It depends on what fruit, how cold and what container the fruit is stored in as well as how long it took to transport from the grower and sell at the market.
probably mansfields , fruit supplier and grower mansfields farms
a crop produced for its commercial value rather than for use by the grower
No. Grower is a noun.
The grower pays for the seed, because it is held against his or her account when the grower is paid for the harvested crop.
Fruit of the loom underpants commercial.
Julius Grower is 5' 8 1/2".
The biggest grower of rice in the USA is Arkansas.
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I believe it is Dragon Fruit.
William Thomas Campbell Grower died in 1864.
William Thomas Campbell Grower was born in 1840.
Russell Grower was born on June 5, 1924, in Illinois, USA.
Soma - cannabis grower - was born in 1949.
George Albert Coleman has written: 'Beekeeping for the fruit-grower and small rancher, or amateur' -- subject(s): Bee culture
A garden that sells the fruit/vegetables that are grown.
The United States is the second largest apple grower in the world with an annual production of about 4,500,000 tonnes. China is by far the largest grower with an annual production of about 30,000,000 tonnes. Poland is the third largest grower with an annual production of about 3,000,000 tonnes.
1 kind of plant is a seed grower and the other 1 is a fern grower
The name winegrower is given to a person who cultivates grapes for the purpose of making wine while a grape grower is the name given to a person cultivating grapes as a fruit.