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9 Things Great About Grapefruit

By: The Pittman & Davis Team | 0 Comments | | Category: Eat Grapefruit, Fruit Information, Grapefruit, Grapefruit Benefits, Grapefruit Diet, Grapefruit Nutrition, Grapefruit Peel, Healthy Lifestyle, Nutrition Facts Grapefruit, Red Grapefruit, Ruby Red Grapefruit, Texas Citrus, Texas Grapefruit

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Fresh grapefruit is super healthful, so adding it to your diet is a great way to maintain optimum health. If you purchase bulk grapefruit online or have leftovers, they can be used in ways other than just eating solo or using in recipes. Here are 9 things great about grapefruit... more

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7 Amazing Gift Ideas for Fall

By: The Pittman & Davis Team | 0 Comments | | Category: Buy Grapefruit, Eat Grapefruit, Fruit Baskets, Gift Baskets, Gift Guidance, Grapefruit, Grapefruit Gifts, Navel Oranges, Online Grapefruit, Oranges, Send Grapefruit, Ship Grapefruit, Texas Citrus, Texas Grapefruit, Texas Oranges | Tags : , , , , , , ,

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Pittman & Davis is a family-owned company that’s been in business for more than 80 years, specializing in the delivery of wonderful orchard fresh fruit, smoked meats, cheeses, pastries, candies and other scrumptious gift food items. Pittman & Davis raises the most delicious of all grapefruit varieties to perfection, and... more

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10 Fun Facts about Navel Oranges

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Navel oranges are one of the healthiest fruits, filled with Vitamin C, fiber and potassium, and also low in calories. Consuming navel oranges more often may protect against heart disease, cancer and diabetes, and help to improve memory, blood pressure, the immune system and overall health. 1. Fresh navel oranges... more

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Lesser-Known Texas Citrus Varieties

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Image via Wikipedia While those familiar with the greatest gems of the Texas citrus lineup may be able to name several varieties grown in the state, those produced in the Rio Grande Valley, in particular , there are many varieties that, for one reason or another, are not as well-known.... more

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Texas Citrus Rootstocks

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Image via Wikipedia In Texas, a few different rootstocks are available for citrus growers, and depending on the conditions where the Texas citrus grower is producing oranges or grapefruits, one rootstock may be preferable to another. Of course, the sour orange rootstock is the most common Texas citrus rootstock for... more

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Texas Citrus Versus Florida Citrus

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Florida, California, and Texas Citrus

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Image via Wikipedia Everyone knows they grow oranges in Florida. Any number of orange juice cartons advertise Florida orange juice, and many brands even include the state in their name. California and Texas citrus growers, however, shouldn't be without credit for their orange production. After all, along with Florida, these... more

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The Rio Grande Valley is the Premier Texas Citrus Region

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Image by rcbodden via Flickr The vast majority of citrus fruit grown in Texas is produced in the Rio Grande Valley. This part of the state offers Texas citrus growers a climate amenable to producing their crops and allows for the production of a wide variety of fruit. Anyone who... more

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Texas Citrus Orange Varieties

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Image via Wikipedia It starts in the fall. Texas citrus fruit first matures in October, and it will be available fresh for many months thereafter. Depending on what part of the season it is, however, different varieties of oranges are grown, and they may be produced for different purposes and... more

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Late Season Texas Oranges

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Image via Wikipedia Citrus fruit in Texas is grown nearly all throughout the year, and there are some orange varieties that mature as late as January and are sold through the month of May. These Texas citrus varieties, incidentally, are among some of the more popular oranges in the United... more

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