Agriculture - - Genetic Variations Mapped -

This three-year-old Palamuti bignay tree laden with green fruits is prov­ing to be very fruit­ful at the Sarian Farm in Teresa, Rizal. It is a va­ri­ety se­lected for its pro­lifi­cacy by the In­sti­tute of Plant Breed­ing of UP Los Baños. Bignay fruits can be eaten as fresh fruit or made into wine. Seeds may be used for plant­ing but mar­cot­ted plant­ing ma­te­ri­als start fruit­ing in just one year or two from plant­ing.

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