Beat Ramon


Beat Ramon

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Beat Ramon is a cultivar of fig type common fig Ficus carica, Bifera (two crops per season: brebas in spring and main crop in the autumn), with figs skin color on black background blue with reddish brown located in the neck. It is grown on the collection of fig trees of Montserrat Pons i Boscana in Llucmajor Balearic Islands.

At the moment it cultivates it in its collection of Balearic figs Montserrat Pons i Boscana, rescued of an example or mother fig tree located in the term of Llucmajor in land of monoculture.

The variety 'Beat Ramon' is a variety originally from Manacor. It can be considered as a sub- variety of ' Albacor '.

The 'Beat Ramon' fig tree is a bipe variety of the common fig type. Tree of medium vigor, with a good development, rounded and irregular cup very tight of quite thick leaves. Its leaves are 3 lobes and 1 lobe in its majority, and few of 5 lobes. Its leaves with teeth present serrated margins. 'Beat Ramon' has little fig detachment, reduced yield and medium harvest period. The cone-shaped yellowish-green apical bud.

The fruits of the fig tree 'Beat Ramon' are figs of a size of length x width: 38 x 48 mm, with pear-shaped form in both figs and figs, little uniform in dimensions and asymmetrical in shape, which present medium fruits of about 28,620 grams on average (large in brebas and smaller in figs), of medium to hard consistency epidermis , medium skin thickness, with a bluish black background color with a reddish brown color on the neck. Ostiolo of 2 to 3 mm with small red scales. Peduncle 5 to 8 mm long reddish in principle and when ripe cylindrical light green. Scarce longitudinal cracks. Ribs little marked. With a ºBrix (sugar level) of 25 with a very sweet and tasty flavor, with red pulp color. With small internal cavity, with medium achenes. The figs ripen during a period of medium harvest, of a beginning of maturation in the figs on June 27 and of the main fig crop on August 22 to September 30. Reduced productive yield and medium harvest period.

It is used as fresh figs in human food. Fairly resistant to adverse weather conditions, transport and opening of the ostiolo.

'Beat Ramon', is used as fresh figs in humans. It is trying to recover of cultivated specimens in the Balearic fig collection of Montserrat Pons i Boscana in Llucmajor.

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Pons: 8/22-9/30, 28.5g

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Pons: 6/27


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