Lane Late

Washington mutation originating in Australia. Vigorous tree, with some thorns in the most vigorous branches. The flowers lack pollen and, like the other varieties of the navel group, the fruits have a navel. Very productive variety and when ripe the fruit maintains good adherence to the peduncle, although not as much as Barnfield, Chislett or Powell. The consistency of the fruit is somewhat less than these varieties and the sensitivity to claret is slightly larger. The Chislett and Powell caliber is usually larger.

Weight (g) 200 – 230
Diameter (mm) 75 – 80
Appearance Ratio diameter / height = 1,02
Peel thickness (mm) 3,5 – 4,3
Colour orange, colour index = 12
% of juice 55 – 58
Seeds No
Fructification High – very high
Harvest period mid of January – mid of April

Source: www.ivia.gva.es

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