A helicopter is used to dry out this fruit after a rainy day, to prevent it from splitting open?
Correct Answer: cherry
Helicopters can dry cherry farms after a long run of rainy weather. If almost ripe cherries become soaked from the rainstorms, they will rot and become non-editable. It's physically impossible to go around and try to dry off millions of cherries by hand. Adding blowers to tractors is the most common approach to drying the cherries and the most cost-efficient. It takes more time to use tractors with blowers (50 minutes) versus a helicopter, which can dry an acre in 5 minutes. The cost of flying the aircraft can range from $800-$1,400 and are a little annoying to anyone living close to the cherry farm. As it is not the farmers' first choice, drying cherries with a helicopter is an effective way to save a crop from an unfortunate outcome.
Cherries are small marble shaped fruit that comes in a variety of flavors and colors. There are two major categories for tasting a cherry, tart and sweet. Their colors can vary from deep blackish-red to yellow. All cherries are highly nutritious and packed with fiber, vitamins, and minerals.
One cup of cherries without pits will contain 77 calories. One cherry cup has a daily value containing the health benefits with 268 mg of Potassium, 2.5 g of Dietary fiber, 25% of Vitamin C, and 5% of Vitamin B-6.