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PISTACIA ATLÁNTICA

From North Africa and the Canary Islands, it is a very hardy variety with an excellent adaptation to loose soils, but it tolerates heavy soils better than the Cornicabra variety. Endures drought very well. High vigour and good affinity with all the varieties. Good nutritional efficiency.

Agronomic characteristics

VIGOUR OF THE TREE High
PRODUCTION High
RESISTANCE TO VERTICILLIUM WILT Low
ENVIRONMENTAL DEMAND High
EARLY PERIOD Medium
HARDINESS Medium

NOTE: “The fruit of any tree will change from farm to farm depending on the farmer's cultural practices, particularly with regard to pruning and fertilising, as well as differences in soil and climate variations. In vigorous young trees the date of ripening and fruit characteristics will differ from those of mature trees. Over time, the normal characteristics of the variety will develop as the tree matures. Over fertilising young trees to increase the vigour, can have a detrimental effect on the quality of the fruit and or the productivity"

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