VARIETY OF CONVENTIONAL AVOCADOS BALCON
With oval and bright green, very thin and smooth, easy to peel. Pulp quality and big bone. Californian origin introduced by James Bacon in 1920.'s The earliest variety in Malaga, his season spans the Fall. Your tree reaches a height and is very wind resistant, windproof and recommended as a pollinator of other varieties.
Pear-shaped and light green, thin, smooth and easy to peel skin. Pulp of excellent quality and medium size. Of Mexican origin in the area of Puebla. Its name is because it was the only variety that withstood a particularly harsh winter cold. It is one of the tastiest varieties.
With oval and green, brown at maturity thick, rugged, flexible and easy to peel skin. Pulp and excellent quality color and medium size. Californian home Rudolf G. Hass patented in 1920. This variety is the most favorite in the world and the largest production in Spain.
The origin comes from the south-central Mexico and northern Guatemala, is dated sometime between the year 7000 and 5000 BC, several millennia before this wild variety was cultivated. The archaeologists found seeds of Persea in Peru who were buried with Incan mummies dating back to 750 BC and there is evidence that was cultivated in Mexico as early as 1500 BC After the arrival of the Spaniards and the Conquest of America The species has spread to other parts of the world.
Before the arrival of Europeans was cultivated from northern Mexico to Guatemala. It is divided into three "races": West Indian and Mexican, Guatemalan. In the highlands of central and eastern Mexico generate the Mexican Race. The highlands of Guatemala Guatemalan generate Race, Ethnicity and the Antillean comes from the first plants found in the Antilles. Regarding the origin of the Antillean Raza, discrepancies exist since it is possible that the first specimens of this species, existing in Cuba, have been introduced from Mexico by the Spaniards or the English during colonization.
Since ancient times these three races were naturally mixed together by means of its own reproduction system. The result of these mergers, produced by cross-pollination was the result of new varieties, hybrid natural indefinite. From the beginning of last century began to 1900 copies of Persea select excellent attributes to win consumer markets, giving rise to different cultivars for decades led the world markets. All these new varieties worked well until in 1935 a new variety called "hass" was patented in the United States since the variety most valued and most valued.