DiscussionsCategory: Agricultural ScienceWhy are some fruits seasonal while others are always available?
Cliff ImasuenClassHall Instructor Staff asked 6 years ago

As a fruit lover I always wonder why some fruits, especially the sweetest ones ūüėČ like mango and pear are only available for a few months in a year while others are always available? A simple way to put it is this…why do mango trees and some other trees bear fruits seasonally when others always bear fruits, regardless of what time of the year it is?

I’m not sure whether this question falls in the realm of biology or agricultural science but I think it somehow has something to do with pollination. So please, whoever knows the answer should help explain it. Thank you

Happiness OlusolaHappiness Olusola replied 4 years ago

To me I think it’s depend on season

Bryan DavidBryan David replied 8 months ago

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5 Answers
Sadiq BarauSadiq Barau answered 4 years ago

particular¬†season, are favourable for¬†thegrowth of¬†the fruit. … These conditions, which only¬†the summer¬†can provide, makes itgrown¬†only in that¬†season. However, we havefound¬†artificial ripening techniques,¬†and thereare hardly any completely¬†seasonal fruits.

Zainab AhmaduZainab Ahmadu answered 4 years ago

Some weather conditions, found only in a particular season, are favourable for the growth of the fruit. For example, if we take the mango fruit, it needs the hot temperature of the summer to ripen, along with some light summer showers.

Maryam Abduljamih FolorunshoMaryam answered 4 years ago

Some fruit are seasonal fruit because they are favourable to some weather conditions in a particular season

Melvyn ChukwuMelvyn Chukwu answered 4 years ago

SOME FRUIT ARE AVAILABLE BECAUSE OF THEIR SEASON WHILE OTHERS ARE BASED ON THEIR TIME TO GROW FOR EXAMPLE IT TAKES MANGO TREE UP TO TEN YEARS TO

Bryan DavidBryan David answered 8 months ago

For me it depends on their season for a particular fruit to grow like orange now they have their season when growing 

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