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Bouche de Bétizac

A large variety of chestnut, very early but non-staminate. Little is known as yet about its production capacity depending on situations. It can be compared with Précoce Migoule.

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Clone examinedCA 125
OriginINRA creation: Bouche rouge x CA 04 (C. Crenata)
Recommended cultivation area
  • Gironde, Charente, Dordogne, Brittany, Corrèze, Pyrénée Atlantiques, Ardèche.
  • Altitude limit not known
 
 
 

TREE

VigourQuite good
BearingVery erect
BuddingEarly.
StocksMust be grafted onto ink-resistant stocks
Flowering period
Non-staminate (no pollen)
Male flowers : 
Female flowers : 20 June - 10 July
 
 

FRUIT

FormShort and ovoid
ColourPale red chestnut, turning rapidly to dark brown
SizeLarge
Maturity periodEarly
dividing<12%
Natural preservationGood
Suitability for mechanical peelingVery good
Behaviour when transformedNot known
 
 
 

PRODUCTION

FruitingQuite quick 2 to 3 years
ProductivityGood 
 
 
 

PLANTING

SoilNeeds deep soil.
Densité10 m x 10 m
PollinatorMarsol (CA 07), or other long-staminated C. sativa
 
 
 
General assessment :
 
         A large variety of chestnut, very early but non-staminate. Little is known as yet about its production capacity depending on situations. It can be compared with Précoce Migoule.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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