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Nuts

Barona (cov)

Its « extraordinary » average size, number of fruit per inflorescence, ease to pollinate and type of fruiting make Barona an exceptional and innovative variety in the current range.

This characteristic allow Barona to establish itself in cultivation areas where traditional varieties are not productive enough and to extend the production area.

This new variety is intended for areas with little frost and behaves very well in areas with medium chilling unit (~ 500h cold below 7.2ºC). Very good behavior in the south of Portugal.

Intellectuel property

Breeder : Mr. François Vez

License manager : INTERNATIONAL PLANT SELECTION

Tree

Port : semi spreading

Vigour : medium

Flowering time

Pollinator : Protandry variety to pollinate. Easy pollination with mid-season varieties: TULARE, HOWARD, CHANDLER. 3% pollinators are recommended. It is essential to combine pollinators dispersed in staggered rows.

Fruit

Maturity : -5j Ferbel (témoin)

Size : 80% of the fruits have a size bigger than 38 mm. Average weight of 20g

Organoleptic qualities : Good

Shape : Fruit rounded, weak prominence of pad suture, short tip.

Fruit skin colour : Smooth shell, medium thickness, very good resistance to handling.

Flesh colour : Extra light fleshy kernels (blond) and shiny with a majority of extra. Good filling of the shell, easy to shell.

Additional information :

Very high yield potential estimated 6000kg/ha on the 6th leafing.

Very high yield of kernels 46-52%

100% lateral fruiting, very early fruit setting.

Barona is very well suited to drive in hedge row.

Easy shelling


Our suggestions

Barona (cov)

Maturity : -5j Ferbel (témoin)

Its « extraordinary » average size, number of fruit per inflorescence, ease to pollinate and type of fruiting make Barona an exceptional and innovative variety in the current range.

This characteristic allow Barona to establish itself in cultivation areas where traditional varieties are not productive enough and to extend the production area.

This new variety is intended for areas with little frost and behaves very well in areas with medium chilling unit (~ 500h cold below 7.2ºC). Very good behavior in the south of Portugal.

Independence®

Maturity : -25j Lauranne®

Self compatible variety, with sweet and flavoursome organoleptic qualities and a very high productivity in all regions.

Most planted variety in the USA.

Low alternate bearing.

Barquesa (cov)

Maturity : 0j Ferbel (témoin)

This new variety type Chandler presents an important qualitative evolution with a higher dominant size, extra quality of kernel, lower need of chilling hours than Chandler (600) and excellent productivity.

The strong vigor of BARQUESA does not penalize its quick fruit set.

Its late budburst period (LARA period, 5/6 days after FERBEL) limits the risk of spring frost in risk areas.

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