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  • AscPete
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    Excel, Galbun, Conadria, Flanders, Deanna, Tena, etc. were named cultivars (Hybrids)... The "unnamed" cultivars were the ones that were numbered when added to the repository. Attached is the UC Davis GRIN Ficus Carica list, http://www.ars-grin.gov/cgi-bin/npgs...Ficus%20carica

    As an example; Tena (DFIC21), http://www.ars-grin.gov/cgi-bin/npgs...lay.pl?1000788

  • Kelby
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    Pete, if I understand you correctly, Excel and Galbun, for example, have UCR numbers? They were both bred by Condit if memory serves.

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  • AscPete
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    The trees designated as UCR came from the test fields @ University California at Riverside Campus (R) the (D) designation is Davis Campus. Most are from seedling hybrids (man made selections).... many from the work done by Ira J Condit @ UC Riverside. The Pedigree at the bottom of the GRIN DFIC pages will sometimes list the crosses and selections that were made, http://www.ars-grin.gov/cgi-bin/npgs...lay.pl?1000257
    Pedigree
    Calimyrna x 228-20 | {Adriatic x [Verdal Longue x (Calimyrna x Kearney)]} x {[Monstreuse x (Calimyrna x Kearney)]}
    Similar to the LSU hybrids from the work done by E. N. O'Rourke.

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  • dkirtexas
    started a topic UCR UCD Fig Trees

    UCR UCD Fig Trees

    UCR UCD Fig Trees had to have come from somewhere and some must be known by a common name other than just a number. I have several and I wonder where or what they came from. Were they a result of a program, were they found in someones back yard?? Someone, somewhere must know or there must be some kind of documentation, one would think.
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