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The kara mandarin: Tangerine-type, late spring fruit of excellent eating considquality is promising

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James W. Cameron, University of California
Robert K. Soost, University of California

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California Agriculture 7(7):4-4.

Published July 01, 1953

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Abstract

The Kara mandarin is a tangerine-type citrus fruit, which was first described in 1935. Its parents were the Satsuma mandarin and the King-probably a tangor. Because of its high quality, additional studies were made in 1952 on the behavior of the Kara.

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H. B. Frost, Associate Plant Breeder, Emeritus, University of California, Riverside, introduced the Kara mandarin in 1935.

The kara mandarin: Tangerine-type, late spring fruit of excellent eating considquality is promising

James W. Cameron, Robert K. Soost
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The kara mandarin: Tangerine-type, late spring fruit of excellent eating considquality is promising

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Authors

James W. Cameron, University of California
Robert K. Soost, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 7(7):4-4.

Published July 01, 1953

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

The Kara mandarin is a tangerine-type citrus fruit, which was first described in 1935. Its parents were the Satsuma mandarin and the King-probably a tangor. Because of its high quality, additional studies were made in 1952 on the behavior of the Kara.

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Author notes

H. B. Frost, Associate Plant Breeder, Emeritus, University of California, Riverside, introduced the Kara mandarin in 1935.


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