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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 ..... Vene...

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 ...

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?

Texas Citrus Learning Center - Teach Children About Texas Citrus

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Citrus. Fruits that grow on evergreen trees in subtropical regions around the world. Citrus fruits .... When did citrus finally arrive in North America? It is thought  ...

Blood Oranges | Agricultural Marketing Resource Center

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The Tarocco blood orange does not develop much red color on the rind, and its flesh is ... In the United States, the price per pound for blood oranges fluctuates greatly. ... the highest prices per pound come from sellers located in other states. ... blood oranges require the same management practices as other orange trees.

Lemon, Lime, Orange, Tangerine, Grapefruit | Fruit Crops

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Originally classified with citrus, kumquat trees were then moved to their own genus, named after .... WORLD AND UNITED STATES CITRUS PRODUCTION.

Oranges - Food Source Information - Colorado State University

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Jan 22, 2016 ... In the United States, Florida was the top producer of oranges for juicing, ... One of the original two parent Navel trees that all Washington Navels .... as potential biological contamination does not come into contact with the fruit.

Where Can I Buy Some Seeds to Grow a Navel Orange Tree? - The ...

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Aug 30, 2016 ... Excuse Me, Do You Have Any Navel Orange Tree Seeds for Sale? Just the other day I ... The Navel Orange Comes to America. Two years after ...

Why farmers and scientists are rushing to save citrus - CNN.com

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There was a time when Matt McLean stood amid orange trees off Highway 27 and saw gold. ... tornado-proof vault in Colorado that could rebuild the nation's citrus groves if disease does indeed wipe them out. Florida still produces 59% of America's oranges. ... trees. "We're trying to come up with alternatives," McLe...

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The history of citrus in California - California Bountiful

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In the 1840s, it was the site of the state's first commercial citrus farm, planted by a ... The fruit was actually a mutation from an orange tree that grew in a Brazilian ... In 1893, they did just that and formed the Southern California Fruit Exchange, ...

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

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Jan 19, 2012 ... Today I found out navel orange trees are all perfect clones of one another and all originate from a single tree in Brazil. In 1820, a ... Even though it may look strange, re-greening does not affect nutritional quality or taste. It only affects the ... Each year, the United States grows over 25 billion oranges. With tha...

orange | fruit | Britannica.com

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Mar 24, 2015 ... The chief orange-growing states in the United States are Florida, California, Texas, and Arizona, in that order. The world production of all kinds ...