Mayo

Parentage: Mexican
Peels:
Not easily
Seed Size: Medium

Skin Texture:
Smooth
Blossom Type: A

Fruit Shape:
High spheriod
Skin Color Unripe: Green
Skin Color Ripe: Green

Skin Thickness: Thin

Average Fruit Weight oz: 6 to 15

%Ratio Seed/Skin/Flesh: 16:8:76
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Additional Information:

Mayo - (Covacado). Originated in Covina, California. Introduced in 1947. Skin a light green with a tendency for brown blemishes. Season from early Oct. through Nov. Heavy and consistant producer. Flesh does not adhere to seed. Tree resistant to frost, production heavy and consistant. Historical early Mexican variety. Color is almost bronze. Tall, sagging tree.