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 Is a pecan a fruit or vegetable?

Answer The state tree of Texas produces pecans that are, botanically speaking, a fruit. According to Palomar College's W.P. Anderson, most botanists place pecans in the drupe family with other fruits like... Read More »
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When do pecan trees bear fruit?

Depending on the cultivar and the geographic location, pecan trees bear fruit from early to late fall (mid-September to mid-December). Some cultivars begin producing as early as 6 years of age, whi... Read More »
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How is a fruit different from a vegetable?

Fruits have seeds in them but vegetables don't have seeds. Strictly speaking a vegetable is a plant ofr part of one that is used for food other than those reckoned to be fruits.
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Is a fig a fruit or vegetable?

The fig is a tree Ficus Carica grown for its fruit since ancient times, so a fig is a fruit. Botanically all of the plant kingdom are vegetable matter but horticulturally a vegetable is a plant eit... Read More »
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Is a egg a fruit or vegetable?

Neither it is the unborn embryo of a chicken. Fruit is defined as- The ripened ovary or ovaries of a seed-bearing plant, together with accessory parts, containing the seeds and occurring in a wide... Read More »
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