Amarillo Rambutan
Named after its attractive golden yellow peel, ‘Amarillo’ is the first yellow known variety of rambutan. The oblong fruits have long spines, leathery skin and smooth white flesh. The tree produces about 50-60 kg of fresh fruits on its regular fruiting season. The fruit has 60.7% edible portion and weighs 34.12 g per fruit. ‘Amarillo’ tree is prolific and bears fruits from July to September. The strong and semi-erect trees originated from seedlings. The planting materials are reproduced by cleft grafting.
Fruit crop variety
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