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April 2017

Description The appearance of the "gold buttons" is not clear, with a small round shape, sharp spines, dark yellow color, fine texture, soft smell, sweet taste....

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Description "Kan Yao", "Gaan Yaow" or "Kan Yau" means long stalk in Thai. The fruit is characterized by a long, thick peduncle of 10-14cm. The fruit is lychee-shaped, greyish-brown, rough with a moderately thick rind bearing short, sharp, straight, moderately dense spines. There are 3-4 large, thick arils per locule. The pulp is golden-yellow, smooth, creamy, sweet with a pleasant aroma. This cultivar has little fruit...

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Description Chanee is more pungent, softer, more buttery, and stronger in nearly every way than a monthong. The flesh is often eaten very ripe, when it turns to a gorgeous golden yellow. The riper a chanee gets, the stronger the luscious aroma becomes. The meat turns bitter adding an extra wonderful dimension to the sweetness....

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Description Monthong is the most important and famous durian variety of Thailand. It means "golden pillow" in Thai. It produces large, elongated, oval-cylindrical fruits tapering at the stylar end. The large fruit has a pronounced beak, lobed, yellowish-brown each weighing about 3 - 5 kg. The peduncle is thick and moderately long and the rind is thick and covered with sharp, pointed, small, conical, densely packed...

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