sweet orange tree


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Noun1.sweet orange tree - probably native to southern China; widely cultivated as source of table and juice oranges
sweet orange - orange with sweet juicy pulp; often has a thin skin
genus Citrus - orange; lemon; lime; etc.
orange tree, orange - any citrus tree bearing oranges
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Thus, it is important to evaluate 'Navelina' sweet orange tree performance when grafted on other rootstocks to explore its total productive and quality potential under local conditions.
Ratios closer to 1 indicate high similarity between the diameters below and above the graft union, and consequently, the compatibility between the scion and the rootstock, as observed for 'Navelina' sweet orange trees grafted on 'Cleopatra' and 'Sunki' mandarins and 'Rangpur' lime rootstocks (TAZIMA et al., 2013).
The translated title would probably be My Sweet Orange Tree. It's an extremely sad story about a boy growing up with a very violent father.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- John Steinbeck's famous novel "Of Mice and Men" and "My Sweet Orange Tree," by Brazilian writer Jose Mauro de Vasconcelos, both on a government list of books every child should read, are now under scrutiny for being at odds with Turkish values, local media reported on Thursday.
In a related case, ystanbul's Bahcelievler Provincial Education Directorate launched an investigation into a Turkish language teacher who made her students read "My Sweet Orange Tree," according to newspaper reports.
Designed for the desert climate (Burnette's wife is a landscape designer specializing in desert vegetation who collaborated with him on this project), it forms a sensual grotto, filled with water, flowers and an Arizona sweet orange tree. A vertical slit cut into the wall siphons breezes across the courtyard, helping to naturally ventilate the internal spaces.
Sweet orange trees 12 to 15 years old on US-897 rootstock remain small, perhaps only 10 feet tall; trees on US-942 rootstock will be medium-sized; and trees on US-802 rootstock can exceed 20 feet.
CSD was the cause for the eradication of nearly four million trees between 2001 and 2006 corresponding to 2% of the population of sweet orange trees in Sao Paulo and Minas Gerais States (YAMAMOTO et al., 2011).
Adults survived longer on detached stems with leaves, or on detached leaves, from grapefruit or sweet orange trees, with 1 to 4% surviving for 10 d on grapefruit samples and 4 to 14% surviving for 10 d on sweet orange samples.
Performance of Valencia sweet orange trees on 12 rootstocks at two locations and an economic interpretation as a basis for rootstock selection.