Shonan Gold

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Shonan Gold (湘南ゴールド?) is a variety of Japanese citrus. Its name comes from its "golden" or bright yellow color. The color is inherited from its mother tree, a variety called Ōgonkan or "Golden Orange," which is also bright yellow but smaller. It was hybridized with a variety of Satsuma mandarin orange to obtain an improved variety which was larger (about 77 grams or 2. 7 ounces on average) and easier to peel. The variety was developed at the agricultural experiment station run by Kanagawa Prefecture in Japan.[1]

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  1. Manago, Masafumi; Suzuki, Sin-ichi; Suzuki, Makoto; Asada, Shin-ichi (2004). "Kankitsu shin hinshu shōnan gōrudo (A New Citrus Cultivar 'Shonan-gold')" (agris). Bulletin of the Kanagawa Prefectural Agricultural Research Institute 145: 35-41. ISSN 03888231. http://agris.fao.org/agris-search/search/display.do?f=2006/JP/JP0502.xml;JP2005002273. Agriknowledge (with PDF link)Agri-kanagawa (pdf)

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