pomato


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pomato

(pəˈmeɪtəʊ)
n, pl -toes
(Plants) a hybrid between a tomato and a potato
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In this era of increasing urbanization, scientists are working to produce multi fruit crops that can be cultivated on a small area while can produce more and different fruits in a single time like Pomato, multi-apple and multi-nashi trees which can be grown in small lawns and beside kitchens.
Pomato is a hybrid variety of potato and tomato that is produced by grafting a tomato plant and a potato plant, these plants belongs to Solanaceae family (nightshade).
The basic history of pomato was originally developed in 1977 at the Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology in TA1/4bingen, Germany, and although healthy, the plant produced neither potatoes nor tomatoes.
Pomato plant can be grown by using following steps:
Pomato plants have been seen as a new technology to make food production more efficient, as they maximize the amount of crops that can be produced on a piece of land or in a small urban environment like a balcony.
vice president Horacio Gutierrez: Pomato Apps from Venezuela
If this be so, the union of potato and tomato plants will give rise to a new plant called pomato.
The pomato will be of importance only if it will have the ability to produce potato under the ground and tomato on its upper ground parts.
Using a food processor, blend the pomato mixture until smooth, adding any juices that were left over from the chicken.
McCabe RP, Lamm DL, Haspel MV, Pomato N, Smith KO, Thompson E, Hanna MG Jr.