The tree is compact, vigorous, of medium size, early production and development with habit of open growth. The fruit is of a good size, with an intense reddish orange color. The pulp is tender and high in juice with very good flavor.
Originally from Morocco, the tree is vigorous, with habit of erect growth. The fruit is small and flattened, with a very bright and attractive reddish-orange rind, and it is easily peeled.
Safor mandarin, a hybrid of Fortune and Kara, was created by the Valencian Institute of Agrarian Research (IVIA). Recognized as one of the best late varieties, it is a flattened fruit with a convex peduncular area. This variety is very striking for its shape and intense orange color. Peels very easy, contains 50% juice and is free of seeds.
The Satsuma mandarin is the last to bloom and the first to be collected. It receives the generic name that is given to the group of mandarins originating in Japan, which has constituted for years most of the plantations in Spain and Japan. This variety is widely used in the industry for the manufacture of preserved segments in syrup or natural juice, among other reasons for lack of seeds. It has good size and good presence.
The Primosole mandarin is a type of hybrid tangerine from Miho satsuma and mandarin Carvalhais that was obtained in Italy in 1993. The tree is medium vigor and without thorns with partially rolled leaves. This variety is early and very productive.