|Title:||A New Pineapple Cultivar Ananas comosus (L.) Merr. ('Tainung No. 22')||Authors:||Ching-San Kuan
|Keywords:||core rupture;stem-end splitting;cracking peel;‘Honey Fragrance’||Issue Date:||Apr-2018||Publisher:||American Society for Horticultural Science||Journal Volume:||53||Journal Issue:||4||Start page/Pages:||578-581||Source:||HortScience||Abstract:||
‘Tainung No. 22’ (TNG.22, ♀ ‘Smooth Cayenne’ × ♂ ‘Tainung No. 8’), also known as ‘Honey Fragrance’, was a new pineapple cultivar released by the Chiayi Agricultural Experiment Station, Taiwan Agricultural Research Institute, on Feb. 2012. The fruit of ‘TNG.22’ is large in size (1.76 kg on average) with a cylindrical shape and yellow with shades of orange-red–colored peel when ripe. The fruits are of good quality as indicated by the dense and juicy yellow to golden-yellow–colored pulp of medium acidity and high sugar content (17.6 °Brix on average). This new cultivar is free from problems of stem-end splitting, pineapple core rupture, and cracking peel. The fruit can be harvested from May to October.
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