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Orange (fruit) - Wikipedia

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The orange (specifically, the sweet orange) is the fruit of the citrus species Citrus × sinensis in ... The fruit of the orange tree can be eaten fresh, or processed for its juice or .... The F...

History of the Citrus and Citrus Tree Growing in America - Tytyga.com

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The pleasing appearance of citrus trees and the fruit was mentioned by many ancient travelers, even though the fruit of citrus trees had not evolved to the point  ...

Orange

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Spaniards undoubtedly introduced the sweet orange into South America and .... Degreening does not occur in California where 'Valencia' oranges from one growing area .... While the orange will often come true from seed because of nucellar ...

Just How Many Navel Orange Trees Are There?

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Oct 24, 2014 ... Can you guess how many are in America? ... Orange branches come from the same, amazing 200-year-old tree. So, how did this happen?

Citrus Industry History - Florida Citrus Mutual

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Throughout the ages, the fruit of citrus trees has been a symbol of eternal ... new markets were opened in the northeastern United States and demand for the ...

Blood Oranges | Agricultural Marketing Resource Center

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Juice from U.S.-grown blood oranges is a rarity, but chefs are beginning to take ... The Tarocco blood orange does not develop much red color on the rind, and its flesh is not as ... the highest prices per pound come from sellers located in other states. ... Orange trees need full sun for proper fruit development; therefore correct ...

Where do oranges come from? | Reference.com

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The Spanish took the orange to South America and Mexico, and it was then transported to New Orleans, possibly by the French. From New ... States. Oranges are the most widely grown fruit trees in the world. ... Where does the king cobra live?

Navel Orange Trees are All Clones of Each Other - Today I Found Out

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Jan 19, 2012 ... In 1820, a mutation occurred in a group of sweet orange trees growing ... sent a dozen navel orange seedlings to the United States Department of ... Even though it may look strange, re-greening does not affect nutritional quality or taste. ... There are also proper nouns that come very close to being a perfect ...

washington - Citrus Variety Collection - University of California ...

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Upon its arrival at the U.S. Department of Agriculture in Washington, D.C. it was ... Although the Florida trees did not flourish, those sent to Eliza Tibbets in ... and within a decade the "Washington" navel orange, as it came to be known, was the  ...

the history of citrus in florida - Polk County Schools

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Students will: 1.) Identify the origin of oranges and how they arrived in America;. 2 . ... FLORIDA'S CITRUS HISTORY: Citrus trees are NOT native to Florida. In 1493 , citrus came to ... Where did citrus fruit originally come from? How many years ...