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AVOCADO Persea americana (Mill) of the family Lauraceae, Common Name: Avocado, Alligator Pear (English)
Avocados ripen in a few days at room temperature (faster if stored with other fruits such as apples or bananas, because of the influence of ethylene gas). Premium supermarkets sell pre-ripened avocados treated with synthetic ethylene to hasten the ripening process.

A ripe avocado yields to gentle pressure when held in the palm of the hand and squeezed. The flesh is prone to browning and turns brown quickly after exposure to air. To prevent this, lime or lemon juice can be added to avocados after they are peeled.
Benefits of the Avocado in India
How can an avocado be the promise of the future for India?
Having more nutrition than any other fruit in the New World, it is considered to be the most important contribution to human diet in the New World.

Avocados have the highest energy value of any fruit. It also is rich in proteins and fat, and yet low in carbohydrates. Holding many valuable vitamins and minerals, the avocado is the fruit of promise in India.
Where & How
Avocados are grown scattered in southern tropical states like Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka, and Maharashtra.

Avocados are grown at higher elevations frequently, to prevent soil erosion. An avocado can withstand poor drainage and water logging.
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