|Hybrid parentage||Citrus sinensis × Poncirus trifoliata|
|Cultivar||Rusk, Troyer, Carrizo|
|Breeder||Herbert John Webber & Walter Tennyson Swingle|
The citrange (Citrus sinensis × Poncirus trifoliata or C. sinensis × C. trifoliata) is a citrus hybrid of the sweet orange and the trifoliate orange. The purpose of this cross was to attempt to create a cold hardy citrus tree (which is the nature of a trifoliate), with delicious fruit like those of the sweet orange. However, citranges are generally bitter.
There is a carrizo citrange and there is a troyer citrange. Both are resulting of a hybrid between the trifoliate orange and the Washington navel orange. There is also a cultivar called Rusk which is resulting from a cross between a Ruby orange and a trifoliate orange. 
- lemon on Troyer Citrange Root; bud-union and rootstock disorder of Troyer citrange with Eureka lemon tops under study in effort to identify cause
- The Citrange Story
- Citrange fruit extracts alleviate obesity-associated metabolic disorder in high-fat diet-induced obese C57BL/6 mouse.
- Population of Endogenous Pararetrovirus Genomes in Carrizo Citrange
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