker bus!I hope this is useful for whichever random reason you have decided to...
a peach is related to the plum, cherry, and amond.
you get a peach seed and plant it
This is commonly attributed to heavy rainfall in the period just before harvest.
Peaches need warm climates to grow in, like that of china, italy usa spain, greece, france, turkey, iran, chile and argentina, which are the top 10 growing countries for peaches in the world.
They all begin with P and they all grow on trees.