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Citrus excelsa (CRC 2316)

Le Nestour, Limon Real

CRC 2316
PI 539192, 109632


Source

Received as budwood from the Philippine Islands, 1930.


Parentage/origins

Parents unknown


Rootstocks of accession

Carrizo citrange, Yuma Ponderosa lemon


Season of ripeness at Riverside

Unknown at this time.


Notes and observations

EMN, 1986: This is listed as a member of the Papeda group because it was so listed in the old accession book. However TCI, Vol. I, pp 364, puts it under aurantifolia in a table of comparison of major classification systems. What is it?

EMN, 1/14/1988: The Citrus Industry doesn't give a description of C. excelsa so here it is: A medium size fruit- medium yellow, basically smooth but variably bumpy. Round with flattened base and blunt nose surrounded by a depressed ring. Rind thin; seedy, flesh ricey, white to yellow, very sour. Used as an indicator plant for tatterleaf- citrange stunt.


Availability

Not commercially available in California.


USDA Germplasm Resources Information Network page for Citrus excelsa (CRC 2316)

 

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Photos by David Karp and Toni Siebert, CVC.
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