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'Brown's Select': a new midseason satsuma cultivar


, : 'Brown's Select': a new midseason satsuma cultivar. HortScience 30(2): 391-392

Brown's Select (Citrus unshiu), which originated from a group of open-pollinated Kimbrough seedlings selected during postfreeze evaluations after 1983, produces medium to large satsuma mandarin-type fruits that are oblate in shape with yellow to yellow-orange skin when mature. The flesh colour, flavour, soluble solids concentration and solids:acid ratio are similar to those of Owari but superior to those of Early Armstrong, 2 cultivars commonly grown in Louisiana.

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