Sea of Galilee nurseries

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to secure your avocado seedlings from Sea of Galilee Nurseries

Sea of Galilee nurseries

Why choose Sea of Galilee Nurseries for your avocado seedlings? We take pride in providing premium seedlings that are carefully selected and imported from lsrael, known for their expertise in avocado cultivation. Our seedlings are nurtured with care to ensure healthy growth and high yields. Plus, as a subsidiary of Green2000, a trusted name in the agriculture industry, we bring decades of experience and expertise to support our farmers every step of the way. Avocado trees take time to mature, so it’s crucial to plan ahead and secure your seedlings before they run out of stock. Contact us today to place your order or visit our nursery in Lusaka to see our seedlings seedlings in person


The avocado (Persea americana) originated in Mexico,
Central or South America, and was first cultivated in Mexico as early as 500 BC (Duester, 2000; Rainey et al., 1994; California Avocado Commission, 2011). The first English language mention of avocado was in 1696. In 1871, avocados were first introduced to the United States in Santa Barbara, California, with trees from Mexico. By the 1950s, there were over 25 avocado varieties commercially packed and shipped in California, with Fuerte accounting for about two-thirds of the production. As the large-scale expansion of the avocado industry occurred in the 1970s, the Hass avocado cultivar replaced Fuerte as the leading California variety and subsequently became the primary global variety.


The Hass avocado contains about 136 g of pleasant, creamy, smooth texture edible fruit covered by a thick dark green, purplish black, and bumpy skin. The avocado seed and skin comprise about 33% of the total whole fruit weight (USDA, 2011). Avocados are a farm-to-market food; they require no processing, preservatives or taste enhancers. The avocado’s natural skin eliminates the need for packaging and offers some disease and insect resistance, which allows them to be grown in environmentally sustainable ways. This review provides the first comprehensive literature summary of the published nutrition and health research related to the avocado and its major components.

Dreher, M. L., & Davenport, A. J. (2013). Hass avocado composition and potential health effects. Critical reviews in food science and nutrition, 53(7), 738-750.

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