Rincon

Parentage: Hybrid
Peels:
Not easily
Seed Size: Large

Skin Texture:
Smooth
Blossom Type: A

Fruit Shape:
Narrowly obovate
Skin Color Unripe: Green
Skin Color Ripe: Green

Skin Thickness: Thin

Average Fruit Weight oz: 7 to 14

%Ratio Seed/Skin/Flesh: 29:11:60
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Additional Information:

Originated in Carlsbad, California, by Sam Thompson. Introduced in 1948. Thin, tender green skinned fruit with a pear shape. Some fruit have a small neck and a flat bottom. Ripens Jan. to Apr.; resembles Fuerte. Tree medium to small; weak grower; consistent and heavy bearer. Commercial variety in coastal areas.