Powell Summer Navel
Washington mutation originating from Australia. Vigorous tree with some thorns in the branches of greater force. The flowers have no pollen and the fruits have a "navel" as well as other varieties of navel group.
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Variety originated by a spontaneous Washington Navel tree bud mutation, the tree is vigorous and well developed, with open growth habit and slightly dropped, rounded look. It presents some thorns in the axils of the leaves, which disappear with time. The leaves are large, with short, slightly winged petioles.
The flowers are large, white without pollen grains, typical of navel group.
The shape of the fruit, the juice content with high levels of limonene, the percentage of dissolved solids, total acids and ripeness index, are very similar to those of Washington Navel. The fruit is bigger, better adherence of the peduncle and strongest.
It is a productive variety, late maturity and can be harvested from January to May in good trading conditions.
Harvest: February 1 to May 15 as areas
Color: Orange (C.I. = 12)
Diameter: 78-83 mm.
Diameter Ratio / Height: 1.02
Weight: 240-260 g
Peel thickness: 3.5 to 4 mm
Percentage of juice: 55-58
Remarks: The fruit maintains good adherence to maturity peduncle, allowing late harvest. Early harvest fruit has more pulp to eat.
Source: IVIA-AVASASEE OUR SHIPPING RATES
|Weight (g)||220 - 250|
|diameter||78 - 83|
|Diameter / height||1.02|
|Cortex (mm)||3.5 - 4.0|
|% juice||55 - 58|
|pickup||04 April, 02 February, 03 March, 05 May|
|agronomic observations||El fruto mantiene en madurez muy buena adherencia al pedúnculo y consistencia, lo que permite una recolección tardía. En recolección temprana, la fruta tiene más residuo al comerla.|