TANGERINE

TANGERINE

Packaging:
9 kg open top carton boxes 30x40x18
10 kg open top carton boxes 30x40x20
15 kg open top carton boxes 40x60x18 satsuma

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9KG OPEN TOP CARTON BOXES
10KG OPEN TOP CARTON BOXES
15KG OPEN TOP CARTON BOXES

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SATSUMA > NOT AVAIBLE NOW
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Tree moderately vigorous but slow-growing; medium-small, spreading and drooping; very productive.
Seeds: 0-6, but rarely present.
Fruit of good quality which, because of the firm consistency of the flesh and tough carpellary membrances, is especially suitable for fresh consumption and canning.
It is durable to transport and storage, and has high yield. Fruit has a thin skin and easy peeler. It has a high quality taste and flavour. Seedless. Harvested by end of September, begining of November.
Fruit is medium to small and shaped like a flattened sphere
Season: October - December

MINEOLA > IN STOCK
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Fruit large, oblate to obovate; neck usually fairly prominent; seeds comparatively few, with greenish cotyledons.
 Rind color deep reddish-orange; medium-thin, with smooth, finely pitted surface, and moderately adherent (medium loose-skin).  
Segments 10 to 12 and axis small and hollow.  
Flesh orange-colored; tender, juicy, aromatic; flavor rich and tart.  
Medium late in maturity.
Has a tinge of sour in weet taste. Easy peeler. Large in size. Late season
Season: 15 December – 31 February

NOVA > IN STOCK
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Fruit much like Orlando in size and form, medium-large, oblate to subglobose and without neck; base slightly rounded; apex nearly flat.
Rind thin, leathery, moderately adherent but easily peelable; surface slightly pebbled; color deep yellowish-orange at maturity (deeper than Orlando).
Segments about 11, easily separable; central axis medium in size and open.
Flesh color deep orange; juicy; flavor pleasant.
Seeds numerous in mixed plantings, polyembryonic, and with light green cotyledons.    
Season: November- February

DOBASHI BENI > NOT AVAIBLE NOW
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Fruit medium, sometimes slightly necked.
Orange-colored but commonly matures prior to development of good color. Navel frequently present. Rind thin, easily separable.
Segments 10 to 12 -colored; tender and melting; flavor rich and subacid.
Pulp-vesicles short and broad.
The fruit is especially attractive with the orange-red color.
Trees are very strong and one of the best varieties that is difficultly effected by frost.
Season: 01 October – 31 November

W.MURCOTT > IN STOCK
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Fruit medium in size, firm, both base and apex flattened or slightly depressed.  
Rind thin, color yellowish-orange at maturity. Flesh orange-colored; tender, very juicy; flavor very rich and sprightly.  
Seeds small, few to numerous, and cotyledons white. Holds only moderately well on tree with some granulation but does not puff.  
Ships exceptionally well. Excellent colour. Easy peeler. Seldomly seeded. Large size. Late season
There have been a good plantation in Turkey and in 5 years 1 million tone of production is expected.
Season: January – February

TANGO > IN STOCK
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The Tango tangerine is a mid to late season variety mandarin. Medium in size by mandarin standards the Tango tangerine has a squat shape and smooth skin.
It thin vivid orange hued rind is easy to peel once the fruit is mature.
The Tango tangerine has an exceptionally juicy inner flesh and can be divided into 9 to 10 nearly seedless segments.
Tango tangerines offer a sweet citrus flavor with mild sour notes. Its rind is rich with citrus oil and aromatic when pierced or muddled.
The mid- to late-season, easy-to-peel Tango has a global reputation for high Quality.
The plantation of Tango is incresing in Turkey.
Season: 15 December- 31 February

MANDORA (ORTANIQUE) > IN STOCK
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The fruit is medium in size, obovate in shape, and has a pebbled, dark orange rind.
The flesh is orange-colored, tender, and exceptionally juicy.
The flavor is rich and sweet.
Ortanique is usually late in maturity, and the fruit holds very well on the tree.
This delicious fruit is similar to the mandarin and for its flavour it is similar to the tangerine and the orange; it has to be consumed mainly as a juice. It can be also used for glazes, preserves and jams.
Season: 15 January – 31 March

MIHO WASE > NOT AVAIBLE NOW
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Miho Wase is the earliest maturing Satsuma.
It has very good internal fruit quality being juicy and plump, with a mild tang to balance the sweetness and the typical refreshing blandness of a Satsuma.
The pale orange coloured rind is very easy to remove.
Has a high sugar and juice content and very popular in export markets.
Season: 15 September – 31 October

PRIMASOL > NOT AVAIBLE NOW
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Primasol is an early satsuma-type variety. It is not a pure satsuma, and although the flavour is similar, it lacks its acidity.
The fruit shape is quite round, and it feels more firm.
The peel is yellow-orange, and on removal can leave some pith around the segments, which are firm, juicy and seedless.
Primasol is a cross between a satsuma and a Clementine.
Season: 15 September – 31 October


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