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bussone:

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Ichang looks like an enormous poncirus, doesn't it?

hardyvermont:

--- Quote from: kumin on December 02, 2022, 01:44:02 PM ---Have there been any discussions on next year's location?

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Next year marks the 20th annual Citrus Meeting.  It was started by Stan McKenzie and he has been the driving force behind it every year.  He announced that next year is his last year organizing it.  It sounds like Clemson is going to be taking it over so if that is the case they will probably be located near coastal SC.  There was no announcement of where it is going to be held, the news doesn't usually show up for several months on FB


Pandan:
Any info on the Dallas citrumelo? my first time hearing of that unless it goes by another name. How was the taste?

hardyvermont:

--- Quote from: Pandan on December 04, 2022, 06:56:34 PM ---Any info on the Dallas citrumelo? my first time hearing of that unless it goes by another name. How was the taste?

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There was no information about Dallas citrumelo.  Assume it bloomed the first time in Dallas. 
I only sampled Prague, which was very good. 

hardyvermont:

--- Quote from: shiro on December 02, 2022, 12:57:32 AM ---Very nice assortment, you have almost all the varieties I am looking for.
It makes you want to see it all up close.  :)

Can you tell me what are the taste characteristics of Dallas citrumelo and Taichang lemon?
Some people mention that Taichang Lemon can withstand -15C but others say -9C.
What about your experience with this one?

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These are not my fruit.  They were brought to the meeting by others.  It was a missed opportunity to not sample the fruit at the end of the meeting. 

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