Product Description

Prunus armeniaca (Apricot)

It is 2-10 m high, with a hairs and hairless tree. The leaves are long and pliers, the edges are toothed, the pointed or curved. The flowers are white or pink in color and come before the leaves. It is yellowish-orange plum, with feathers on the fruit. Although apricot is geographically dispersed almost all over the world, it spreads to European, Central Asian, American and African countries. Turkey is in the first place in the world of wet apricot in the world. Turkey is followed by Spain, Italy, the United States, Iran, France, Greece and the United States. These first group countries are over 100 thousand tons of wet apricot productions. The first group is followed by Morocco, Pakistan, Syria, China, South Africa, Hungary, former Yugoslavia, Romania, Australia.