Seedless Limes and Lemons Being Parthenocarpic, Consumer Demand of Limes and Lemons Without Seeds, Cloning Within Commercial Fruit Production, and the Reason Cloning is Utilized

Seedless limes and lemons are classified as a “parthenocarpic” fruit, which means that their flowering process doesn’t require pollen to reproduce. Most limes and lemons created for consumption have been selected for having few or no seeds. Nearly all commercial fruit production is sourced from the clone of a single tree as this is the best way to ensure genetic progeny repeat each season. Breeders will grow many varieties of the same fruit and when a strain found suitable for production is iden...

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