Kiwifruit

Kiwifruit (often shortened to kiwi outside Australia and New Zealand) or Chinese gooseberry is the edible berry of several species of woody vines in the genus Actinidia. The most common cultivar group of kiwifruit (Actinidia deliciosa 'Hayward') is oval, about the size of a large hen's egg: 5–8 centimetres (2–3 inches) in length and 4.5–5.5 cm (1 3⁄4–2 1⁄4 in) in diameter. It has a thin, fuzzy, fibrous, tart but edible light brown skin and light green or golden flesh with rows of tiny, black, edible seeds. The fruit has a soft texture with a sweet and unique flavour. In …

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Government of New Zealand · 23 May 2024 English

Todd McClay. “The EPA decision introduces appropriate environmental safeguards which will allow kiwifruit and other growers to use Hi-Cane responsibly,” Ms Simmonds says. Hi-Cane enables plants to bloom

appropriate environmental safeguards which will allow kiwifruit and other growers to use Hi-Cane responsibly,” good decision for a major export sector.  “The kiwifruit industry is a significant contributor to the economy


EU: European Union · 21 March 2024 English

08104000 0 Cat B (10 yrs) 081050 Fresh kiwifruit 08105000 0 Cat B (10 yrs) 7921/24 ADD cranberries, fruits of the genus Vaccinium, kiwifruit, durians, persimmons, black-, white- and redcurrants cranberries, fruits of the genus Vaccinium, kiwifruit, durians, persimmons, black-, white- and redcurrants


EU: European Union · 21 March 2024 English

Subheading Level Base Rate Basket 081050 Fresh kiwifruit free Cat E (excl) 081060 Fresh durians free cranberries, fruits of the genus Vaccinium, kiwifruit, durians, persimmons, black-, white and redcurrants


EU: European Union · 8 February 2024 English

Vaccinium free Cat E (excl) 081050 Fresh kiwifruit free Cat E (excl) 081060 Fresh durians free cranberries, fruits of the genus Vaccinium, kiwifruit, durians, persimmons, black-, white and redcurrants


EU: European Union · 1 February 2024 English

0% Cat D (20 yrs) 081050 Fruit, edible; kiwifruit, fresh 08105000 0% Cat D (20 yrs) 081060


UNFCCC: United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change · 11 December 2023 English

– for example, where certain crops, such as kiwifruit, can be grown. It will also change the timing


INREA: National Institute for research in technical sciences for the environment and agriculture · 16 November 2023

ringspot, mottle and vein yellowing of leaves kiwifruit (Actinidia spp.) (Actinidiaceae) China mechanical chlorotic spots and/or leaf mosaic symptoms kiwifruit (Actinia spp.) (Actinidiaceae) China / 6 [39] C. 8.1.3. Actinidia-Infecting Emaraviruses In kiwifruit, two distinct emaraviruses have been reported virus (AcCRaV), the first emaravirus reported in kiwifruit is associated with ringspots, vein yellowing, genome segments and was detected in different kiwifruit species. Double-membrane-bound bodies resembling


Climate Change Commission | He Pou a Rangi · 16 November 2023

Ko ngā wāhanga he aro ki te Kāwanatanga anō te whakarite i ngā ahunga whakapiki i te nui o ngā waka pūhiko, tewhakawhiti Kei raro i te ngā matapae Kāwanatanga …

submitters agreed with horticulture (particularly kiwifruit) as a way the Commission that if Aotearoa New


INREA: National Institute for research in technical sciences for the environment and agriculture · 16 November 2023 French

regulation. Mitalo et al. show that many aspects of kiwifruit ripening can be triggered by ethylene treatment ethylene-dependent and support the notion that in kiwifruit ethylene and low temperature-induced ripening


INREA: National Institute for research in technical sciences for the environment and agriculture · 13 November 2023 English

fruit trees such as sweet cherry, peach, apricot, kiwifruit, and grapevine, its molecular mechanism of action


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