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Clockwise from 12:00- Barnisotte, Unk. Greek Mykonos, Unk LC, Sicilian Red, Acciano, BT, Sal's Corleone, Valle Negra, and in the middle was Genovese Nero

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Barnisotte   7
Unk. Greek Mykonos 8
Unk LC  8
Sicilian Red  9
Acciano  9
Br. Turkey  5:(
Sal's Corleone  9
Valle Negra  9
Genovese Nero 10

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Great stuff!
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Man, you have been busy!
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Art,

This is a nice display of black figs!
Congrats.
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If they were mixed with the white board would all the figs still maintain their rating or would it move up and down with the greater competition.  They are another great looking group of figs either way.

Thanks for showing and grading them

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Looks great, thanks for sharing
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Goss, That's a good question. I guess they might change if they were all together. I normally like the darker figs, but some of those white figs are really good.
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Art. good job. Thanks for sharing
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great looking figs, thanks for sharing
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Art I agree with all that you said about liking the dark better and that some of the white are really good to.  Until this year I just thought dark figs, dark figs, dark figs but this year I have had the pleasure of sampling many new varieties of figs thanks to Strudeldog and have had to readjust some of my thinking.  I have found their are several white figs that would rank very high in a taste test against anything I have sampled up till now.  So I love the way you did the comparison but also think a combined comparison would be enlightning too.

Thanks for all the work and for the pictures.

blessings

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Looks great, nice comparisons.
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