Lima

Citrus Tree

 
Citrus Tree represents, with pride, a considerable share of the market and its Tahiti lime production is tracked through a computerized system, which follows the embryo plants all the way to the consumers.
The identification codes guarantee thorough care regarding biological control and organic nutrition.
The limes are harvested by trained personnel and are manipulated with specific equipment in order to guarantee and preserve maximum quality.

Ubicación

Sítio da Chuva - Rodovia SP 340, km 149 Pirapitingui
Mogi Mirim, SP
Brasil
Teléfono: + 55 19 3806.9110
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El Cultivo del Limón Persa

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Los cítricos tienen su origen en las regiones tropicales y subtropicales de Asia, de donde se difundieron al resto del mundo.

El limón pérsico (Citrus aurantifolio) o Tahití lime como se le conoce en Estados Unidos, es una fruta relativamente nueva que aparece en los huertos de California en el siglo pasado, llevado presumiblemente por unos marineros desde la isla de Tahití, en Oceanía.

Autores: 
Ángel Daniel Casaca
Editora: 
Secretaría de Agricultura y Ganadería, Honduras
Año: 
2005

2010 Florida Citrus Pest Management Guide: Citrus Canker

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university_of_florida.gifCitrus canker, caused by the bacterium Xanthomonas citri subsp. citri, is a leaf, fruit, and stem blemishing disease that affects most citrus.

Autores: 
M.M. Dewdney
Autores: 
J.H. Graham
Editora: 
University of Florida IFAS Extension
Año: 
2010

BRASFRUIT

Brasfruit was founded in a single tiny office in 1992. Since then, the company has transformed itself into the most illustrious and bountiful tropical fruit exporter in Brazil. Back in 1999, Brasfruit exported more than 4500 tons of top quality fruit to Europe, the United States, Canada, and Indonesia.

Back in 1999, Brasfruit exported more than 4500 tons of top quality fruit to Europe, the United States, Canada, and Indonesia. Now in 2009, its exports have grown to over 9,600 tons.

Ubicación

Av. Brig. Faria Lima, 2954 - cj 83 Itaim Bibi
São Paulo, SP CEP 01451-901
Brasil
Teléfono: +55-11-3078-0865
Fax: +55-11-3168-9758
Año: 
1,992
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Spain EU27 Citrus Annual 2009

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EU-27 citrus orchards include orange, lemon, mandarin and grapefruit groves. Production is mainly located in the Mediterranean regions of Spain, Italy and Greece, with lesser production in France, Cyprus, Malta and Portugal. For MY 2009/10, citrus production is expected to remain relatively flat compared to previous seasons. The overall decline in Spanish citrus production was offset by production increases in Italy, Greece and Portugal.

Autores: 
Marta Guerrero
Editora: 
USDA GAIN
Año: 
2009

Israel Citrus Annual 2009

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In 2009/10, total citrus production is forecast at about 627,000 tons, a 10 percent increase compared to the previous year. Out of the total production, approximately 183,000 tons (29 percent) is expected to be exported, 260,000 processed (42 percent), and the remainder consumed fresh. The expected increase is mainly due to increased yields of Or variety (easy peeler) and red grapefruit.

Autores: 
Gilad Shachar
Editora: 
USDA GAIN
Año: 
2009

Elaboración de recubrimientos comestibles formulados con goma de mezquite y cera de candelilla para reducir la cinética de deterioro en fresco del limón persa (Citrus latifolia Tanaka)

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Autores: 
Elsa Bósquez Molina
Editora: 
Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, México
Año: 
2003

Plant Disease Management Guide: 'Tahiti' Lime (Citrus latifolia)

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Diseases Caused by Fungi and Stramenopiles:

  • Melanose
  • Greasy Spot
  • Scab
  • Phytophthora Rot
  • Sooty Mold

Diseases caused by bacteria:

  • Canker
  • Citrus Greening (Huanglongbing)

Additional Diseases:

  • Algal Disease (Alga Spot, Red Algal Disease)
  • Mechanical damage
Autores: 
Tara Tarnowski
Autores: 
Aaron J. Palmateer
Editora: 
University of Florida, IFAS Extension
Año: 
2009

Postharvest - Lime

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This article presents postharvest information and storage requirements for Lime. It also includes information on quality characteristics, maturity indices, grading, packaging, pre-cooling, retail display, chilling sensitivity, ethylene production and sensitivity, respiration rates, physiological disorders, postharvest pathology, quarantine issues, and suitability as fresh-cut product.

Autores: 
Jacqueline K. Burns
Editora: 
USDA Agriculture Handbook
Año: 
2004
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