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7 Amazing Gift Ideas for Fall

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Pittman & Davis is a family-owned company that’s been in business for more than 80 years, specializing in the delivery of wonderful orchard fresh fruit, smoked meats, cheeses, pastries, candies and other scrumptious gift food items. Pittman & Davis raises the most delicious of all grapefruit varieties to perfection, and... more

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10 Fun Facts about Navel Oranges

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Navel oranges are one of the healthiest fruits, filled with Vitamin C, fiber and potassium, and also low in calories. Consuming navel oranges more often may protect against heart disease, cancer and diabetes, and help to improve memory, blood pressure, the immune system and overall health. 1. Fresh navel oranges... more

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Taking Care of Texas Oranges

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Image by Christine â„¢ via Flickr Oranges are one of world's most temperamental fruits. They grow exceptionally well in warm, humid climates. But when the temperature falls below 20 degrees Celsius, oranges crops are often damaged. This is a particularly important concern in the United States, where oranges are only... more

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Growing Texas Oranges

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Image via Wikipedia Oranges first came to Texas at the end of the nineteenth-century. Since that time, crops have been cultivated in one relatively small section of the state. The region is known as the Rio Grande Valley and it is located in South Texas. Because it has a subtropical... more

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The Story of Texas Oranges

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Image via Wikipedia The orange was brought to Florida in 1565 by a group of Spanish Explorers. It was an instant hit. Over the next few centuries, farmers planted huge crops of the tropical fruit to satisfy local demand. By the early nineteenth century, demand was so high that the... more

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The History of Texas Oranges

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Image via Wikipedia Farmers have been growing oranges in Texas for more than a century now. The famous fruit arrived in the Lone Star State at the end of the nineteenth century. And although they are not a top orange producer, Texas oranges are some of the most sought after... more

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How to Grow Texas Oranges on Your Own

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Image via Wikipedia Sweet oranges are the most popular species of citrus fruit on the planet. Most historians believe that they were first cultivated in Northern India several hundred years ago. But the western world did not encounter the orange until the Age of Exploration. Famous explorers like Columbus brought... more

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Texas Oranges: The Heart Healthy Snack

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Image via Wikipedia Though they have been around for thousands of years, the orange was considered a delicacy before the 20th century. It was not until fresh fruit could be reliably transported that the orange became one of the world's most popular fruits, along with the grapefruit. According to the... more

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A Brief History of Texas Oranges

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Image via Wikipedia The orange is one of the world's oldest and most popular fruits. Like most fruits from the citrus family, the orange was first cultivated in Southeast Asia. The date of origin has been disputed for generations. But many botanists believe that the orange is thousands of years... more

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The Many Uses of Texas Oranges

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Image via Wikipedia Though the orange is a popular hand fruit, about eighty percent of world production is used to make orange juice. The two major players in the orange juice market are the state of Florida and nation of Brazil. Between them they are responsible for about eighty-five percent... more

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