- adj. bearing small fruit
“For this business the neat-growing, small-fruited kinds should be chosen, as they yield a great crop in a small compass.”
“_Varieties: _ The small-fruited types, both hot and sweet, have much more aggressive root systems and generally adapt better to our region's cool weather.”
“_Irrigation: _ Without any irrigation only the most vigorous, small-fruited varieties will set anything.”
“For a time, an effort was made to distinguish between the two by calling small-fruited ones "hazels" and those with large fruits "filberts," but there is not exact dividing line and so now all are called filberts.”
“It's a "Hansel," a small-fruited hybrid on a tidy, compact plant.”
“Formerly cultivated plots in the Central Catchment Reserve are also "dominated by small-fruited, small-seeded species dispersed by small passerine birds and fruit bats - on these sites none of the big fruits have come in." the Smithsonian's study plot in Bukit Timah, trees in the nutmeg family (Myristicaceae) "show evidence of lacking a dispersal agent," as hornbills vanished from the site more than a century ago.”
“Fruit Vegetables: (1) tropical pumpkin, (2) okra, (3) small-fruited, indeterminate tomatoes, (4) hot pepper, (5) ensalada pepper, selected for its edible leaves.”
“_capsicum_, of which there are several varieties, -- the small-fruited kind, used to make cayenne or red pepper; and the tabasco sort, forming the basis of tabasco sauce.”
“Actinidia chinensis (large-fruited, smooth - skinned and sweeter than A. deliciosa) and A. melanandra (small-fruited, red, sweet fruit). ”
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