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Shut up and eat your pie!

If jaffa oranges have no seeds, how do they reproduce?

I like to eat cake and sneeze on people, so watch out!

I would write more but bacon fat is dripping on the keyboard

HAHA Everything you talk about evolves around food :D(Y):lol:

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Shut up and eat your pie!

If jaffa oranges have no seeds, how do they reproduce?

I like to eat cake and sneeze on people, so watch out!

I would write more but bacon fat is dripping on the keyboard

HAHA Everything you talk about evolves around food :D(Y):lol:

What are you on about?

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Im not a floppy hat wearing chef no! lol :P

I just wondered because I was talking about jaffa cakes to a mate and she had no idea they had no seeds in them. :o wow

And yes T-MAGura I do love my food, but im not a fatty :P

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They have no seeds due to not really needing them.

Oranges grow on trees. Tree's are grown in specialist nurseries. These nurseries take cuttings off of older trees, and graft (attach) these to a root system. This produces a specific type of orange tree, ie, seedless fruit producing!

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nah, i learned this in gcse biology, its somthing to do with the orange not actually bing fertilised but it thinks it is :P

Brainwashing oranges eh? That must be illegal

haha William very funny :huh: you obese baboon :);):P

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Like previous posts have said cuttings/clones, but thinking about it these would still produce seeds?

more than likely GM produced taking out the part which produces the seeds

its all about the GM, i asked my dad this Q some years (he owns a fruit&vegshop/warehouse) and he explained that the fruits are chemically treated during the early stages of development.

and it dosent stop at oranges you can also get grapes that are seedless.

Bucky

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its all about the GM, i asked my dad this Q some years (he owns a fruit&vegshop/warehouse) and he explained that the fruits are chemically treated during the early stages of development.

and it dosent stop at oranges you can also get grapes that are seedless.

Bucky

yeah so I thought :)

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