MARDIA®

SPECIES: ALMOND

MARDIA   (Extremely late Flowering)

The most late flowering variety.

Tree: Medium vigor and erect growth habit, with tolerance to diseases.

Flower:Blooms 20 days after Guara, with white flowers of small size and epi-stigmatic pistil, both on spurs and mixed shoots. Average flower density, regular once the tree reaches a good productivity level.

Fruit: Ripening a week after Guara. Hard shell, without double layers. heart-shaped, pointed, shelling percentage of 25-30%. Medium kernel, without double kernels, of very good commercial aspect and very good taste.

Quality: Its composition shows average value for most components, but the content in oleic acid is very high.

SPECIFICATIONS

TreeUpright branchin behavior and medium vigor. Disease tolerance.
FruitHard shell and kernel in the shape of a heart. Very good taste. Performance 30%. No double kernels.
RipeningAugust 27th
PollinatorsSelf-Fertile

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