Massive crop from Temple-era data palm

Hannah, one of the Judean date palms at Kibbutz Ketura that was grown from a 2,000-year-old seed (see here previously), has produced a huge crop of dates this year. It dwarfs the 111 dates produced last year and visitors to the kibbutz’s research center might even be able to buy some.  (video shows last year’s crop being harvested) (video explaining the history of the project)

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