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Nabal Avocado



The Nabal Avocado is a large, almost round Avocado with smooth, easily-peeled, medium-thick skin that is dark green with bright green flecks on it. The large stone inside is surrounded by yellow flesh.

It is a Guatemalan-type avocado.

Grown in Israel, California, Florida and Australia.

History Notes

Brought to California in 1927; to Florida in 1937; Israel 1934.

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Guatemalan Avocados

Anaheim Avocado; Benik Avocado; Dickinson Avocado; Edranol Avocado; Ettinger Avocado; Fuerte Avocado; Guatemalan Avocados; Hass Avocado; Lamb Hass Avocado; Nabal Avocado; Pinkerton Avocado; Reed Avocado; Ryan Avocado

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