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Noble Juicy Crunch Tangerine

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johnb51:
Since I know forum members are fruit connoisseurs, I thought y'all might like to know about this new tangerine, Juicy Crunch.  I came upon it by chance at Sprouts, and it's super sweet (very high brix), tasty, and seedless--an all-around exceptional fruit.  It's available at Publix and Whole Foods, too.  Check it out.  You won't be disappointed!  You can read the whole story at this website: https://noblecitrus.com/

johnb51:

Florida-grown.  Our citrus industry needs this shot in the arm.  Let's save agriculture from subdivisions!

Lukester:
Agreed! Itís a great orange!!

Fruit Jungle:

--- Quote from: johnb51 on January 17, 2023, 03:28:17 PM ---
Florida-grown.  Our citrus industry needs this shot in the arm.  Let's save agriculture from subdivisions!

--- End quote ---
Florida citrus is a disaster because of our cultural practices, mainly chemical farming.. nothing to do with subdivisions. if anything the growth in subdivisions has increased farmer's land values giving them access to additional equity and cash through refinancing.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CB9Cmv1xDVg

W.:
Juicy Crunch is an excellent citrus variety, a standout among the blandness that usually fills the grocery store produce section. Publix has been carrying it for, I believe, three years. Although usually entirely seedless, every few fruits will have a viable seed. I've been growing my own plants for a couple of years from those rare seeds. It is the only way for a home grower to have access to Juicy Crunch; it is a patented variety that will likely never be available to the public.

Also, this topic should be moved to the Citrus General Discussion section of the Forum.

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