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Is it Fayumi Fig Egypt also called as Sultani Fig? Anyone know about this?
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I found this. Your right

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Thanks guy. 
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Any know about German have any variety of fig? Because my friend will go to german at July, I would like to request him to buy some cutting fig back to Malaysia. (^^).
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Anyone have fayumi fig leaf photo? I need to review the leaf.
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There is sultani photos. Search this site.
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a quick search in this forum will bring this up


Egyptian sultani is as below:
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Sultani (syns. Fayoumi, Ramadi, Barshoumi, Sidi Gaber, Hejazi). Described and figured by Badie and Ghamrawi (1931) as the most common and widely distributed variety of Egypt. The following all proved to be identical in the variety plot at Riverside: P.I. No. 80,299, introduced into California in 1929 from Palestine as Sultane; No. 81,678, from the Tarring Fig Garden, England, in 1929 as Madagascar; and No. 80,152, from Ariana, Tunisia, in 1929 as Bidh-el-Atrous. The fruits show characters very similar to those described for the Sultani of Egypt. Therefore, all of the above will be treated here as one and the same variety. Bidh-el-Atrous is treated by Guillochon (1913, 1927, 1929) as a small, violet fig, with green ribs. Madagascar is briefly described by Spence (1846) as a small, globular, green sort, with narrowly lobed leaves, found in a West Tarring orchard. J. L. (1890) stated that the name Madagascar, “evidently a misnomer,” was attached to a very large fig, frequently met with at Lansing, England. Trees in Egypt and in California are vigorous, producing two crops. Leaves large, commonly nonlobed. The following description is from fruits produced at Riverside since 1940, in comparison with the account by Badie and Ghamrawi. Breba crop fair; figs above medium, pyriform; ribs prominent; eye large, scales pink; color green, flushed with chocolate brown; pulp coarse, strawberry in color; quality poor.


Sultane:
Condit "Sultane (syn. Grosse de Juillet). Described by Duchartre (1857), Du Breuil (1876), Mazières (1920), Bois (1928), and Simonet et al. (1945); the last with illustration of both first- and second-crop figs. Simonet and Chopinet (1947) described and illustrated this variety as Noire de Juillet. The following account is after that of Simonet et al. (1945) from fruits produced at Sollies-Pont, in southern France. Tree very productive. Brebas medium to large, pyriform to turbinate, with short neck; average weight 85 grams; stalk up to 1/2 inch long; ribs prominent; eye small, closed, sometimes slightly depressed, scales violet; skin firm, black on apex and body, shading to reddish brown toward the stalk; meat violet; pulp red; quality fair. Season late July. Second-crop figs medium, turbinate; average weight 57 grams; stalk 1/4 inch long; skin unusually firm, resistant to injury during transport; color black, with prominent, pruinose bloom; meat white; pulp dark red, of fine texture; quality good, Season September.

SULTANE (synonymes : Noire de juillet, Bellone bifère)


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I have a in ground tree. I will post some pics.
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http://figs4funforum.websitetoolbox.com/post/show_single_post?pid=1288381323&postcount=11&forum=0

One of the most speciel trees a fig collector can grow.

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for those who recall Aaron started a thread on his sultani which was of Persian decent/origin. Bass, in the same thread informs Aaron that there is another sultani variation from syria.

The sultani cited by richie, eli, and binbin is the fayoumi synonym, of egyptian origin/decent.

however there *may* be two additional varieties, one from Aaron and one from Bass, which *may* not be the Egyptian fayoumi. Or are they?  hmmmmm

see thread

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I just bought yesterday but unable to upload photo due to file more than 1mb.
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There is sultani photos. Search this site.
which website?
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I will try upload by tonight because my leaf is difference compare to this http://figs4funforum.websitetoolbox.com/post/show_single_post?pid=1288381323&postcount=11&forum=0. Thanks you for you all sharing.
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FB_IMG_1462431428132.jpg   This is just bought yesterday, but not sure is real Fayumi or not!!!
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Fayumi.png   (^^)
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Here are pictures of mine. The real deal from Egypt.

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Here are pictures of mine. The real deal from Egypt.


The leaf are difference. Emm....need to wait it have fruits. Anyway thanks.
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The one i got from Aaron looks like robs. Going to get fruit this year so hope its like robs. ;-))
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WINRERS ARE VERY MILD LOW 20'S BUT WARMS RIGHT UP DURING THE DAY. SUMMER IS EXTREMELY HOT & HUMID 100 degrees 100% humidity fig tree grow like crazy but some split from rain & humidity
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Col de rimada
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From my post leaf is it anyone will know is which variety of FIG? Seen it look difference from Fayumi Leaf.

I search photo for sultane I found this leaf but not sure is real or not. Hope all expert here can help to find out ;) !!! 1867905.jpg  this leaf look similar my leaf but I not sure real or not.

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Here are pictures of mine. The real deal from Egypt.


Wow... look very nice

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My Sultane fig leaf is similar as your posted picture.

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My Sultane fig leaf is similar as your posted picture.

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Your leaf also same as mine? FB_IMG_1462431428132.jpg   Also is Fayumi or Sultane?

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The sources i know are reliable and say that fayumi- sultani -cop- rmadi- are all the same.
Sultane is different.

The fayumi has Non lobed large leafs with gelatinous texturesd interior of fruit that ripens in the fall.

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The sources i know are reliable and say that fayumi- sultani -cop- rmadi- are all the same.
Sultane is different.

The fayumi has Non lobed large leafs with gelatinous texturesd interior of fruit that ripens in the fall.

Those look just like mine. I have 3 lobed leaves too in mine.

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Its funny Condit says that the quality of Sultani is poor but they are among the best of figs even better than Sbayi on some days.

Condit is for commercial growers!!!!!!!

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Its funny Condit says that the quality of Sultani is poor but they are among the best of figs even better than Sbayi on some days.

Condit is for commercial growers!!!!!!!

I think it is because it needs heat more than any other variety. Mine kept its figs green for about 4 months which is much more than other varieties in my area.

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i'll show you my sultane fig leaves..which part of malaysia are you living?
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