Apple

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Apple Variety

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Apple Parks

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City Skyline

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Mario Finds Peach

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About The Cultivated apple

Cultivated apple (Malus × domestica Borkh.) is economically the most important fruit crop of the temperate zones and is under wide cultivation in Europe and Asia since times immemorial.

Apple is a cosmopolitan fruit grown throughout the world except Antarctica. At global level more than 10,000 cultivars are known today of which only 20, which constitute mere 0.2% of the total, are said to be commercial.

The major apple producing countries are: China, USA, Turkey, Italy and the erstwhile USSR. In India, apple is grown in eight states viz. Jammu and Kashmir, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Assam, Sikkim and Karnataka. Among these, the Jammu and Kashmir State, owing to its suitable climate contributes 60 - 65% to the total produce of the country.

Although, apple is grown in most parts of the Kashmir valley, the Baramulla district alone yields around 21 tones per hectare which is quite comparable to the yield of some European countries

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