kiwi

KIWI

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Quick description:

The kiwi is a shrub with flowers of red or white color. Its leaves are oval and the bottom part has fluff. The fruit is rail and is edible, sweet and sour-taste. The outer part is brown and the inside is juicy, green and with small seeds of black color. The plant thrives in fertile and moist soils. The seed of the plant grows in the spring and is harvested in mid-October.

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The Association, for the years 2007-2010, proceeded with the planting of an additional 500 acres of kiwi. The total area which is planted with kiwi-fruit is 993.70 acres. The estimated production will reach around 4,000,000 pounds. The Association, regarding the Kiwi, is trying to expand more in third world countries and this is shown by the sales of 2016 that most were made in China and Dubai.

Nutrients:

The kiwi fruit is rich in potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, fiber and minerals. It also has more vitamin C than any other fruit. The existence of many vitamins makes the kiwi as the best means of defense against germs. It also removes the risk of blood clots in the circulatory system and ensures proper digestion and proper bowel function. Finally, it helps people to improve eyesight due to the antioxidant containing lutein.

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