navel orange


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navel orange

n.
A sweet orange that is usually seedless and has at its apex a navellike formation enclosing a small secondary fruit.

navel orange

n
(Cookery) a sweet orange that is usually seedless and has at its apex a navel-like depression enclosing an underdeveloped secondary fruit

na′vel or`ange


n.
a seedless variety of orange having at the apex a navellike formation containing a small secondary fruit.
[1885–90]
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Noun1.navel orange - seedless orange enclosing a small secondary fruit at the apexnavel orange - seedless orange enclosing a small secondary fruit at the apex
sweet orange - orange with sweet juicy pulp; often has a thin skin
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The flesh is softer too, making them more of a pleasure than your run-of-the-mill navel orange.
As the 2018/19 season begins, the initial California navel orange forecast has the crop up from last season, with above-average fruit set expected to offset slightly smaller fruit size.
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The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) said in a report seen by Daily News that navel orange varieties in Florida were forecast at 67 million boxes, down 9% from the October forecast and down 10% from last season.
The GA3 delayed the wax accumulation in 'Washington' navel orange (El-Otmani and Coggins, 1985), which caused more moisture and mass loss from the fruit.
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The first one was a lemon orchard with the variety of Kutdiken (2.5 ha, in rows 8 m and between rows 10 m) established in 1966, and the second was a Washington navel orange orchard (2.0 ha, in rows 7 m and between rows 8 m) established in 1971.
If you had to pick out a single plant introduction as Saunders's legacy, it would be the Washington navel orange. According to the 1937 "USDA Yearbook of Agriculture," introduction of the Washington navel orange was considered "one of the outstanding events in the economic and social development of California."