General

Variety
Abakour Amellal
AKA

Abakor, Thabakor Amellal

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Description

A white fig, the name meaning early white: extensively grown in Kabylia. Two crops.

Condit Monograph

As Abakor: (syn. Abakour Amellal). According to Hanoteau and Letourneux (1872), the Kabyles retain the Arabic name bakour, “early,” for this variety, because of its abundant crop of brebas. Listed by Eisen (1901) as Abakour Amellal, probably from P.I. No. 6,469; described and illustrated by Mann (1939b) ; see also Montagnac (1952).

Trees vigorous, producing two crops. Leaves 5-lobed.

Figs medium, globular; stalk short; ribs present; eye open; skin green; pulp rose- colored; quality mediocre. Brebas consumed fresh; second-crop figs generally dried.

Condit Group
Common Fig with Green or Yellow Skin and Various Shades of Red Pulp
Family
TBD
Sub Family
Type
Common
Non-Carica
No
Origin
Algeria
Collections
US Availability
Poor
Beginner
Poor
Commercial Suitability
Cold Hardiness
Vigor
Average
Produces After Die-back
Average
Rooting Ease
Average
Container Adaptable
Average
RKN Resistance
Average
FMV Resistance
Average

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Main Crop

Main Crop Flavor Rating
Main Crop Season
Early
Main Crop Yield
Average
Main Crop Flavors
Ross Raddi's Flavor Group
Main Crop Hang Time
Main Crop Fruit Size
Main Crop Seed Crunch
Main Crop Toughness
Main Crop Eye Opening
Main Crop Fruit Drop Resistance
Average
Main Crop Split Resistance
Main Crop Rain Tolerance
Average
Main Crop Drying on Tree Capability
Main Crop Uses

Breba Crop

Breba Crop?
Yes
Breba Crop Flavor Rating
Breba Yield
Breba Flavor
Breba Fruit Size
Breba Seed Crunch
Breba Crop Toughness
Breba Eye Opening
Breba Fruit Drop Resistance
Breba Split Resistance
Breba Rain Tolerance
Average
Breba Uses

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