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Author Topic: Has anyone had chance to evaluate Kiyomi Tangor? It is one of parents of Sumo.  (Read 283 times)

EricSC

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Has anyone had chance to evaluate  Kiyomi Tangor?  It is one of parents of Sumo.

It was one of the popular ones in Japan, but less than Sumo.   It is less easily peeled, no seeds, probably not as sweet as Sumo.

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Best regards,
                       Ilya

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Thanks.  

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Nothing scientific like measuring brix and counting seeds, but I have had one for years and love them!
Reliable, tasty, worry-free.

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Kiyomi fruits are pretty large, like an orange size. Fruits every year and has nice size crop on my trees. I also get some seeds on some of my fruits.

Here's some photos of my fruits, it tastes good, but Gold Nugget is better tasting (sweeter). Also Ponkan is sweeter as well.









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Kiyomi fruits are pretty large, like an orange size. Fruits every year and has nice size crop on my trees. I also get some seeds on some of my fruits.

Here's some photos of my fruits, it tastes good, but Gold Nugget is better tasting (sweeter). Also Ponkan is sweeter as well.










Thanks, GN sounds overall a good choice.

 

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