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Bayoudi
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Adsi Abiad

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(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 Gab├Ęs, 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
Collection
Non-Carica
Availability
Beginner
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FMV Resistance
Average
RKN Resistance
Average
Container Adaptable
Average
Rooting Ease
Average
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Average
Rain Tolerance
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