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citrus aurantifolia

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Key Lime - Citrus aurantifolia
... Citrus aurantifolia Key Lime Citrus aurantifolia a.k.a. Mexican Lime, West Indian Lime Small lime, ripening to ... Citrus australis Australian Round Lime Citrus garrowayi Mount White Lime Citrus hystrix Kaffir Lime Citrus junos Yuzu Citrus inodora Russel River Lime Citrus limon 'Ponderosa' Ponderosa Lemon Citrus maxima Pummelo Citrus medica var. etrog Etrog Citron Citrus mitis Calamondin Citrus Citrus ...
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South Florida Tropicals: Lime
... lime is a citrus fruit that grows in South Florida and other tropical areas. There are two major types: Mexican or Key limes (Citrus aurantifolia), and Persian or Tahiti limes (Citrus x "Tahiti"). The ... , but not as pretty, so use them as soon as possible. Whole limes, like all citrus, do not freeze well. To freeze lime juice, squeeze and freeze in ice cube trays ...
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El Limón Criollo en Florida
... . Campbell, C.F. Balerdi and J.H. Crane2 Otros nombres comunes: limón sutil Nombre científico: Citrus aurantifolia Swingle. Familia: Rutaceae Origen: Sur de Asia. Distribución: Se cultiva en las regiones tropicales, subtropicales ...
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Citrus in the garden
... flesh that is juicy and sweet, lacking the acid and bitterness of normal grapefruit. Limes (Citrus aurantifolia) Limes are suitable for growing only in frost-free sites. They do well in ... insects, Queensland fruit fly, bronze orange bug, spined citrus bug, mites, citrus leaf miner, aphids and citrus butterfly caterpillars are common pests of citrus. There are several types of scale insect: White ...
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ICPP98 Paper Number 6.13
... Texas, about 500 miles from the major citrus area. The samples were tested for CTV by enzyme linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA). Mexican lime (Citrus aurantifolia Swingle) plants were inoculated with CTV ... indicator plants. A program of mass production of virus-free citrus planting material was initiated in cooperation with the citrus industry using shoot tip grafting and indexing techniques. Other ...
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Lime - Exotic Tropical Fruit - Cape Tribulation
... SANTOL SAPODILLA SOURSOP STAR APPLE SWEETSOP WAX JAMBU WHITE SAPOTE YELLOW MANGOSTEEN Lime - West Indian (Citrus aurantifolia Swingle) A very small round lime which has numerous seeds, and a strong flavour. Used ...
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Key Lime, Mexican Lime (Citrus aurantifolia)
Key Lime, Mexican Lime (Citrus aurantifolia) Previous species Next Species Home Page Order CD-ROMs from the site Tell a Friend ... by FreeFind Seasonal Links: Cold Frames Bare Root Key Lime, Mexican Lime Scientific Name: Citrus aurantifolia Swingle Synonym: Limonia aurantifolia Family: Rutaceae Recommended Temperature Zone: sunset: 8-9, 13-24 USDA: 10-11 ...
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Citrus Varieties in my collection
... T-budding new T-budding CITRUS AURANTIFOLIA Lime BEARS LIME ??PADOU ??(CITRUS MONTANA) MOSQUITO(variegated) (black-barked lime) 1982 USA 1992 UK 2001 2003 Holland 2003 from seed cutting CITRUS LIMON Lemon IMPERIAL ... or HONEY TANGERINE GHOLSTON (Hamlin x clementine) 1992 UK 2001 2003 new T-budding C.AURANTIFOLIA x FORTUNELLA Limequat TAVARES (may be lemonquat) EUSTIS 1983 USA 1991 UK LIMEQUAT x ...
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Citrus Fruit Pictures
... Citrus grandis - Pummelo, Pommelo seeds available Citrus hystrix - Kaffir Lime seeds available Citrus ichangensis Ichang lime Citrus inodora Russel River Lime Citrus jambhiri Rough Lemon Citrus junos - Yuzu, Japanese Citron (seeds available) Citrus latifolia see Citrus aurantifolia Citrus ...
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Citrus
... early records exist on the first uses of citrus species, but in Asia citrus must have been mused for a long ... species of Citrus reached Spain following the end of the Middle Ages. In 1493 Columbus took seeds of limes (C. aurantifolia) to the West Indies. Limes were later taken on sailing ships to prevent scurvy, and this is the origin of the name "limeys" for British sailors. Citrus ...
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