CLEMENRUBÍ OR PRI 23 CLEMENTINE
This variety has a high production of fruit and early marketing. It possesses an attractive and intense reddish orange colour. The pulp is tender with a good juice content and a pleasant taste. Because of its early ripeness it does not need skin treatment. The fruit is easy to peel.
- Harvest calendar: Between September 25 and October 30.
Any early Clementine variety. Its fruits are small, with an attractive intense reddish colour, when it reaches natural maturity. The rind has a soft consistency and slight adherence, which makes it easy to peel.
- Harvest calendar: Between September 30 and November 10.
This variety has a high production of fruit and early marketing. The tree is vigorous and large in size, with open growth habit. Its leaves are light green and of different sizes.
The fruit is between small to medium in size, spherical and slightly rounded, orange in colour and doesn´t tend to puff. It has a thin rind that is very attached to the pulp, with many eye-catching and large essential oil glands.
- Harvest calendar: Between October 10 and December 20.
The fruit is an intense orange colour, seedless and with a pulp that melts in the mouth. The rind is thin and very attached to the pulp which keeps it in perfect condition and it does not tend to puff. Its maturity index, between one and two weeks, is ahead of the Marisol Mandarin. It's also superior in colour, external appearance and internal quality, even though it is smaller in size. An early harvest Clementine variety.
The medium size fruit with spherical shape.
- • Harvest calendar: Between October 1 and November 20.
An early harvest Clementine variety. Its fruit is identical to the Nules clementine, with a sphere shape, flattened at the ends and a good size. It peels easily. When you squeeze the rind of the fruit, it has a characteristic aroma reminiscent of fennel.
- Harvest calendar: Between October 1 and November 25.
Also known as Clemenules or Clementina de Nules, it produces a good size fruit, orange in colour and easy to peel. It has an important content of high quality juice with adequate levels of sugars and total acids. The pulp melts in the mouth and it hardly leaves residue when eaten. Early harvesting and performed in various stages depending on flowering. It is the quintessential mandarin.
It has a good size fruit and it has an important content of high quality juice. It is seedless.
- Harvesting calendar: Between November 1 and January 30.
A Clementine variety medium in size, with a flattened shape and bright orange colour. The base of the fruit stays greenish and its skin is thin and easy to peel. The pulp is juicy, great quality and its juice content reaches 50%.
- Harvest calendar: Between January 1 and February 15.
It is a late season variety; harvesting can take place from March provided it has reached a high level of ripeness, because otherwise the fruits are too acidic.
Characterised for being a hybrid variety. The fruit is a good size, with a very eye-catching orange colour and with a high juice content, slightly acidulous. The rind is very attached to the pulp so peeling is difficult.
- Harvesting calendar: Between February 25 and April 30.
Characterised for being a hybrid variety. The fruit is medium to large in size with an eye-catching reddish orange colour. It doesn't tend to puff, if has a spherical shape somewhat flattened. The rind is leathery, thin and shiny and very attached to the pulp, so it peels with difficulty.
- Harvest calendar: Between December 1 and February 5.