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Punica granatum L.


Chinese apple, Dalima, Granada, Grenade, Grenadine, Melograno, Pomegranate

NewCROP has Pomegranate information at:

Pomegranate—Julia Morton, Fruits of Warm Climates

Mediterranean Fruits—Joan Tous and Louise Ferguson

Magness J.R. et al. 1971. Food and feed crops of the United States.

Outside links:

POMEGRANATE "FRUIT FACTS" (Fruit Facts are a series of publications of the California Rare Fruit Growers, Inc. that contain information on individual fruits, including botanical identification, description and culture notes based on California research, and characteristics of cultivars).

Pomegranate—from Mark Reiger, Dept of Horticulture, University of Georgia.

Pomegranate Information from the University of California Fruit & Nut Research and Information Center

Nutritional information on Pomegranate from Freida's Inc.

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