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Variety
Kearney
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NPGS ID
AKA
Description
Condit

A seedling distributed by G. P. Rixford under his No. 2,830 in 1916, and fruited at Kearney Park, Fresno. Described by Condit (1928a) and illustrated by him (1928c) ; also described by Brooks and Olmo (1946); seldom found in commercial fig districts.

Tree vigorous, spreading, with green terminal buds; leaves above medium 3- to 5- lobed; sinuses of medium depth; base truncate to subcordate; outer margins coarsely serrate.

Mamme crop good; figs large, turbinate, with very short, thick neck and stalk, or neck absent; ribs prominent; color green, often tinged with violet white flecks very

conspicuous; scales of eye often tinged violet; interior purple.

Profichi crop inclined to be small; figs large, turbinate to spherical; neck and stalk short, thick; color light green; interior purple; meat white tinged with violet; inclined to become soft and pulpy. Midseason.

Mammoni figs numerous, unusually large, maturing over a long season; pulpy and attractive to dried-fruit beetles.

Family
Type
Caprifig
Readily Available?
No
Gateway?
No
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Main Season
Main Flavor Group
Main Skin Color
Green
Main Pulp Color
Purple
Main Eye
Main Flesh Color
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Breba?
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Cold Hardy?
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