family fruit 2, inc.
2200 hylan blvd.
staten island, new york, 10309
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
FEBRUARY 03, 2014
NYS DOS ID#
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2014 - FAMILY FRUIT 2, INC.
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- Fig Tree Borer Treatment: Learn How To Manage Fig Borers
By Kristi Waterworth - Tuesday Jun 6, 2017
By Kristi Waterworth Figs are beautiful additions to your edible landscape, with their big shapely leaves and umbrella-like form. The fruit these amazing and tough plants produce is just icing on the cake that is the fig tree. Although they’re generally pretty easy to grow, there are a few difficult problems that fig growers can come across. One in particular, fig tree borers, have left many a fig owner frustrated and frazzled. About Fig Tree Insect Pests Among common pest insects of figs, the fig borers (family Ceramycidae) are unquestionably the most annoying and frustrating to manage. These long-horned beetles lay their eggs under the fig bark near the base of the trunk in early summer, giving their larvae plenty of time to develop before cooler temperatures set in. At about two weeks old, the white grub-like larvae will begin to bore into the wood of infected figs, where they
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- Direct your own movies in Toontastic 3D with our new Cars 3 and Fruit Ninja themes!
Wednesday Jun 14, 2017
As parents, we watch our kids craft stories every day—remixing and reimagining the world around us in fantastic adventures that rival many Hollywood screenplays. The stories we tell them inspire their imaginations—while toys, crayons and sofa cushions become props for their performances.
In January, we released a playful storytelling app called Toontastic 3D for kids (and kids at heart) to draw, animate, narrate and record their own cartoons. Since then kids have created 2.5 million cartoons with 24,000 hours of content. That’s nearly three years worth of swashbuckling adventures, intergalactic explorations, inquisitive science reports and inventive design pitches.
Toontastic works a lot like a digital puppet theater—you simply choose a setting, cast your characters, and play! As you move your character on screen, the app records your animations and your voice as a cartoon video. The built-in characters and settings make creating your cartoon really easy, but like dolls and action figures, they also empower kids to tell great stories.
Today, we’re adding new characters and settings to Toontastic that are sure to spark the creativity of kids around the world. Inspired by Disney•Pixar’s new movie “Cars 3” releasing this week, kids can now create their very own cartoons with Lightning McQueen and Mater as well as new characters Jackson Storm, Cruz Ramirez and Miss Fritter. Two playsets from the film are included—the Florida 500 raceway and the Thunder Hollow demolition derby. Kids can also get an inside look into how animated movies are made with a “behind the scenes” tour of Pixar Animation Studios in the app. “Cars 3” characters and playsets can be added to cartoons until September 30.
With the Fruit Ninja theme, kids can slice their way through new adventures based on the YouTube Red Originals Series Fruit Ninja Frenzy Force from Halfbrick Studios. Taking inspiration from the Frenzy Force series inside Toontastic’s Idea Lab, kids can go on to create their own episodes with the heroes Peng, Seb, Niya and Ralph to battle the Clean Bee.
To create your own Cars 3 inspired cartoons and Fruit Ninja adventures, download the updated release of Toontastic 3D today for Android, iOS, and select Chromebooks. Now start your
engines.. er... stories in 3-2-1!
- Fruit Trees For Zone 5: Selecting Fruit Trees That Grow In Zone 5
By Teo Spangler - Thursday Jun 15, 2017
By Teo Spengler Something about ripe fruit makes you think of sunshine and warm weather. However, many fruit trees thrive in chillier climes, including U.S. Department of Agriculture hardiness zone 5, where winter temperatures dip as low as -20 or -30 degrees Fahrenheit (-29 to -34 C.). If you are thinking of growing fruit trees in zone 5, you’ll have a number of options. Read on for a discussion of fruit trees that grow in zone 5 and tips for choosing fruit trees for zone 5. Zone 5 Fruit Trees Zone 5 gets pretty cold in the winter, but some fruit trees grow happily in even colder zones like this. The key to growing fruit trees in zone 5 is to pick the right fruit and the right cultivars. Some fruit trees survive zone 3 winters, where temperatures dip down to -40 degrees Fahrenheit (-40 C.). These include favorites like
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In what has become a seemingly weekly ritual, a series of problems cropped up across the city during the morning rush, including signal issues and a train with mechanical problems.