Is Yuchao litchi Guangxi flavor?

Best answer: Yubao litchi is not Guangxi flavor. Yubao litchi is a litchi variety with small leaves and light green. Yubao litchi has been cultivated in Yangxi County for more than 300 years, and hundreds of years old trees can be seen everywhere, bearing numerous fruits. The leaves of this variety are small, pale green, narrow, with a slightly sharp apex, and the margins on both sides are rolled up and the midrib is sunken. The fruit is round, slightly heart-shaped, with red pericarp, raised cracked pieces, blunt lobes, white furrows, a little green or sallow, and obviously raised fruit shoulders.

Yuchao litchi is not a cinnamon flavor. Yubao litchi is a kind of litchi with small leaves and light green color. Yubao litchi has been cultivated in Yangxi County for more than 300 years, and hundreds of years old trees can be seen everywhere, bearing numerous fruits. This variety has small leaves, light green (which is the smallest and lightest among the existing cultivated varieties), narrow shape, slightly sharp apex, rolled leaf margins on both sides, and sunken midrib. The fruit is round, slightly heart-shaped, with red pericarp, raised cracked pieces, blunt lobes, white split grooves, a little green or sallow between, obviously raised fruit shoulders, with two kinds of shoulders and one shoulder, obvious abdominal groove in the abdomen of the pericarp, thick exocarp, less cracked fruit, and good storage and transportation resistance. Peeled flesh is milky and translucent, dry and clean, with thick and firm meat, crisp and sweet taste, slight fragrance, good taste and good flavor. The variety has large fruit shape, thick flesh and small core, single fruit weight of 25-34g, edible rate of 73.7%, rich nutrition in pulp, proper ratio of sugar and acid, soluble solids content of 18.4-20%, total sugar content of 16.4%, including reducing sugar content of 12.46%, citric acid of 0.07-0.1%, and vitamin C of 50.2mg per 100g. This variety has passed the variety examination and approval in Guangdong Province, and was rated as a famous variety at the National Agricultural Exhibition in Beijing in 2001.

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