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Calita, a new plum variety

, : Calita, a new plum variety. Frutticoltura 39(12): 33

Calita is derived from the cross Gaviota X Eldorado made by the United States Horticultural Field Station at Fresno in California and was introduced to Italy as FK5-37 in 1967-8. It has shown good fruit quality and regular yields in both countries. It is a Japanese-type variety and flowers 4-5 days after Shiro, flowering lasting about 15 days. The flowers are self incompatible and good pollinators are Laroda, S. Rosa, Burbank, Sorriso and Morettini.

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