It is egg-shaped and has a medium kiwifruit, 1.5 cm long and 1.5 cm wide. The skin of the kiwi fruit is brown and its flesh is green and the best place for kiwi cultivation is Talesh city in northern Iran. This fruit has many properties and can be the best choice for the treatment of frustration. The kiwi is a flowering plant and it is a herbivore. Follow us to find out more about this fruit. History There was only kiwi in China before the 9th century, but after the 9th century the fruit was brought to New Zealand by Isabel Fraser and was commercially grown there. Kiwi was first planted in home gardens;
But commercial cultivation began in the 1980s. Today, New Zealand is the largest producer of fruit, followed by France, the US, Italy, Spain and Japan. Kiwi is still produced in China, but it is never the first country to produce it. . In China, the fruit is mainly grown in the mountainous areas above the Chang Jiang River. It is interesting to know that the first people who ate this fruit thought of it as a spicy and therefore named it Chinese spicy, but it belongs to the Actinidia family and has nothing to do with the spicy family (Grossulariaceae).
Where did the name of the kiwi come from?
The fruit is named after the New Zealand bird. There is a curtain in New Zealand called Kiwi, which has wings that resemble cracks on the kiwi. Kiwifruit grows in humid climates and is grown commercially in solid structures. So that several tons of crop can be harvested per acre, which is more than the amount of weak vine can produce. Kiwi is very sensitive in the first two years of planting and is lost in adverse weather conditions. It is best not to plant kiwi in high and cold areas.
If the kiwi is planted in good soil, it can grow to a radius of four meters. To improve the kiwi fruit we can use a wired scaffold, by selecting three wires of 1, 2 and 2 cm in length and attaching the young branches to the scaffolds. Methods such as seed, cuttings, transplantation and tissue culture are used to propagate the kiwi tree. In seed growth, kiwifruit sex cannot be detected until flowering, at the age of six, so it is not very useful. Increased by cuttings, the semi-hardwood cuttings are taken from late spring to mid-summer and placed in the fog system. Areas with low winds are suitable for kiwi cultivation because the branches of these trees are easily broken by the wind, fruits are damaged and plant growth is slowed.
Offshore winds with a speed of 1 to 2 km / h and spring and autumn winds with a speed of 1/2 km / h can break branches, slow growth and yield. After about a week, the fruit will become sapling and can be cut. Kiwifruit’s properties include vitamins A, E, calcium, folic acid and a small amount of potassium. Kiwi lowers cholesterol, prevents colon cancer and helps control insulin. It has more vitamin C than an orange of its size. There are many antioxidants in the kiwi called folate that can protect the body against heart disease. To avoid the common cold, we recommend using kiwi because it contains a lot of vitamin C. Some people consume kiwi or skin and believe that consuming it with the skin can eliminate problems such as insomnia and stress.