Tree grafted variety, Ross sapote
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Ross sapote can be a variety of Canistel or perhaps a close relative. Ross sapote is a selection of Canistel introduced by William F. Whitman in USA and brought from South America. It is unclear whether simply of a variety or a different species concerned. Like the Pouteria campechiana is an evergreen, open and well suited to the sub-tropics. The fruit grows in clusters and is rounder than the largest selections of Canistel known. It has a thin skin orange-yellow color, its flesh is moist, resembles a soft boiled egg yolk something, the taste is not directly comparable with other fruit. It is eaten fresh or milk shake. It tastes great and is similar in taste to Lúcuma Andean countries but sweeter. In favorable climates can give 2 blooms in the same year, making it more productive than canistel.
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