Interesting Facts about Apples – The apple tree originated in Central Asia, the evolution of botanical apple dates back to Neolithic times. The species is present in Italy with nominally about 2000 varieties, the more precise definition is difficult because of overlapping historical designations, and species become extinct or have disappeared.
The apple is the fruit most seasonally adjusted (it is available year round), this requires the presence of systems that ensure the conservation and distribute the availability of a wide span of time. The natural maturation varies from late August to mid October.
The availability to the natural preservation of the fruit is drastically different in different varieties, but given the high content of organic acids in accordance with the conservation of one to four months. Ok, here are list of Interesting Facts about Apples, that you need to know.
Apple crop is a member of the rose family, because it has the form of stems, branches and leaves are similar.
Pollination for Apples
Apple plants can not pollinate itself. Therefore, the apple crop requires intermediaries such as bees or butterflies.
Apples are 25% composed of water
Apples are 25% composed of water, is what causes the plant is not too hard when eaten.
You Should Never Peel Apples
Do not peel the apple (unless soiled), because 2 of 3 in fiber and antioxidants are in the apple‘s skin. Apple peel helps to build muscle and control weight.
Energy to Produce one apple
It takes energy from 50 leaves to produce one apple.
Heaviest apples ever recorded was 1.8 kg. The heaviest apples weighed 4 pounds, 1 ounce (1.849 kilograms). It was grown in Hirosaki City, Japan by Chisato Iwasaki at his apple farm and Heaviest apples was picked Oct. 24, 2005.
Longest apple peeling
World’s longest apple peeling skin created by Kathy Wafler Madison, October 16, 1976 in Rochester New York with a length of 172 ft 4 inches. At that time he was aged about 16 years. These are Interesting Facts about Apples.