Plant three years Synsepalum dulcificum grafted
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The miraculous fruit or Synsepalum dulcificum is a red berry, this plant is native to West Africa. The pulp of this fruit makes the taste of other foods sweet. This active ingredient called miraculina, is a glycoprotein molecule which has the effect that all this sweet or bitter acid. This fruit is worth a try and study their commercial production for their interesting properties as a substitute for artificial sweeteners.
Berry has a low sugar content and a slightly sweet taste. When the fruit is eaten, the miraculina binds to the taste buds of the tongue, causing sour foods to taste sweet, this amazing effect lasts between one and two hours after tasting a fresh berry. This fruit is still raging in USA in pubs and cocktail meetings tasting different foods to see the specials effects of changing tastes. Required for growing an acid soil, such as peat blond or heathland for example, water for irrigation should not have salt or high pH, they do not like overwatering and application of micro-elements in their nutrition love, in their early years they should not be exposed to direct sunlight.
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