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  1. photo <b>Pluots</b>PluotsArticle
    Contents: Season for Pluots Pluots Described How to Buy and Store Pluots How to Cook Pluots Health Benefits of Pluots Why Buy Natural and Organic Pluots Season for Pluots MayRead more
  2. photo Delicious Math! Apricot + Plum = <b>Pluot</b>Delicious Math! Apricot + Plum = PluotArticle
    Take a plum and an apricot, put them together, and what do you get? It depends! Pluots, apriums, apriplums and plumcots are all different kinds of plum-apricot hybrids… but whatRead more
  3. photo Possible Listeria contamination prompts nationwide fruit recallPossible Listeria contamination prompts nationwide fruit recallNews
    and pluots distributed by Wawona Packing Co. in Central California between July 1 and July 12. Wegmans Food Markets, Inc., has also recalled various baked goods containing fresh fruit from Wawona Packing CoRead more
  4. photo Meatless Monday Roundup: 4 Stone Fruit RecipesMeatless Monday Roundup: 4 Stone Fruit RecipesArticle
    mirabelle plums, pluots, apriplums, donut peaches…? It seems as though every farmer has their own delicious version of these fantastic fruits, and we’re excited to try them all in sweet and savory dishesRead more
  5. photo You Say Tomato, I Say Pomato: Err, Hybrid Fruits?You Say Tomato, I Say Pomato: Err, Hybrid Fruits?Article
      It’s given us such strange fruits like the pomato, the blood lime and the pluot: Hybridization. It sounds like something out of a sci-fi movie, but the act of cross-pollinating plants to makeRead more

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Pluots, apriums, apriplums, or plumcots, are some of the hybrids between different Prunus species that are also called interspecific (or IS) plums. In the United States and Canada, these fruits are known by most regulatory agencies as interspecific plums.[citation needed] Whereas plumcots and apriplums are first-generation hybrids between a plum parent (P. salicina or P. cerasifera or their...More