This is a very old variety, described in later 1880's, how about that?
It's a green fig, just like Ischia, LSU Champagne, etc.
Kadota (Florentine) cultivar produces a medium-large, yellow fruit with an open ostiole that is partially sealed with a honey-like substance.
Fruit quality declines with extremely wet weather.
Although Kadota figs can be eaten fresh, they are better suited for canning and preserves. Fruit ripen in July, same as Celeste fig.
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