Heart-Shaped Watermelon - Japanese people are so innovative and quality conscious as well; the best example is shown by Japanese farmer Hiroichi Kimura, who has finally harvested the world's first heart-shaped watermelon, after several years of hard research. When upon a neighbor's request, Hiroichi Kimura started his research about a heart-shaped watermelon. After sensibly considering all the factors that affect...
That is a "Moon Melon" scientifically called Asidus. This lovely fruit grows in some parts of Japan, and it’s recognized for its strange blue color what you most likely don’t know about this fruit, is that it can switch flavors after you eat it, everything sour will taste sweet, and whole thing salty will taste bitter and it gives...
Japanes Farmers Produced Pentagon Shaped Iyokan Citrus Fruits. It is well believed all over the world, that the Japanese are a quality-conscious and very hard-working nation, and they always try to experiment with different ideas. Similarly, the iyokan citrus fruits or called “Gokaku no lyokan” were handed out as good luck charms for students in the upcoming entrance exam...
Researchers have come up with a blue strawberry by splicing them with Fish genes! - Scientists are genetically modifying strawberries in order to let them resist freezing temperatures better. They are doing it by artificial transfer of genes from a species of fish called the Arctic Flounder Fish. The Arctic Flounder Fish produces an anti-freeze that permits it to protect...
Cerbera odollam is having close resemblance to oleander; another highly toxic plant from the same family yields milky, white latex.
Cerbera odollam, is a dicotyledonous angiosperm, commonly known as a suicide tree. The tree is also called pong-pong and othalanga and this plant belongs to poisonous Apocynaceae family. The plant yields a potent poison that has been used for suicide and murder, which includes the yellow and common oleanders. The seeds are excessively toxic, containing cerberin as the main active...
United Kingdom plant nursery has become the first garden center to grow Britain's Black tomatoes and they could assist in fighting cancer. The remarkable vegetable which has jet black skin is the world’s first fruit that contains anthocyanins, an antioxidant thought to have a number of health benefits. Anthocyanins are compounds found in fruits, vegetables, and beverages that some...