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.