The answer to the question “Why are fruit flies bad?” is because of the following reasons: 1) Their presence indicates a dirty home, area, building, or surface, 2) They infest homes where fermenting fruits are normally found, 3) They reproduce quickly, thus making it hard for human beings to easily get read of them and 4) They make our fruits or food easily to decay. Fruit flies are small insects commonly found feeding on fruits and other food and they fall under two groups: Drosophilidae or Tephritidae – both of which are considered as fruit flies or vinegar flies.
If you are thinking of getting rid of fruit flies and you don’t want to consult a professional, you can start by grabbing an empty bottle and filling it up halfway with apple cider vinegar, honey and dish detergent. Wait for around 24 hours and they’ll be trapped in there.
Fruit flies or vinegar flies are small insects falling under the family of Drosophilidae or Tephritadae, both family of flies indicates dirty area of the house, infest fruits or meat in the kitchen and assist in easily decaying our food. The reason why fruit flies are commonly found in the kitchen is because this is where we put out unrefrigerated food (fruits, meat and other kinds of food).
They are called fruit flies typically because they normally fly around where fruits are may it be new or rotten. Once they fly around into the fruit or food, they can reproduce quickly, laying many eggs into rotting fruit or any decaying materials and these eggs can hatch in more or less than a day.
There are several reasons why fruit trees fail to bear fruit and it may fall in one of the two reasons: 1) Bearing age – Depending on what fruit you plant, their age matters when it comes to when they can start bearing fruit. An apple tree typically takes 2 to 5 years before it bears fruit, peach takes 2 to 4 years, plum takes 3 to 6 years and sour cherry takes around 3 to 5 years, 2) Climate and weather also affects why fruit trees fail to bear fruit – extreme cold temperature can ultimately kill the fruit buds thus, making it impossible for fruit trees to bear any fruit.
For example, if you planted an apple tree and the temperature drops to 2 degrees Fahrenheit, then 90% of the fruit buds will be killed. However, please note that these are not the only reasons why fruit trees fail to bear fruit, a simple research can help you understand more about the factors that you need to consider when growing fruits.
The answer to the question “Why is fruit sugar a better alternative than processed sugar?” is because of these reasons: Processed sugars contain sucrose, high fructose and high glucose. Although our body needs sugar, as what we commonly hear when we were still kids, too much sugar is bad for our health. Hence, a lot of people recommend eating fruit so that it supplement natural sugars that our body needs to function properly.
Natural sugars are what we can get from fruits, vegetables and honey and they are all known sources of glucose and fructose. Both sugars are neither better or worse for the body, but since fruits are also know sources of vitamins, water and antioxidants, it helps our body to process these natural sugars and prevent or slow down the release of insulin.
It is better to eat fruits than drink them because of several reasons:
1) Fruits contain fiber and other nutrients that our body needs to function properly in our daily needs. Once fruits are juiced, they lose all those nutrients,
2) Fruit juice is not as heavy and rich as solid fruits. When we eat fruits, we can easily tell whether we are full or not, but when we drink fruit juices, we will then face the risk of overconsuming unnecessary kilojoules, and
3) Fruit peels contain different benefits such as anti-inflammatory, anti-allergenic and anti-cancer properties.
When we juice fruits, they simply lose their fruit peels which in turn will equate to the loss of these helpful properties. Although drinking fruit juices is convenient, it all boils down to this single point: Eating whole fruits is better than drinking them.
There is no specific answer to this question because some fruits can grow in any season while others can only grow during a certain period of the year. However, if we are going to talk about which season can we plant and grow more fruits than the rest, then the answer is summer or fall. Some people think that spring is the best season to grow fruits, but this is not the case since some fruits take years and cannot stand the cold breeze from the past winter season.
If you are planning to plant and grow fruits, here are a few fruits which you can grow according to season: Spring – apples, avocado, bananas, pineapple, rhubarb and strawberries. Summer – apples, avocado, banana, blackberries, blueberries, cherries, honeydew melon, mangos, peaches, tomatoes and watermelon. Fall – apples, bananas, mangos, pineapple, and raspberries. Winter – apples, avocado, banana, lemons, oranges, pears and pineapples.
To correctly answer the question “When do fruits start tasting frizzy?”, it should be noted that “frizzy” is not the proper term because it means curly. Thus, the correct question should be: When do fruits start tasting FIZZY? Generally, fruits have four stages of development – first is the cell division, second is the pit hardening, third is cell enlargement and fourth is fruit maturation.
Once the fruit reaches its maturity, they can be harvested, sold and eaten by human beings. However, mature fruits are also susceptible to fruit fermentation, which only means that it is starting to become spoiled or rotten. During this process, fruits began to taste fizzy because bacteria has already been developing and it then converts sugar into alcohol.
The fruit which is based on “When Fruit Ruled the Earth” is an orange. It is worthy to note that When Fruit Ruled the Earth is not exactly a “show” because it is just one episode – the 23rd, to be exact – of the American animated TV series entitled The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange. People would recognize Orange as the main character of the animated TV series entitled The Annoying Orange.
In The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange, it covers the story of Orange, his friends Passion Fruit, Pear, Little Apple, Apple, Grandpa Lemon and Apple, Nerville and Grapefruit. It stars Dane Boedigheimer, Justine Ezarik, Robert Jennings and Harland Williams, to name a few and ran for two seasons from May 28, 2012 to March 17, 2014.
To correctly answer this question, it should be noted that the fruits which are in the Fruits and Nuts season chart depend on different growing regions. For example: San Francisco and Oregon both are two separate places with different produce and harvest times. For the purpose of answering this question, we can take for example the Fruits Seasonality Chart of San Francisco. Here are a few of examples of fruits present in their season chart:
Almonds which are in season from August to November, apples which are in season from August to November, apricots which are in season from May to July, apriums which are in season from May to June, Asian pears from September to November, avocados from February to November, blackberries from May to October, and walnuts which are in season on October.
Whenever we go at our local supermarkets, we sometimes see fruits and vegetables that are typically sold out the moment they become available. This situation really depends on whether they are in season or not. First: Off Season – We can buy lots of fruits and vegetables while they are in season and they never get sold out, but during off season and people start buying them for their everyday needs and that is when they become in demand to the public.
The reason for this is because shortage of fruits and vegetable makes people think that they need to buy more. Second: During their Season – A perfect example is the nearing Halloween. Pumpkins are in demand during Halloween so people who want to decorate their house will simply go to the market and buy this kind of vegetable.