Moraiolo: This cultivar is very hardy and widespread. The head is not particularly expansive and not very bushy, and an upright inclination.. The flowering is of elevated intensity with only partially self-compatible flowers. The fruit, oval shaped and of medium dimension, has a high resistance to detachment and at the time of harvest is completely black or presents a nice shade of red, yellow and black. The yield in oil is one of the best of all Tuscan cultivars. It is sensitive to low temperatures and is a late ripening olive.

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