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What Variety of Avacado Tree Is This?

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Does anyone know what variety of avacado tree this appears to be? I grew it from seed and I know the actual tree doesn't end up being the variety of avacado it cane from. Does it even have a specific variety, or is it kind of like a "wild" avocado since it isn't grafted? 

 

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Silas_Sancona
7 minutes ago, PalmTreeDude said:

Does anyone know what variety of avacado tree this appears to be? I grew it from seed and I know the actual tree doesn't end up being the variety of avacado it cane from. Does it even have a specific variety, or is it kind of like a "wild" avocado since it isn't grafted? 

 

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If you grew it from a store bought Avo. pit, it will be similar to the parent variety, which, since they're the most commonly sold, would be "Hass" or which ever is most commonly sold there.. Won't be until it Fruits and you can compare various aspects like whether or not it is an A or B type, when it flowers, and quality of the fruit before you'll know if you have a distinct variety, something average ..or a dud.

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Bennz

I can't recognise avo genetics, but I will say the best tasting avocado I grow is a chance seedling. Lots of people say seedlings are always useless but I disagree.

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