Varieties

Clementina fina

Type:
Clementine

DESCRIPTION: The first cultivated clementine to have originated in Algeria from a single seed.

Vigorous and rounded tree. High density of light green leaves and pollen with a high germinating power.

Parthenocarpic and self-incompatible variety.

Fruit size is medium to small (approximately 50-70 grams). Fine rind that is vivid orange in colour. Seedless when pollination does not occur with other varieties. Extraordinary quality.

Harvested in the first season (around November-January). Frequent treatment is required to improve size and fruit-set.

FRUIT CHARACTERISTICS:
Weight (g):
80 - 90
Diameter (mm):
52 - 57
Form:
Oblong, diameter/height = 1,22
Rind (mm):
2,0 – 2,5
Colour:
Vivid orange, colour index = 22
% Juice:
52 - 57. Excellent organoleptic quality.
Seeds:
No, although they may be produced in cross-pollination.
Yield:
High.
Yield:
10 November – 15 January.

AGRICULTURAL INFORMATION: Vulnerable to pitting. May require treatment to increase fruit size.