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We characterize for having the best grapes of the region, seeded and harvested under the highest quality standards and the goal of all families around the world enjoy the best of Sonora.


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Perlette means small pearl in French, this pearl was obtained in Davis, California, by HP OLMO in 1946 from a cross made in 1936 between Queen of the vineyards x Sultanina.
Type: Seedless.
Berry: White to pale yellow.
Shape: Spherical
Size: Very small.
Flavor: Neutral.
Pulp: Crunchy.
Skin: Medium,resistant and little bloom.
Cluster: Medium to large, tapered cylindrical, winged, with two wings and compact.

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Prime Seedless is a variety of green seedless grape is among the earliest of the season in Sonora. It was developed in Israel and has gained a special place in international markets with its round berries of good size, abundant clusters, good taste and early production.
Synonymy: Prime.
Type: Seedless.
Berry: Light green, yellowish green.
Shape: Round and / or spherical.
Size: Large and Very Large.
Flavor: Neutral.

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Variety of Californian origin obtained by the Top farming company Bakersfield a cross between Cardinal x apirena (secret), and introduced in 1972..
Synonymy: Regular Superior Seedless, Sugra One, Sugraone, Superior.
Type: Seedless.
Berry: Light green, yellowish green.
Shape: Ovoid.
Size: Medium to large.
Flavor: Neutral, slightly aromatic.
Pulp: Crunchy.
Skin: Thick, consistent and something bloom.
Cluster: Medium to large, conical, sometimes winged and semi-compact.

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Variety obtained by J. Weinberger on the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) in Fresno, California, in 1961, by a multiple junction (Cardinal x Sultanina) x [(Red Málaga x Tifafihi Ahmer) x (Muscat of Alexandria x Sultanina )].
Synonymy: Red Flame.
Type: Seedless.
Season: Very early.

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Summer Royal is a mid-season black seedless table grape developed and released by David Ramming and Ron Tarailo of the USDA-ARS in Fresno, California. Formerly known and tested as USDA selection B74-99, this cultivar was released in the spring of 1999. The cultivar resulted from the cross of seeded cultivar A69-190 and seedless cultivar C20-149 made in 1985.
The clusters are medium in size, conical in shape and are slightly loose with round to oval-shaped berries weighing approximately 5.0 grams. Less than 100 hectares of this cultivar have been planted to date. The cultivar has excellent eating characteristics; the berries are firm and crisp and have a sweet, neutral flavor.

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Obtained in 1958 by H.P. OLMO and A. KOYAMA in Davis, California. Is the result of a multiple junction (Hunisia x Emperor) x (Hunisia x Emperor x Nocera).
Synonymy: Red Globe
Type: Seed (3-4).
Season: Medium.
Berry: Red, red wine, rose, violet red.
Shape: Spherical.
Size: Very large.
Flavor: Neutral.
Pulp: Crunchy.
Skin: Thick, resistant and easy to detach.
Cluster: Very large, cylindrical, conical, winged, winged medium to long and semisuelto a semi-compact.

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The genetic origin is unknown, but is thought to originate from a Chilean selection in the village of Llay-Llay, in the valley of the Aconcagua. It is relatively new and growing commercially used.
The clusters are medium sized, conical trunk shape, winged and quite loose. Their average weight, ready for export, fluctuates between 760 and 1000 grams.
The berries are seedless, black, and cylindrical, slightly crispy, relatively thick skin and pulp palatable. Its size varies between 17 and 19 mm can present problems in coloring, especially when on the ground many bunches at harvest are left.
The plant is vigorous with good productivity and high fertility of buds. Has a habit of fruiting on basal buds, causing fits very well to pruning cord Pythons 2-3 buds.
Harvesting should be done when the cluster meets a minimum sugar content of 16 Brix, has good cold storage conditions, in terms of shelling and features of the stalk (dehydration).

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Midseason grape with white to amber, with a unique flavor to "Toffee / Caramel" maintains flavor in storage for a long period of time with high yields achieved an excellent reception in the US and the United Kingdom..
Shape: Oval.
Size: Large.
Season: Early August .
Flavor: Unique flavor, yields well.

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This is a seedless red grape with large berries enriched with a great fruity wrapped in crispy skin. High yield and moderate production cost, also has an excellent quality and a great reception in the markets.
Type: Seedless.
Shape: Oval.
Size: Large.
Pulp: Crispy.

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Our squash are planted in our fields (La Merced and Santa María), seeded in optimal conditions ensuring that the final consumer enjoyment in the company of your family best product of Sonora.

Zuchinni

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Yellow

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Gray

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We have cucumbers open field (Don Roberto) and within mesh (Santa Maria), seeking to please in full the preferences of our customers throughout the care process to obtain the best product in the region.

Americano

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European

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