General

Variety
Abougandjour
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Overall Quality
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Description

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Abougandjour. Described and illustrated by Mauri (1942). Name signifies “long beak,” owing to the particularly long stalk. Grown near Fort National; also common at Mechtras, Boghni, and Dra-el-Mizan, where it is appreciated for its productiveness and good keeping qualities.

Tree vigorous, compact. Leaves rather small, 3-lobed. Figs globular; neck short; size medium; stalk over 1/2 inch in length; color violet-black; pulp garnet, solid.

Condit Group
Smyrna Fig with Various Shades of Red or Brown or Violet to Black Dark Skin and Various Shades of Red Pulp
Family
TBD
Sub Family
Type
Smyrna
Non-Carica
No
Origin
France
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US Availability
Poor
Beginner
Poor
Commercial Suitability
Cold Hardiness
Vigor
High
Produces After Die-back
Rooting Ease
Container Adaptable
RKN Resistance
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Medium
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