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Camarosa has been the most widely cultivated variety for some years now (accounts for about 60% of the world's production). It adapts greatly to all weather conditions, from the humid subtropical regions of Florida and Argentina to Mediterranean regions like…
Its main characteristic is the outstanding quality of its fruit, in size (larger than Diamante) as well as in taste and fruit firmness (32 grams per fruit in average). Albion combines the positive characteristics of Diamante and Aroma. It is…
Short-day variety starting production slightly later than Camarosa. The average yield of Camino Real exceeds those of Camarosa and Gaviota, with a remarkably lower rate of second quality fruit. Camino Real plants are small, compact and easy to handle. Its…
Diamante stands out in fruit quality, excellent flavour and fruit size (30-31 grams per fruit). Its plants are more compact and upright than Selva and Seascape, with a lower percentage of undersized fruit and therefore a lower cull rate than…
Its main characteristic is its outstanding fruit quality, good fruit size (24-26 grams per fruit), and a more upright growth habit than Selva and Seascape.
Gaviota stands out in fruit quality (especially its flavour), fruit size (26-28 grams per fruit) and its open, compact and erect growth habit.
Its main characteristic is its outstanding fruit quality and good fruit size (24-26 grams per fruit).
In early plantings, Palomar can be planted even 10 days ahead of Festival. Currently the early variety with the best organoleptic quality of the market.
MONTERREY is similar to SAN ANDREAS as concerns production characteristics. Its main differences concern fruit flavour and plant vigour. MONTERREY fruit is very sweet, i.e. it has low acidity levels.
SAN ANDREAS is a moderate day-neutral (everbearing) variety with an excellent fruit quality (similar to Albion), outstanding flavour, little nursery chill requirements, and resistance to diseases.
It is the most productive variety registered by the University of California, producing more than 3 kg per plant with the traditional growing system implemented at Watsonville, California.
Plants with medium-to-high vigour, less leafy than Camarosa, which allows for denser plantings.
Medium-to-high vigour, especially at the start of the season. Throughout the entire season it is less vigorous than Camarosa, though.
Short-day variety mainly used as fresh plant at high-altitude nurseries for winter and spring crops. Ventana starts to produce at the same time as Camarosa. However, it yields more fruit at the beginning of the season, has a greater overall…