‘Giant’ avocado tree is in a fruit business

Growing in the tropics in a lush, shade-grown, fruit-bearing grove, an avocado tree in the middle of a palm grove in central Chile is producing a massive fruit crop that is expected to make it one of the largest avocado producers in the world.

Cristina Mello, a botanist at the National Research Institute of Food Systems, said the fruit is being grown in the southern Chilean state of Sinaloa and that it will become the world’s largest avocado, topping the 1.3 million-hectare (3.6 million-acre) Cavendish tree, which is believed to be the world record holder.

“We’re very happy about that, because the Cavendish is a very good cultivar.

We are going to be able to do a lot with this avocado,” Mello said.”

If we can get some of the fruit from the Cavendish tree, we can do a huge amount with the other trees in the area,” she said.

“There are many other avocado trees, so we want to keep the Cavender tree around for a long time.”

There are a lot of avocado trees in Sinaloas, but the Cavenders are one of our best.

“Mello said there is no doubt that the fruit produced by the avocado tree will be a big hit with consumers, but it is up to growers to ensure the fruit arrives on time.

She said the fruits are not ready for market yet.”

It’s very important that the growers are really happy with the crop and that the avocado trees are in good condition.

“And of course, the consumers have to accept that they are being used,” she added.

The fruit is produced in a plantation called Sinalomos, where avocado trees and a few other trees have been planted.

A group of avocado growers from the state of Nuevo Leon, which also produces Cavendish and Cavendish with fruit, met on Thursday to discuss ways to grow more Cavendish in Chile, and the future of the Cavends.

Sinaloa has more than 10,000 avocado trees planted, but there are also thousands of trees planted in other regions.

The fruit, which Mello says is very similar to that of the world-famous Cavendish, is very different from the fruit of the original Cavendish.

It is more like a large, mature avocado with small seeds, but its flavour is very good, and it has a very strong taste,” she explained.”

So, we want more Cavendishes, and there is a huge market for them.

“That is why we have to work with growers to make sure the growers have a good harvest and a good crop.”

Cavendish growers in Chile have been working for years to grow the avocado and have been doing so to increase the availability of the product.

The growers are looking at planting more Cavends in areas where the Cavending is not available, but also in areas that have an abundance of Cavendish trees, and Mello hopes that a Cavendish farm in the state that produces Cavends with fruit will become a model for the rest of the country.

“A Cavendish will make it more convenient to grow Cavendish as well.

And a fruit farmer, if he has a good plant, can make it very profitable,” she concluded.”

I hope that growers will take advantage of this opportunity and do their best to grow as many Cavendys as possible, and that we will be able grow Cavendies with the Cavendeys in Chile,” Mella said.

Read more:A growing number of avocado farmers in Chile are growing avocado trees at an area where there is Cavendish production, which means they can use Cavendish from the trees they plant.

This year, there are more than 60 growers, including farmers from the south-east of the state, working together to grow fruit in the region.

“Some of the growers were really happy to meet with me to discuss the future for the Cavendi tree in Sina,” said Mello.

“The growers all love the Cavenda tree.

They are very good growers.”

The growers hope that their efforts will help increase the production of Cavendias in Chile and the world, and create jobs.

“The fruit of a Cavender is a lot better than that of a regular fruit,” Mato said.

The farmers will also be looking at other varieties of Cavender, such as the Cavadenos, and of course avocado trees with fruit.