Citrus tangelo J.W. Ingram & H.E. Moore
Received as seed from USDA, Sacaton, AZ, 1960.
Rootstocks of accession
Carrizo citrange, C-35 citrange
Season of ripeness at Riverside
November to February
Notes and observations
7/1960: Seeds were extracted from fruit CRC 2610, 8A-39-44. From 20 seeds: 12 singles, 4 doubles; budwood for this accession taken from double seedling. It was decided to run this tangelo through the seed because of the bud-union disorder on Koethen sweet and possibly C. grandis- may have had cachexia-- JAB.
EMN, 4/1987: Large fruit, yellow to medium orange rind color, peels & sections fairly well; tart, grapefruit-like flavor, moderately seedy; most fruit on the ground this date. This accession and Sacaton tangelo CRC 2609 are NOT alike. This has yellow flesh while 2609 has orange flesh.
Not commercially available in California.