Good morning, Figaholics friends, this by far um, is not a rare fig um. It’s a Kadota fig. It has not grown that well. For us, it was a nursery purchased tree um and it’s doing a little bit better. Now I think I’ve had it for four years in the ground – and you know over here is a branch that is growing better.
So maybe I’ll, get some good new growth off of it now, but there’s some ripe fruit. This is not quite ripe, but it’s, one of the larger ones I’ll, go ahead and pick it just for size comparison, and this is a common variety grown for market by commercial growers.
Actually, it’s. Quite right, more so than I expected anyway, Kadota was a name developed by a nursery in the Fresno area. That said, it was a sport of de Dotato and I used to grow Dotato, but um um. It was a variety that did & # 39.
T cell that well for me and it was pretty common um and you know I decided to make room for something else. I got rid of it because I was growing Kadota, but maybe I should have kept a toddle and gotten rid of Kadota, but some people have said that’s, just nonsense.
There’s, no difference between the two, and I think that’s, probably right, so you can call this um, you know whatever you want there, um that you know. I would say that probably the tattoo is an Italian thing, so I think I’ll.
Leave it at that, because there’s a rubber. Well, I’ll, go ahead and pick a riper one that’s. Our propane cannon, we’re not being shot at. We’re, scaring birds away, very sweet mild flavor. It’s, a honey face, so this one’s, starting to dry, no spoilers very sweet again.
This is Kadota thanks for watching