Cutite tree, Pouteria Macrophylla grafted
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The Cutite or Pouteria Macrophylla is a sapotacea similar to canistel but more resistant to cold climates than this one, its flavor is excellent being very cultivated in the past in South American zones, very appreciated in Brazil where it is called cutitiriba, it enters into production early and before than the canistel giving more abundant harvests than the latter.
Fructifies in the months of spring to autumn. The fruits are delicious and have a creamy peanut taste, being optimal for natural consumption as a dessert fruit. The pulp can be used to fill cakes and to make ice cream. The flowers also have great beekeeping potential and it is much more tolerant to the wind than the mamey and the canistel.
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