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California's berries, peaches, nectarines, apricots, melons, oranges, lemons, tangerines, mandarins, spinach, lettuce, seasonal vegetables and rice constituted more than half the U.S. exports of those commodities.
This is especially important with peaches and nectarines to fight leaf curl; use a spray that contains copper.
Cut the peach or nectarine and the plum in half, and discard the pits, then cut each half vertically into 2 round slices.
Its slight bitterness played with the ripe juiciness of the nectarine, in a way that reminded me (strangely) of an old-fashioned.
From left: Blackberries, cava, and mint; nectarines, rosé, and basil; strawberries, savignon blanc, and lime.
From nectarines to mustard greens, the Seasonal Food Guide app lets food lovers quickly see which produce is in season at any time in all 50 US states.
The area from Central Pennsylvania down to the Shenandoah Valley provides an enormous variety of nectarines, peaches, apples and pears.
In the modern suburb of Sala Al Jadida outside of Rabat one afternoon, a shopper walks away from a street-side vegetable and fruit stand with five plastic bags filled with pears, apples, nectarines, peaches, and plums.
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Origin and Etymology of nectarine
First Known Use: 1616See Words from the same year
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Definition of nectarine for English Language Learners
: a sweet fruit that is like a peach but that has smooth skin
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