Navelate

Navelate is a late-season Navel orange of medium to large size. The Navelate has a relatively small, concealed navel and thin, fairly leathery skin. The eating quality is good, being sweet and fine.

Growers have found Navelate to give a mixed performance, sometimes producing light crops, sometimes low in juice.

Good Fruit Guide Rating: ***

Navelate is a good eating variety of Navel which should satisfy consumers in the late season.

Sweet, fine, tasty

Names: Navelate

Origin: The Navelate is a natural limb mutation of Washington Navel, discovered in 1948 in Vinaroz, Castellón, Spain by D.A. Gil. It was released for commercial production in 1957.

Grown in: Spain, Israel, South Africa

Harvest & Availability: In Spain, Navelate is harvested from early January to mid-April

  • January: Spain
  • February: Spain
  • March: Spain
  • April: Spain, Israel
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  • September: South Africa
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