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Dried Guava
Prices start at : 5.99 USD / 1lb bag

We added a touch of salt to our lightly sweetened dried guava to really enhance its luscious tropical taste. Our dried guava lets you enjoy a truly unique fruit from the tropics. Dried guava is abundant in dietary fiber, vitamins, and minerals.
  • Calories: 144
  • Ingredients: Guava, sugar, citric acid, sulphur dioxide, salt, FD&C Yellow No. 5. Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, soy, and milk products.
United States, New Jersey
How to Ripen Fruit Faster
Temporarily secure plastic sheeting over the sprawling plants. Some plants produce many tens of fruits over the growing season, so keeping on top of fruit removal may prove to be a daily task.
United Kingdom, England
How to grow: Fruit (Trellised) (Growing Guide)
Position Full sun. Harvesting Let experience be your teacher -- taste fruits often as they approach ripeness. Feeding In early spring, mulch over root zone with 1 to 2 inches of good compost.
United Kingdom, England
How to grow: Fruit (Dwarf Tree) (Growing Guide)
You can add a variety of this tree to label what it is and specify spacing or planting times. Crop Rotation Group Miscellaneous ● Soil Average, well drained soil. Frost tolerant All are winter hardy, but cold tolerance and chilling requirements vary...
United Kingdom, England
Growing Fruit: Why Thinning Creates a Better Harvest
Now remove the smallest fruits and any that are awkwardly positioned. Thinning helps to produce bigger, healthier apples How to Thin an Apple Tree So let’s show you how to go about thinning an apple tree.
United Kingdom, England
6 Ways to Extend Your Harvests
Grass clippings are a ready-to-hand source of instant mulch too, and will help to keep plant roots cool and moist in hot, dry weather. It’s naturally full of potassium, which fruit and pod-bearing plants love.
United Kingdom, England
How to grow: Plum Curculio (Growing Guide)
Curculio feeding and egg-laying sites often become starting points for fungal diseases. Preventing Problems: Growing a diversity of plants and maintaining habitat for birds can keep populations from getting out of control.
United Kingdom, England
How to grow: Watermelon (Growing Guide)
Often grown in widely spaced enriched hills, or in well-aged compost heaps that include some soil. Notes Fruit size varies with variety. Harvesting Ripe watermelons sound deep and resonant when thumped, and the curled tendril opposite the melon should...
United Kingdom, England
How to grow: Plum (Large) (Growing Guide)
Mulch after planting, and encircle the trunk with a wire cage or protective pipe to protect the young tree from animal and insect pests. Companions Garlic, Marjoram, Catnip, Cilantro, Rosemary, Parsley, Dill, Marigold and Lovage.
United Kingdom, England
How to grow: Pomegranate (Growing Guide)
Remove dead, broken or crossing branches as well as any suckers that have appeared at the base of the plants. Crop Rotation Group Miscellaneous ● Soil Well-drained alkaline soil.
United Kingdom, England
How to grow: Medlar (Growing Guide)
Healthy medlar trees will bear for decades. Harvesting Can harvest in fall before the fruits are fully ripe or else leave until they ripen if there is no danger of frost. Troubleshooting Medlars are naturally astringent, like persimmons.
United Kingdom, England
How to grow: Apricot (Dwarf) (Growing Guide)
Mulching, watering, feeding, weeding and hard pruning can all help. A wide hole is better than a very deep one. Ripe apricots fall to the ground. Plum curculios feed on buds, flowers and unripe fruits.
United Kingdom, England
How to grow: Apricot (Large) (Growing Guide)
Mulching, watering, feeding, weeding and hard pruning can all help. A wide hole is better than a very deep one. Ripe apricots fall to the ground. Plum curculios feed on buds, flowers and unripe fruits.
United Kingdom, England
How to grow: Nectarine (Large) (Growing Guide)
Elsewhere nectarines need full sun to limit disease and produce high quality fruit. Preventive sprays with organic fungicides are often needed to grow good quality nectarines. The fruit should pull away easily from the tree.
United Kingdom, England
3 Ways to Use Up Your Glut
The exact length of time required to blanch your vegetables depends on the type of vegetable. A few of these techniques hark back to a time when putting aside some of the growing season’s plenty was essential to guarantee survival through the long,...
United Kingdom, England
How to grow: Apple Maggot (Growing Guide)
Newly emerged flies will be attracted to the traps rather than each other, but it is important that the traps be in place before the flies mate and lay eggs. A single female apple maggot fly can lay 300 eggs in her short, 30-day lifespan.
United Kingdom, England
How to grow: Persimmon (Growing Guide)
Persimmons may take seven years to start bearing, and then produce for decades. Crop Rotation Group Miscellaneous ● Soil Fertile, well-drained soil with a slightly acidic pH. Frost tolerant Oriental persimmons tolerate cold to 10°F (-12°C).
United Kingdom, England
How to grow: Fig (Container Grown) (Growing Guide)
Feeding Topdress the root zone with a balanced organic fertilizer each spring, and mulch with well-rotted organic matter year round. Planting and Harvesting Calendar < Back to All Plants Pests which Affect Fig (Container Grown) Aphids (General) Slug Snail
United Kingdom, England
How to grow: Fig (Growing Guide)
Feeding Topdress the root zone with a balanced organic fertilizer each spring, and mulch with well-rotted organic matter year round. Planting and Harvesting Calendar < Back to All Plants Pests which Affect Fig Aphids (General) Slug Snail
United Kingdom, England
How to Dry Chili Peppers
Lay them out onto your trays and set them to dry. Earlier in the year I shared some top tips for growing super-spicy peppers . The thin walls of the fruits make them quick and easy to dehydrate, ensuring a ready supply of crinkle-dry chilies to enjoy...
United Kingdom, England
How to grow: Chili Pepper (Growing Guide)
Spacing Single Plants: 1' 1" (35cm) each way (minimum) Rows: 11" (30cm) with 1' 3" (40cm) row gap (minimum) Sow and Plant Start indoors, and set out seedlings when the soil is settled and warm.
United Kingdom, England
How to grow: Honeyberry (Growing Guide)
Feeding Fertilize in late fall by spreading a 1-inch (2.5 cm) layer of composted manure over the root zones of the plants. They grow well in partial shade along a woodland edge. These cold-natured plants seldom produce well in climates where summer temperatures...
United Kingdom, England
How to grow: Plum (Fan) (Growing Guide)
Mulch after planting, and encircle the trunk with a wire cage or protective pipe to protect the young tree from animal and insect pests. Companions Garlic, Marjoram, Catnip, Cilantro, Rosemary, Parsley, Dill, Marigold and Lovage.
United Kingdom, England
How to grow: Plum (Dwarf) (Growing Guide)
Mulch after planting, and encircle the trunk with a wire cage or protective pipe to protect the young tree from animal and insect pests. Companions Garlic, Marjoram, Catnip, Cilantro, Rosemary, Parsley, Dill, Marigold and Lovage.
United Kingdom, England
How to grow: Melon (Growing Guide)
Often grown in widely spaced enriched hills, or in well-aged compost heaps that include some soil. Notes Fruit size varies with variety. Harvesting Harvest when sound holow if tapped hard.
United Kingdom, England
How to grow: Eggplant (Growing Guide)
Position Full sun. Perfect fruits have shiny skins and only a few immature seeds inside. Companions Catnip, Marigold, Beans, Pepper and Tarragon. Transplant to larger pots if needed.
United Kingdom, England
How to grow: Pear (Espalier) (Growing Guide)
Spacing Single Plants: 11' 5" (3.50m) each way (minimum) Rows: 11' 5" (3.50m) with 11' 5" (3.50m) row gap (minimum) Sow and Plant Prepare a large hole by breaking up the soil and adding plenty of well-rotted organic matter.
United Kingdom, England
How to grow: Cantaloupe (Growing Guide)
To prevent insect problems and encourage early growth, cover seedlings with row cover (fleece) tunnels until they begin to bloom. Troubleshooting Use a paper or other roll-out mulch to prevent weeds.
United Kingdom, England
How to grow: Cherry (Dwarf) (Growing Guide)
A wide hole is better than a very deep one. Feeding Cherries benefit from a mulch of well-rotted organic matter and a feed with a balanced organic fertilizer in spring. Control by swirling a broom head in the nest, then use a stick to scrape the tent...
United Kingdom, England