Hayward variation selected by Department of Vegetal Production, University of Tuscia - Viterbo and Department of Cultivation and Protection of Wood Species "G. Scaramuzzi", University of Pisa.
Tree: Of medium-high vigour, it shows a high production, with a very large fruit even without thinning.
Editor: University of Tuscia - Italy
Flowering: Medium-late period. It needs a pollinator: Tomuri.
Maturation: Late ripening time. The harvesting takes place 5-6 days after Hayward.
Fruit: Large size fruit (middleweight over 120 grams). Tuscia® presents excellent storage ability (4/5 months).
Taste: Excellent organoleptic qualities, sweetness and acidity are well balanced.