Excerpt from Chemical Composition of Some Tropical Fruits and Their Products: I. A Study of Cuban Fruits; II. The Composition of Fresh and Canned Pineapples
While grape fruit and limes grow in a semicultivated or almost wild condition and find a ready sale in the markets of C... uba, no effort is made to export them or to increase the volume of the output. The lemon (citrus limon) grows only in a few private gardens, and the native fruit is never offered for sale, although there seems to be no reason why it should not be cultivated to advantage.
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