Guara is one of the self-fertile varieties of late bloom and early harvesting that have been widespread in Spain
GuaraMedium fruit size, hard shell, round-elongated shape and kernel to nut ratio 37-41%
A few words about the variety: Guara
Guara is a self-fertile variety of late flowering.
It comes from the Spanish Institute CITA. It is one of the most common varieties in Spain and has a similar genetic basis to Tuono. As a tree, it has an average growth and open behavior, characteristics that classify it in the varieties which can be used for high-density plantation.
It is blossoming late, in Greece it blooms the last ten days of March. Its production is very large and does not show alternate bearing. It enters quickly into production.
It adapts well in many areas with different climate and soil characteristics.
The nut is medium-sized and it has hard shell. The nut to kernel ratio ranges from 37% two 41% and its average weight is 1.3g. Its double kernel percentage ranges from 15 to 20%.