Mandarin, Kinnow - #05
Mandarin, Kinnow - #05

Mandarin, Kinnow - #05

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Your Price: $55.00
October Pick-up
Item#: CP-Man-Kin-05
Availability: Not Available. Details for info only. Local pick up ONLY.
Sold as = Potted, #5
Chill Hours = Cold resistant
Projected Harvest = Mid-season, tendency for alternate bearing
Kinnow, a King-Willowleaf mandarin hybrid, was originally developed at the University of California Research Center, Riverside in 1915 and released in 1935. It is the most widely-planted mandarin in Pakistan. The tree grows vigorously, is cold-resistant and has an upright form, with a strong tendency to alternate bearing (the tendency of fruit trees to produce a heavy crop one year followed by a light crop or no crop the following year). The fruit is oblate with a smooth orange rind that does not peel especially well for a mandarin. The flesh is orange, seedy, and has a rich distinctive flavor. Kinnow matures mid-season and holds well on the tree.

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