NAVELINA

Orange originated in Califormia around 1910 and introduced in Valencia around 1033. The fuit s slighly ovalated, with smaller navel (comapred to Navel Nashinton variety). It comes early in the season ...

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NOVA / CLEMENVILLA

Fina Clementine and Orlando Tangelo hybrid, it has its origins in Florida. It was introduced in Spain around 1971. Quite sized and dense fruits. Its colour is reddish, shiny, quite spherical and ...

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CLEMENULES

This citrus, the most farmed clementine in Spain, is a mutation of Fina Clementine. It is an easy peeler, seedless and with a very pleasant taste. It has a balanced acid-sugar content, with melting ...

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NAVELATE

Originated in Vinaroz in 1948, it is a spontaneous mutation of Washington Navel which was introduced in 1957. The fruit is smaller to Washington Navel fuits, round and slightly ovalated. Its skin is ...

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FORTUNA

This fruit is Fina clementine and Dancy Mandarine hybrid, originated in Califormina. The fruit was introduced in Spain in 1966, it has a late maturation, medium sized and with an intense reddish ...

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MARISOL

Oroval mutation originated in Betxí (Castellón) around 1970. It is an early clementine, very productive without the necessity to apply special techniques. Although it is has some ...

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ORTANIQUE

Tangor fruit originated in Jamaica and introduced in Spain in 1971. It has a wide harvesting preiod, having a ealy season start and late finish. Its fruit is big, oblate and with an areole which ...

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NAVEL LANE LATE

Australian orange born in 1950 as an spontaneus Washington Navel mutation. Its fruit has a similar size to Washington Navel size, thin skin and less marked navel. It is a very productive ...

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CLEMENVAL

Intense orange colour and big sized fruit. Technical information

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NAVEL POWELL

Australian spontaneous mutation of Navel Washington. The fruit has a shape ranging from flattened to ovoid shape. It has navel. Its skin is thin with a mid adherence tothe pulp. Its juice presents ...

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ORONULES

This fruit is a mutation of the Fina Clementine from Nules (Castellón, Spain) in 1970. It presents a very early maturation and its tree is not too productive. The fruit is small, similar to ...

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MURCOTT

Hybrid born in USA from unknown parents, starting its multiplication in 1922. The tree is quite igorous, with small spines. Polen viability is average, being self-incompatible. ...

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OROGRANDE

Spontaneous mutation of Nules Clementine detect in Murcia in 1978. Its fruits are less flattened than Clemenules fruits and have in their skin less glands although bigger. Its juice content and color ...

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NAVEL BARNFIELD

Australian spontaneous mutation of Navel Washington detected in 1985. The fruit presents a slightly ovoid shape and les size than Navel Lane Late. Its taste is comparable to Navel Lane Late, it ...

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GOLD NUGGET

This fruit is a mandarin variety developed in California m. They are medium sized and with oblate shape. It is moderately easy to peel, being the flesh bright orange, finely-textured, and seedless. ...

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LORETINA

This variety is a mutation of the MArisol. It was detected in Tormos (Alicante) in 1.992. It presents a very intense orange colour, seedless and melting pulp. Its skin is quite thin and very attached ...

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NAVEL CHISLETT

This fruit was identified in 1988 as a late mutation of Navel Washington in Australia. It is seedless, with an improved taste compared with the other late navel oranges, with balanced acid-sweetness ...

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SALUSTIANA

Salustiana oranges has its origins in Valencia by spontaneous mutation aroud 1950 of the Comuna variety. The fruit is rounded or slightly flattened, thin skin and mid to big sized. It also has great ...

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VALENCIA LATE

Originated in Burjassot (Valencia), it has bee the nmost produced orange in Spain around 1978. Its fruits have a medium to big size. with a spherical or slightly oblate shape. Its skin is thin and ...

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BEATRIZ

Spontaneous mutation of Fina Clementina originated in Anna (Valencia). It is a very early and productive variety. Its colour is intense orange with a medium to small size, although bigger than Fina ...

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CLEMENPONS

Clementine variety originated in Pego (Alicante) by spontaneous mutation from a Clemenules variety tree. It is quite productive and has a early production start. The fruit is similar to Clemenules ...

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MIORO

Originated in Vall D’Uxó (Castellón)  as a spontaneous mutation of Fina clementine, the fruit has a melting pulp and a lot of juice. (Patrones y Variedades de cítricos, ...

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HERNADINA

Spontaneous mutation of Fina clementine, it comes from a farm in Picassent (Valencia) around 1966. Its fruit aproximately has the same shape and size than that of Fina clementine, and a grained ...

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NADORCOTT

Hybrid variety originated from the Murcott variety in Morocco. The fruit is very tasty and presents a reddish colour. The variety is parthenocarpic and self-incompatible.(www.ivia.es) Technical ...

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MURTA

Hybrid variety originated form a mutation of Murcortt variety. Its fruit is seedless, with an excelent taste and keeps with good quality in the tree. (www.ivia.es)

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OROGROS

Orogros is a spontaneous mutation from a Oronules tree around 1966 in Vall d'Uxó (Valencia). The fruit size is similar to oronules size, with an intense orange-reddish colour, very ...

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NULESIN

Mutation of Clemenules variety obtained in Valencia. The variety is similar to Clemenules variety although with less seeds. The variety is parthenocarpic and ...

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NEUFINA

Clementine obtained irradiating Clemenules buds. It is seedless and maintain its commercial properties during long time even untile March. 

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CLEMENVERD

Clemenules mutation obtained by irradiation in Valencia in 2002. The color matures late, which allows the fruit to maintain its properties in the tree. The variety is parthenocarpic and ...

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CLEMENRUBI / PRI-23

Early season clementine originated in Loriguilla (Murcia) as mutation of Oronules variety. The variety is parthenocarpic and self-incompatible. (www.ivia.es) Technical information

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