US variety, developed for cultivation in hot and humid climates. Fruit 150 to 250 grams, round and slightly flattened.
A variety originating in the USA, resulting from a double cross of ((Victor x Dobbies champion) x Pan american) x Rutgers, produced and developed by the USDA in Charleston, South Carolina for Florida growers who were looking for a variety that was resistant to the hot, humid climate and to wilting. Introduced in 1952.
Fruit 150-250 grams, round and slightly flattened, very firm. Faint depression at the stem attachment, umbilicus marked at a tiny point.
Generous production. Good disease resistance.
hot and humid
+ ou - 1.6m