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Persimmons, which originally came from
Click the link to be directed to GRIN (Germplasm Resources Information Network) to view crop information on the Persimmon collection. To view a list of the Diospyros accessions, browse through the list of holdings at the Davis Repository on the GRIN website.
Questions about our persimmon collection can be directed to Jenny Smith
Links to non-federal persimmon related sites:
Some information for this page was obtained from: The Complete Book of Fruits. D. Pijpers, J.G. Constant, and K. Jansen. Gallery Books,
Actinidia (kiwifruit) Diospyros (persimmon) Ficus (fig) Juglans (walnut) Olea (olives) Morus (mulberry) Pistacia (pistachio) Prunus (peach, plum, apricot, cherry, almond, and related species) Punica (pomegranate) Vitis (grape)