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Leccino: This cultivar has an uncertain origin! On the Florentine area it was registered since the 1700 a.C. The Leccino plant is unique for its vigor and for its great shape. The bushy head is characterized by hanging branches and upright growth. The internodes are close. Flowering is generally intense with fertile and self-incompatible flowers. The drupes, oval shaped and of medium dimension, are one of the first variety that complete the maturity process and, usually, it is very uniform. The Leccino olives trees gives usually a good quantity of olives each year, but the yield in oil is always not so good. This cultivar has an excellent resistance to cold and disease.

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