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Kajsija.

Kajsija (lat. Prunus armeniaca, tur. kayısı), je kontinentalna kostunicava vocka koja zajedno sa sljivama, bademima, breskvama, visnjama i tresnjama pripada rodu Prunus familije Rosaceae.
Kajsije najverovatnije poticu iz predela srednje Azije i severoistocne Kine, iz oblasti u blizini Ruske granice. U Jermeniju su kajsije stigle posle 3000 godina, sireci se duz Puta svile. Odatle su je Rimljani, oko 70. godine pre nove ere, prosirili po celoj Evropi.
Uzgojene sorte kajsija rasirene su sirom planete. Najbolje uspeva u oblastima sa blagom, mediteranskom klimom.
Prolece je bilo dobro za kajsije, dobro su rodile.

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Apricot.

Apricot (Prunus armeniaca Latin, tour. Kayis), a continental stone fruit, which along with plums, almonds, peaches, cherries and cherry Prunus genus belongs to the family Rosaceae.
Apricots probably originate from the region of Central Asia and northeastern China, in the area near the Russian border. In Armenia apricots arrived after 3000 years, spreading along the Silk Road. From there, the Romans, about 70 BC, spread all over Europe.
Grown apricot varieties are spread across the globe. Grow best in areas with mild, Mediterranean climate.
Spring was good for apricots, well born.

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