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Bayoudi
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Adsi Abiad

Description
Condit

(syn. Adsi Abiad). Described by Guillochon (1913, 1927, 1929), and by Badie and Ghamrawi (1931), as a variety of the Common type bearing figs medium in size, oblate, with green skin and rose-colored pulp.

Minangoin (1931) described three Tunisian varieties with similar names, all three apparently requiring caprification. No. 5, Baioudi, from Gabès, produces medium, oblate fruits, green in color, with red pulp. No. 17, Bioudi, from Gafsa, has small, oblate figs, light green in color, with light-red pulp. No. 56, El-Baioudi, from Menzel Temine, is reported to bear above medium, spherical fruits, with thick skin, green in color, and red pulp. Valdeyron and Crossa-Raynaud (1950) report that the above names probably refer to several clones having fruits with light-colored skin.

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Type
Common
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