‘Pineras’ chico has small to medium round-ovate to slightly oblate fruits that weigh about 45-125 g per fruit. The skin is thin and brown. The flesh is firm but somewhat gritty, dry to slightly juicy, aromatic and very sweet (TSS 22%). It is propagated by marcotting and cleft grafting.
- Fruit crop variety
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- Plant variety protection
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