Orange trees can grow 18 to 22 feet tall, most citrus varieties are self-fertile, so only one tree is needed for fruit production. On average, fruit bearing begins when the trees are between 3 and 6 years old. Farmers can expect to obtain 100 to 300 oranges per growing season. Citrus fruits make up around 36 percent of the total fruit production and the mandarin orange is one of the most important in terms of acreage, production, consumption and export potential.

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    n partnership with EcoHimal Nepal, The Glacier Trust funds climate change adaptation projects in Solukhumbu. Your purchase is a donation to this work. The project in Deusa does not require an infinite number of seeds and seedlings. Once the full amount have been bought all further purchases will be considered as a general donation to The Glacier Trust’s work in Nepal. 100% of your donation will be spent on project work in Nepal.   


    By spending $145HKD on Oranges, you are donating the equivalent of the cost of purchasing Orange seeds. 

Resources for Change is a programme of The Glacier Trust, a UK registered charity (no. 1124955) 

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