ORIGIN: United States
USE: Table / Oil
TREE: A tree of strong vigor with an erect habit and canopy of medium density. The leaves are of medium length and width with an elliptic-lanceolate shape.
FRUIT: A fruit of medium weight of a slightly asymmetrical ovoid shape. Prized as a dual-purpose variety, being used in green and black pickling as well as oil production. When mature, the fruit has about 22% oil content. Fruit has a medium removal force and is freestone.
AGRONOMY: Productivity is medium and alternate. Ripening is late. Flowere in late May, and beginning of bearing is intermediate.
COMMENTS: This variety is considered hardy because of its resistance to cold. It is considered sensitive to olive leaf spot and verticillium wilt but it is resistant to olive knot.