Seedless Oranges?


Naval oranges are seedless. Naval oranges look like they have a navel on the end where the stem wasn't connected. They have an easy-to-remove peel and segments that separate cleanly. Though not normally used as a juice orange, the Naval can be juiced, but the juice must be used immediately or it will become bitter.
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Imported from Brazil to Washington, D.C. in 1870, the navel orange was introduced into Florida and California. All navals are descended from a single seedless orange tree from a Brazilian
A Mandarin.
The navel is a seedless orange, oval with thick, easy-to-remove peel and segments that
A seedless mutant was discovered in Brazil in 1800. Shoots from that tree and its descendants are grafted to roots from some other variety of orange and that is how all seedless oranges
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