Welcome and thank you for visiting the UCR Citrus Variety Collection website! Here you will find information on more than 1,000 different varieties of citrus and citrus relatives residing in one of the leading citrus germplasm collections in the world.
Today, with approximately 4,500 trees of nearly 1100 cultivars and species of citrus and related taxa, the CVC is one of the most extensive collections of citrus diversity in the world. This collection includes both commercial and historic citrus cultivars as well as other genera and species in the Aurantioideae subfamily of the Rutaceae.
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The Givaudan Citrus Variety Collection is a resource for research and outreach activities as it has been since the collection was first established in 1910. Learn more about recent and current research projects utilizing the collection.