Arrangement and Cultivars.


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. Leaf Morphology. Two Tribes. ClauseneaeCitreae has 3 SubtribesTriphasiinaeBalsamocitrineaeCitrinae . Fortunella. Four species - Small trees and shrubs.Flowers later than Citrus.Freeze - hardySmall natural product
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´╗┐Arrangement and Cultivars

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Leaf Morphology

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Two Tribes Clauseneae Citreae has 3 Subtribes Triphasiinae Balsamocitrineae Citrinae

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Fortunella Four species - Small trees and bushes. Blooms later than Citrus. Solidify - tough Small natural product "Meiwa" and "Marumi" - round "Nagami" applaud

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Poncirus Two trifoliate spp. trifoliata " Flying Dragon " poyandra Deciduous Thorny, Cold tough, long thistles Makes awesome supports , rootstocks

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Microcitrus Northeastern rainforest Australia Moderate-sized trees. Leaves are unifoliate dimorphic Microcitrus australasica Resistant to tunneling nematode and phytophthora Micro leaves, blossoms, and fruit

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Clymenia Unifoliate sharpen leaves decreasing into short petiole. Branches are thornless. Style shorter than other genuine Citrus and disgrace is bigger and leveled Fruit - ovoid, thin peeled, many oil organs, numerous little seeds.

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Eremocitrus Xerophytic local of Australia Spreading long hanging branches Leaves unifoliate, grayish green, thick, leatherly, and lanceolate. Depressed stomata, solidify tough Ideal xeroscape plant.

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Citrus - Subgenus Eucitrus Vesicles - no harsh or biting oil C. medica (Citrons) Uses - sugar coated peel, Jewish service Exocortis pointer

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Citrus limon (Lemons) Commerce "Lisbon" and "Eureka" Dooryard Meyer (Lemon mixture) Rough Lemon Rootstock

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Lemon Hybrids Lemonage (lemon x sweet orange) Lemonime (lemon x lime) Lemandrin (lemon x mandarin) Eremolemon (Eremocitrus x lemon) - Australian Desert Lemon

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Citrus aurantifolia (Limes) "Key" or "Mexican" limes "Tahiti" or "Persian" limes some are triploids and seedless C. macrophylla (lime-like natural product) Rootstock in California Lemonimes (lime x lemon) Limequats (lime x kumquat)

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Tahiti Lime Persian Lime Bearss Lime ( Citrus latifolia Tanaka) Not developed either in Tahiti or Persian (Iran) Seedless and promoted when still dim green

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C. aurantium - Sour Orange "Seville" in Southern Europe Orange preserves "Bundle" & "Bergamot" - Italy Essential oil Many structures like "Mixed" Rootstock - High quality natural product.

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Sweet orange ( Citrus sinensis ) There are four classes: Common round orange Navels Pigmented oranges Acidless or sugar oranges

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C. sinensis - Sweet Orange Round oranges "Valencia" - Worlds generally demon. \'Parson Brown\', \'Hamlin\', "Pineapple" - US "Shamouti" - Israel "Cadenera" - Spain "Pera" - Brazil

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C. sinensis - Navel Oranges Secondary natural product - simple ID Fresh organic product - Gift packs Lower corrosive in this manner sweeter taste Limonin in juice can be expelled Environmental anxieties Best quality in cooler atmospheres

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Sweet orange, Citrus sinensis (Round orange) "Valencia"

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Valencia Orange, Israel

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Valencia fabrication green and yellow

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Round oranges (for juice) Fortune Fremont

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California Navel Oranges "Washington" most generally developed Old line supplanted by nucellars \'Atwood\', \'Fisher\', "Newhall" are soonest navels \'Path Late\' - late developing, organic product hold well on tree.

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Navel orange \'Washington Navel\'

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Spanish Navels "Navelina" game of "Washington" at Riverside, CA - 1910 Early season, littler tree, and holds well on tree. "Navelate" kind of "Washington" late developing - incredible tree.

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Texas Navels "Washington" - most broadly planted navel in world "Marrs" - appendage game of "Washington" needs unmistakable optional natural product. Early developing, low corrosive. Bring down in limonin.

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Florida Navels "Summerfield" early developing - adjusted to sticky atmosphere. Nucellar determination - F-56-11 most generally utilized as a part of new plantings.

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Brazilian Navels "Baianinha" - "Bahia" appendage brandish Less incredible and littler auxiliary organic product, in this manner Less inclined to natural product drop Adapted to hot, dry atmosphere

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Australian Navels "Leng" real navel orange "Washington" don - 1934 Small size, more slender peel. \'Path Late\' - late season yet subject to regreening and granulation.

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South African Navels South Africa "Palmer" nucellar seedling of "Washington" - 1930s Vigorous, profitable, hold well on tree "Robyn" - cooler area

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Venezuelan Navels \'Cara\' Red tissue even in marsh tropics (strange of blood oranges)

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Pigmented Oranges Grown in Mediterranean atmospheres with hot days and cool evenings. Anthocyanin color instead of lycopene as in grapefruit carotenoid as in oranges \'Tarocco\', \'Sanguinello\', \'Maltaise

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Acidless or Sugar oranges Low corrosive levels Therapeutic properties Succari-Egypt Mosambi-East African/Portuguese

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C. sinensis Hybrids Citranges (sweet x trifoliate) Citrangors (sweet x citrange) Citrangequats (citrange x kumquat) Citrangeremos (citrange x Euremocitrus )

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Citrus reticulata Highly prized for simple peeling (zipper skin). Satsuma amass Primarily developed in Japan Important in Louisiana and for dooryard in Gulf Coast Tangerine gathering Commercial in Fla. - "Dancy" and "Clementine" - profound orange

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Tangerines are little erect trees that fruit toward the end of branches. The branches have a tendency to be erect. The skin is free and is difficult to pick without harm however is the most noteworthy priced natural product. In Florida 10% of tangerines can be legally added to solidified orange concentrated for shading.

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Tangerines along roadside in Japan

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Dancy Tangerine Production issues substitute bearing Susceptible to Alternaria

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Swingle and Tanaka Differ Satsuma C. reticulata - C. unshiu "Dancy" C. reticulata - C. tangerina "Cleopatra" C. reticulata - C. reshni

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More contrasts "Lord" tangor? C. noblis \'Temple\' tangor? C. sanctuary "Calamondin" (C. reticulata x C. ichangensis) C. madurensis

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Breeder\'s Delight "Clementine" and "Sanctuary" deliver just monoembryonic seeds. No nucellars.

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Temple Orange Named after W.C. Sanctuary from FL. Half breed of mandarin and orange

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It is crossover of obscure parentage Fruits are borne terminally so they are helpless against wind. Murcott or Honey Tangerine

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Ponkan (Chinese Honey orange, Nagpur Santra) Widely developed mandarin on the planet Alternate bearing

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Tangerine x Grapefruit "Orlando" tangelo "Minneola" tangelo "Page" orange "Robinson" tangerine "Nova" tangelo "Ugli" tangelo

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Tangelos Commercial - "Orlando" and "Minneola" " Dancy" x "Duncan" Vigorous Freeze solid Weakly parthenocarpic

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Tangelos Continued Fruit set by either Cross fertilization GA3 Which would be best for new market?

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Orlando tangelo Duncan grapefruit x Dancy tangerine leaves container molded dingy

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Orlando Most frosty tough of all comm. citrus with the exception of satsuma. Oblate to subglobose Seedless to 10 - 20 seeds + relationship between\'s organic product size and seed number. Collect between Dec - Jan NH

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Orlando Continued Pollinators "Sanctuary" "Robinson" More Nitrogen required than for round oranges since tree is more enthusiastic.

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Duncan x Dancy Cold-safe Distinct flavor being rich (from Dancy) and tart from Duncan). Minneola Tangelo

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Minneola Vigorous Tree - substantial and spreading Leaves - huge, pointed laminae Petioles - direct size Fruit - extensive obovate with neck Color - Deep ruddy orange.

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Minneola Continued Juice season - astounding Peel decently disciple - finely pebbled Seed 0 - 20 Matures - Jan to March - NH July to August - SH

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Minneola Continued Pollinators are "Sanctuary" and "Robinson" "Orlando" won\'t fertilize "Minneola" Large strong squares set seedless natural products with GA3

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Nova (Clemenvilla, Suntina) Fina Clementine x Orlando tangelo Seedless when become separated from pollinating assortments Spain and Israel

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Page Minneola x Clementine Sensitive to Bromacil Usually alluded to as "orange"

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