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Darryl Levy tells me that the "BA-1" fig was found in the abandoned test plot of an unidentified graduate student at Texas A&M during the Alma breeding program. The name "BA-1" probably came from a label found on it or a grid location. Darryl says it is a very good fig in Gulf Coast Texas and Florida, but may be relatively tender to cold weather. Survived. Vigorous regrowth. Excellent small to medium fruit. Yellow with brownish red stripes and light strawberry pulp. Produces a drop of honeydew which seals the small eye. (001c)