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Mar 9, 2021

[Answer] Cultivation of what fruit was once banned in the U.S.?

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...1. Kiwis 2. Bananas 3. Peaches 4. Blackcurrants




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Blackcurrants - In Europe, blackcurrant is a beloved flavor, the star ingredient in jellies, drinks, candy, and much more. But in the U.S., many people have never tasted the sweet-tart fruits. That’s not because they aren't delicious—it's because they can be deadly, at least if you’re a white pine tree. In the 19th century, plant pathologists discovered that blackcurrants spread a fungus that kills white pine trees, which were then a cornerstone of the U.S. timber industry. By the 1910s, Congress had banned the commercial cultivation of blackcurrants and sought to eradicate the berries. In Europe, the reverse happened—white pines were less important than blackcurrant crops, so the trees were sacrificed to protect the fruits. These days, blackcurrant rules are left up to the individual states, many of which have begun cultivating the dark, vitamin C-rich fruits once again.:


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