Madrigal is a self-fertile variety that is harvested late in the season. Its fruit setting and, consequently, its production is astonishing.
MadrigalVery large yield, excellent fruit quality, very good taste.
A few words about the Madrigal apricot variety
Madrigal apricot is a self-fertile variety that is harvested late in the season.
It comes from the varieties improvement program of the French company PSB based in Murcia, Spain. The behavior of the tree is semi–open and its growth is considered strong.
It is a self-fertile variety and its flowering is abundant and with a high percentage of good flowers.
Its fruit setting and thus its production is astonishing. In the experimental field of the company in Spain, Madrigal planted at distances of 2.5X5 (Spanish shrub), approximated 65 tons per hectare.
The fruit has an oval shape and very good hardness. The color of the fruit is red in almost all of the surface and the rest is orange. The size of the fruit is 2 A with very little thinning. With a strict thinning the size ranges from 2 A to 3 A.
Its taste is very good, sweet and aromatic. Madrigal is resistant to tearing or cracking due to rainfall.