Our varieties

Clementine

Clemenrubi

September 15th to October 15th

The Oronules Provincial Council is located in Loriguilla (Valencia). The tree is very little vigorous, without thorns, narrow leaf and with abundant multi bud gills. Narrow, intense green leaves.

It is a very early variety of clementine. The fruit has a vivid reddish orange colour. It is a middle size variety with a thin rind. The fruit is vulnerable to heatstroke and pitting when overripe. It does not usually have seed.

Clementine

Oronules

October 1st to November 15th

Casual mutation from Fina Clementine detected in Nules (Castellón). Vigorous tree with slow growth, without multitude of buds nor thorns on its branches. The leaves are narrow and of dark green colour

It is an early variety of clementine. The fruit has a vivid reddish orange colour, generally without seeds, thin rind, somewhat flattened in form and sensitive to heatstroke.Production turns towards alternate harvests. Pruning should be light and early.

Clementine

Clemenules

November 1st to January 15th

Casual mutation from Fina Clementine detected in Nules (Castellón) Vigorous tree, with few thorns. Large and light green leaves. Flowering may be staggered over time.

Highly productive variety. Vivid orange rind, practically seedless. Large and flattened fruit and easy to peel. Sensitive to puffing and decay.

Hybrid Mandarin

Clemenvilla

December 15th to February 15th

Hybrid from Fina Clementine and Orlando Tangelo obtained in Florida. Vigorous tree, without thorns and small, light green in colour leaves.

Highly productive variety. Sensitive to Alternaria fungi. Fruit is medium to large and round. Vivid orange in colour. Fruit-drop occurs in cold temperatures. It may have some seeds.

Clementine

Sando

January 15th to February 15th

Casual mutation from Fina Clementine detected in Almenara (Castellón). Vigorous tree, without thorns and large light green colour leaves.

Highly productive protected variety. Very attractive reddish orange colour, easy to peel and Little sensitive to puffing and decay. Production turns to alternate harvests. It usually has no seeds.

Clementine

Hernandina

February 1st to February 28th

Casual mutation from Fina Clementine detected in Picassent (Valencia). Vigorous tree with relatively fragile bark and no thorns.

Fruit’s change to vivid orange colour is late, so it may be easy to see green colour at the base of the fruit, which means the rind stays in good conditions for longer. Tends towards alternate harvests. It may have some seeds.

Hybrid Mandarin

Tang Gold

January 15th to April 15th

Mutation obtained in California by the irradiation of Afourer-W. Murcott buds. Vigorous tree with a natural vertical growth trend and some little thorns.

Highly productive variety. Vivid reddish orange colour and flattened shape fruit. Easy to peel. Good quality seedless fruit.

Hybrid Mandarin

Nadorcott

February 1st to April 30th

Hybrid originated from a Murcott seed in Morocco. The tree is vigorous, with some small thorns. Highly productive variety. Vivid reddish orange colour and flattened shape fruit. Easy to peel and characteristic flavour. Sensitive to puffing. The owner of the variety has limited the surface cultivated in Spain to the orchards already stablished. It may have some seeds.

Hybrid Mandarin

Safor

February 15th to March 15th

Triploid hybrid obtained in IVIA from controlled pollination between Fortune mandarin and Kara mandarin. Vigorous tree with tendency to grow in a weeping manner. It may present some thorns. Leaves are large and dark green in colour

Fruit resistant to Alternaria fungi. Vivid orange colour and oval shape. The rind is sensitive to heatstroke. It is also sensitive to creasing and has no seeds.

Hybrid Mandarin

Fortuna

March 1st to March 31st

Hybrid from Fina clementine and Dancy mandarin obtained in California. Vigorous tree with some thorn on vigorous branches.

Vivid orange in colour, flattened form and highly productive variety. Due to the high acid content, harvest has to be delayed. Vulnerable to splitting and sensitive to pitting at low temperatures. Highly vulnerable to Alternaria fungi. It may present some seeds.

Hybrid Mandarin

Orri

March 1st to May 15th

Mutation obtained in Israel by the irradiation of Orah hibrid buds. Vigorous tree with a natural vertical growth trend and some little thorns.

Vivid orange colour and medium sized fruit with a high content of sugar, high quality and easy to peel. It does not usually have seeds. Tends towards alternate harvests. The owner of the variety has limited the surface cultivated in Spain to the orchards already stablished.

Hybrid Mandarin

Ortanique

March 1st to May 31st

Hybrid of unknown parents originated in Jamaica. Vigorous tree with small leaves and with small thorns on the fruit-bearing branches.

Highly productive variety of vivid orange colour and high content of acid. It is difficult to peel and sensitive to splitting in winter. Oval shape. Fruit-drop may occur in low temperatures. It does not usually have seeds.

Navel

Navelina

November 1st to January 15th

Casual mutation from Early navel originated in California. Vigorous tree, without thorns and very dark leaves.

Vigorous tree, without thorns and very dark leaves. The fruit has a navel. The fruit is round or slightly oval in shape and a vivid orange colour. The rind is slightly wrinkled. It is an early variety, with high content of acid that remains until the end of the harvest period. It is quite sensitive to creasing and may tend towards alternate harvests.

Navel

Navel Washington

January 15th to February 15th

Casual mutation found in Bahía (Brazil) around year 1800 which has originated the Navel group. Vigorous tree with some thorns on the more vigorous branches and dark leaves.

The fruit has a prominent navel. Productive variety, orange in colour. The fruit is large, spherical or somewhat spherical in form. It is quite sensitive to creasing.

Navel

Navelate

February 15th to March 31st

Casual mutation from Washington Navel first detected in Vinaroz (Castellón). Vigorous tree with little thorns even on the fruit-bearing branches and light green leaves.

The fruit has navel, although smaller than other varieties of the Navel group. Good organoleptic quality and good consistency. Medium sized and elongated form. Thin rind and pale orange colour.

Navel

Lane Late

February 15th to April 30th

Casual mutation from Washington Navel originated in Australia. Vigorous tree, with some thorns on the more vigorous branches and intense green colour leaves.

Fruit has a navel. Highly productive variety. Pleasant sweet taste. Sensitive to creasing. Chislett and Navel Powell use to be larger. Pale orange colour becomes intense by the end of the harvest.

Navel

Navel Powell

April 1st to July 15th

Casual mutation from Washington Navel first detected in Australia. Vigorous tree.

There may appear some thorns in the more vigorous branches. Fruits present a navel, large size and an excellent organoleptic quality. It maintains its high quality even after reaching ripeness. Once ripped, the fruit maintains a good adherence with the peduncle, allowing a late harvest. Not sensitive to creasing.

Navel

Chislett

April 1st to July 15th

Mutation from Washington Navel originated in Australia. Vigorous tree with some thorns on the more vigorous branches.

Fruits have a navel little detectable from the outside. Fruit size is excellent, vivid orange in colour, fine texture and a high organoleptic quality. The juice is less acid than Powell Summer Navel. It is not sensitive to creasing.

Navel

Barnfield

April 1st to July 14th

Spontaneous mutation from Washington Navel originated in Australia. Vigorous tree, with some thorns on the more vigorous branches.

Fruits have a navel little detectable from the outside. Highly productive variety similar to Lane Late. Once ripped, the fruit clings from the peduncle from a long period of time, allowing for a late harvest. Not sensitive to creasing.

Whites

Valencia Late

May 1st to July 31st

Variety probably originated in Portugal. Vigorous tree without thorns and light green colour leaves.

Medium size, round and vivid orange colour fruit. It can be used both fresh and industrial as the juice has little limonine. Late variety that can stay for long on the tree although at the end of the harvest the fruit re-greens. The variety is sensitive to creasing.

Whites

Valencia Midknight

May 1st to July 31st

Mutation of Valencia Late detected in South Africa. Vigorous tree without thorns.

The fruit can be used both fresh and industrial as the juice has little limonine. Larger sized than Valencia Late and better organoleptic attributes. It is little sensitive to creasing and remains for long on the tree in good conditions, although by the end of the harvest period may re-green. It is round/elongated shaped and pale orange coloured.

Harvest Calendars

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sep.
oct.
nov.
dec.
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mar.
apr.
may.
jun.
jul.
Clementine Clemenrubi
Clementine Oronules
Clementine Clemenules
Clementine Clemenvilla
Clementine Sando
Clementine Hernandina
Clementine Tang Gold
Mandarin Nadorcott
Mandarin Safor
Mandarin Fortuna
Mandarin Orri
Mandarin Ortanique
aug.
sep.
oct.
nov.
dec.
jan.
feb.
mar.
apr.
may.
jun.
jul.
Orange Navelina
Orange Navel
Orange Navelate
Orange Lane Late
Orange Navel Powell
Orange Chislett
Orange Barnfield
Orange Valencia Late
Orange Valencia Midknight