General

Variety
Abate
AKA

Arba, Paradiso of Cavolini, Panetto, Albachiara

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Overall Quality
High
Description

Condit Monograph

Abate (syns. Arba, Paradiso of Cavolini, Panetto, Albachiara). Described and illustrated by Vallese (1909); described by Guglielmi (1908), De Rosa (1911), Tamaro (1948), and Donno (1952). Cultivated in Lecce Province especially for production of fresh fruit. Tree vigorous in good Soil; leaves usually 3-lobed, large; twigs and buds described by Donno (1951a). Figs oblate-spherical, slightly depressed at the apex; stalk short; eye open; ribs numerous, elevated; color yellowish green; skin checking crisscross at maturity; pulp rose color, very sweet; seeds numerous.

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

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Main Crop

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

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