rangpur lime


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hybrid between mandarin orange and lemon having very acid fruit with orange peel

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(2009) studying rangpur lime seedlings under irrigation with saline water, observed smaller decreases of leaf area in plants treated with bovine biofertilizer.
This is consistent with the production results, which, similar to Experiment I, showed significant effect (p < 0.01) for the studied rootstocks, with the 'Common' Rangpur lime (RS2) obtaining production superior in 30.27 and 116.3%, compared with RS1 and RS3, respectively (Figure 4B).
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In October, 1989, the Rangpur lime seeds were collected and planted.
"The Kusiae lime, Rangpur lime, Meyer lemon and Pomelo 'type' flavours in particular demonstrate our innovative approach to citrus and reflect a new palette of flavours that complement the trend towards varietal type taste profiles."
For rangpur lime and 'Swingle' citrumelo rootstocks that had 'Valencia' sweet orange trees as scion, the nutrient uptake rate in citrus seedlings followed plant dry matter mass growth and accumulation, and was slow until 35 days after transplanting (DAT).
However, the trees grafted on Rangpur lime rootstocks presented smaller canopy diameter and volume than those grafted on other rootstocks (Table 1).
x P trifoliata), TR is P trifoliata, LCR is 'Cravo' Rangpur lime, LVK is 'Volkamer' lemon and LVA is 'Valencia' sweet orange (C.
(2006), this diversification is imperative because the citrus industry has faced many threats, mainly due to pathogens affecting orchards grafted with Rangpur lime (Citrus limonia Osbeck), the rootstock most widely used in the country (STUCHI et al., 2004; PRUDENTE et al, 2004).
Brazilian citrus growers based theirs orchards basically in a single variety of rootstock, the Rangpur lime (Citrus limonia Osb.) that in 2007 was still used in nearly 70% of the nursery tress in the state of Sao Paulo (POMPEU JR and BLUMER, 2008).
For Rangpur lime these protocols have not shown a high efficiency.
On the other hand, rootstock varieties can be changed easier, mainly because such problems do not have other solution as changing the variety, for instance tristeza (sour orange changed by Rangpur lime), blight (Rangpur lime by mandarins), and sudden death (Rangpur lime by mandarins and citrumelos).