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Poppa
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Coppa

Description
Condit

(syn. Coppa). Described by Guglielmi (1908), Vallese (1909), and Donno (1952); leaves and fruit illustrated by Vallese. The tree produces only a second crop, which matures from mid-August to late September. According to Vallese, some growers practice caprification for this variety, while others maintain that it is not necessary. Donno, on the other hand, states that all growers caprify Poppa figs.

Leaves are medium, generally 3-lobed.

Figs large, oblique-turbinate, depressed at the apex; stalk very short; ribs slightly elevated; skin checking crisscross at maturity; color greenish yellow; pulp dark amber; seeds few. Consumed mostly in the fresh state.

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Type
Common
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