NAPLES WHITE
DESCRIPTION

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Accession No. 0176
Accession No. 0194
Accession No. 0456

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NAPOLITANA BLACK NO. 1
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Accession No. 0472
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NAPOLITANA NEGRA
DESCRIPTION
Color black, very large and long, when mature there are white cracks. - Not from Italy, Spanish name, Spanish fig. (910)PP
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Accession No.
Accession No.

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NARDI BLACK
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Large dark fig, Could be similar to Enrico. Have not been able to narrow it down with certainty. Outdoor tree in-ground. (910)PK
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NARDINE
DESCRIPTION
Another Condit hybrid. Yellow skin. Large with good flavor. (006b)
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Accession No. 2122 (1-22)
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NARRAGANSETT 1724
DESCRIPTION
Black Mission type found in Point Loma, San Diego, CA. (910)
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Accession No. 0918
Accession No. 0919

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NARRAGANSETT 1934
DESCRIPTION
Black Mission type found in Point Loma, San Diego, CA. (910)
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Accession No. 0918
Accession No. 0919

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NARRAGANSETT 5334
DESCRIPTION
Bears two crops. Found in Point Loma, San Diego, CA. May be White Adriatic, but will require further evaluation to confirm. Performs very well in cool climate, a few blocks from the Pacific Ocean. (910)
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Accession No. 0760
Accession No. 0934
Accession No. 1010

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NATALINA
DESCRIPTION
Abundant 1" very sweet purple fruit. (073) I remember Natalina figs very well. In italy it was a small dark tasty fig that ripened late in the fall. Natalina [is] an Italian word for Christmas. (928)
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Accession No. 2213 (2-13)
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NATALINO
SEE PASQUALE


NATIVE DE ARGENTILE
SYN: HATIVE DE ARGENTUEIL
DESCRIPTION

[A]n obvious misnomer [for Hative de Argentueil]. (006c)
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Accession No. 2225 (2-25)
Accession No. 0928

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UC Davis DFIC0086 (049a)

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NAZARTI
DESCRIPTION
Recent imports include Zidi from Tunisia in the 1950s and Nazari from Israel in 1997. (006d) Most of the crop is the Nazarati variety. The brebas are very big but the taste to my opinion is only fair. The Nazarati variety is probably White Bosnian. (006f) Probably the same as White Bosnian. Delicious green skinned fig with strawberry colored insides. From the USDA Davis collection. (1158)
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BREBA CROP: Yes.
ORIGIN: ISRAEL
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Accession No. 2416 (4-16)
Accession No. 1039

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UC Davis (049a)

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NEALE 8461
DESCRIPTION
Tree found in San Diego, CA in 2014.
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NEBIAN
SEE ADRIATIC


NEGRA
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NEGRA (WATTS)
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NEGRA D'AGDE
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Accession No. 0336
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NEGRETTA
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Accession No. 0446
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NEGRETTE OF ROUSSILLON
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NEGRO D'ESPAYNE
SEE BLACK SPANISH DESCRIPTION
Listed by George Neilson in 1874 as being grown at the RVHS gardens at Burnley. No description. (Australia) (021) (Burnley 1896) [Same as] Black Spanish/ Brown Turkey? (Australia) (060)
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NEGRO LARGO
SYN BROWN TURKEY
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NEGRONNE
SYN: BORDEAUX
, NAGRONNE, VIOLETTE DE BORDEAUX
DESCRIPTION

Bordeaux is a French region which grows many varieties of figs. Condit's Bordeaux is usually and appropriately called Negronne in Bordeaux (after the town of Negronne which is apparently its place of origin). Giorgio Gallesio coined the Cuore, which means "heart-shaped," in 1817 for the fig already known as Rubado in Liguria. (006e) Good cool climate fig ripens early. Fruits are medium sized black with sweet dense red flesh. Naturally small tree does well in containers. Rich intense flavor! One of the best. (1158)
SKIN COLOR: BLACK
FLESH COLOR: DK RED
BREBA CROP: YES
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Accession No. 2402 (4-02)
Accession No. 0260
Accession No. 0270
Accession No. 0411
Accession No. 0743
Accession No. 0788

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NEOPOLITAINE
DESCRIPTION
Listed by Barraclough as being grown at Burnley in 1896. Not listed in any other sources. (Australia) (021)
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NERI
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Accession No. 0226
Accession No. 0706

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NERI 2
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NERO
SYN: BARNISOTTE, BROGIOTTO NOIRE, BROGIOTTO NERO, ISCHIA BLACK, SCAVELLO
DESCRIPTION

A large purplish-black fig with light pink pulp. Turbinate-pyriform with a flattened apex. Eye medium, open. Flavor is fairly sweet and rich. Very good to excellent flavor. Well-adapted in the Southwest and South. (006a) (004)
SKIN COLOR: Purple / Black.
FLESH COLOR: Light Pink.
BREBA CROP: Yes.
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Accession No. 2128 (1-18)
Accession No. 0607

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NERO BC
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Accession No. 0053
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NERO 600M
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Accession No.
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NERO BARNISOTTE
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Accession No. 0247
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NERO CAESAR
SYN: NERO CESAR
DESCRIPTION

USDA Accession DFIC 0252 misspelled as Nero Cesar. (910)
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Accession No. 2104 (1-04)
Accession No. 0704

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UC Davis DFIC0252 (049a)

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NERO CESAR
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NEVERALLA
SYN: ARCHIPEL, OSBORN, OSBORNE'S PROLIFIC
DESCRIPTION

A medium bronze to brown fig with white to amber pulp. Brebas are pyriform with prominent neck; main crop figs are pyriform to turbinate with a thick neck. Variable stalks. Fair flavor. Resembles Osborn Prolific. (001a)
SKIN COLOR: BRONZE
FLESH COLOR: WHITE / AMBER
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Accession No. 0201
Accession No. 0842

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NEW JELLY STRAWBERRY
DESCRIPTION
Obtained from Exotica Nursery, Vista CA. (910)
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Accession No. 0373
Accession No. 0634
Accession No. 1047

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NIAGARA BLACK
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Accession No. 1335
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NIGRA
DESCRIPTION
Listed by Barraclough as being grown at Burnley in 1896. Not listed in any other sources. (Australia) (021)
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NO TAG
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Accession No. 1024 "FN"
Accession No. 1055 "FN"
Accession No. 1094 "Mislabel 170 Zumwalt"

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NOAH
DESCRIPTION
A very old tree. My grandfather planted it many years ago. It makes a small black fig that is very sweet. I have never seen another one like it here. (910)BR
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Accession No.
Accession No.

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NOBILE
DESCRIPTION

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Accession No.
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UC Davis DFIC0350 (049a)

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NOIRE DE BARBENTANE
DESCRIPTION
Native of Provence, one calls it So black of Mormoiron. The tree is ornamental and its big LEAVES have 3 little deep lobes and raise also themselves towards the sky. The fruit looks very much like the Bouriasotte as by its aspect as by its monetary value. [Translated from French] (046)
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Accession No. 0338
Accession No. 0806

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NOIRE DE CAROMB
SYN: DOUQUEIRA NEGRA, PERROQUINE, BLACK OF CAROMB
DESCRIPTION

From Provence, Bouches-du-Rhone, Vaucluse, Roussillon, the Aude. Two crops, good productivity. Harvest at the end of August until the end of October. Pyriform, elongateded, small in size, has purple skin to black pruineuse rather thin, characteristic shiny aspect, rather long stalk, little marked collar. Very sweet, fresh very delicious, consume fresh or dried. [Translated from French] (046)
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Accession No. 0103
Accession No. 1086

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UC Davis DFIC0211 (049a)

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NORAL TARDIA (Late)
SYN: ESPANA NO. 7
DESCRIPTION
Cream-brown color when ripe and slit is white. Late variety but bery sweet. (910)PP
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Accession No. 0396
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NORDLAND
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Accession No. 0150
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NORMAN'S YELLOW
DESCRIPTION
Sold by Rolling River Nursery. (910) A heavy bearing early breba crop producing San Pedro type fig. Similar to Dessert King, but has yellow fruits with the same great flavor. A vigorous quick growing and long lived tree. Great variety for both cool short season & warm climates. From the original planting at one of the early homesteads here in Orleans, now the farm of Norman Coates and Coates Vineyards. (1158)
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Accession No. 2017 (0-17)
Accession No. 0705
Accession No. 0957

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NSA NO.1 GREEN
DESCRIPTION
This is a seedling tree selected and grown at New Stone Age Farms, CA. (910)
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Accession No. 2406 (4-06)
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UC Davis DFIC0244 (049a)

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NUHURSKII
DESCRIPTION 2013: F4F Accession 0703 fromed fruit, but appear to be dropping them in mid-July. (910)

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Accession No. 2002 (0-02)
Accession No. 0703

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UC Davis DFIC0179 (049a)

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