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University of Florida - Pomegranates

Pomegranates could become new cash crop for Florida

The Pomegranate University of Florida

A New Look at the Fruit of Paradise

August 2012 Conserv II Taste Testing

Pomegranate collection research in Turkmenistan Gregory M. Levin

 Best Pomegranates at UCDavis by Dr. Levin

coststudies.ucdavis.edu/files/pomegranatevs2005.pdf

 

 Pomegranate cultivars at the US Southeastern Fruit and Nut Lab, Byron, GA.
These selections were brought from Turmenistan (Russia - R) or Iran (I) in 1976.

 ID#     Cultivar Name
Russian 2     Mejhos 6269
R5     Sakerdze
R6     Al-sirin-nar
R7     Kaim-anor
R8*     Salavatski
R9     Kaj-acik-anor
R11     Sejanec 2-5/8
R12     Apseronski krasnyj
R14     Krmyzy-kabuh (Denau)
R16     Kara bala miursal
R19     Nikitski ranni
R20     Zubejda (Denau)
R24     Kunduzski
R25     Bala Miursal
R26     Afganski
R29     Apseronski
R30     Kazake
R31     Saartuzski (Yalta)
R33     Surh-anor
       
Iran 2     Alk Pust Ghermez Saveh
I 5     Shirin yazd
I 6     Tabestani malas Biranden saveh
I 7     Dorosht 5 hahanshahi Khoramabad
I 8     Entek habi saveh
I 9     Shrin pust siah
I 10     Mahali Dezful
I 11     Shirin Pust Ghermez Saveh
I 12     Shirin Kuhy Ardakan

* There are selections from this collection in circulation and known by their Russian ID number.
For example, Russian 8 is available from nurseries.
It should not be identified as such, but by its proper name, SALAVATSKI.

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      There are several different methods of peeling a Pomegranate.

 One method, as seen in the video below, shows you how to peel one  under water.

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