This is a hybrid (H2/11) developed from the cross between Tree No.1 as female parent and Tree No.273 as male parent and was released in the year 1980. The average yield is 10 kg/tree. The percentage of perfect flowers is about 13 with a fruit set of eight fruits per panicle. Nuts are medium in size with a nut weight of 5g and the shelling percentage of 27.5. Kernel protein percentage is 19.8%. The apple is medium in size and yellow in colour with the juice content of 57%. Kernel grade is W 400. This hybrid is withdrawn from recommendation for cultivation.
This is also a hybrid (H2/12) with the same parentage as BPP 1, that is, T.No.1 x T.No.273. Released in 1980. The average yield is 11 kg/tree. The nuts are small with a nut weight of 4g and shelling percentage of 25.7. The percentage of bisexual flowers is 8 with the fruit set of 8 to 10/panicle. The protein content of kernels is 21.3%. Juice content in apple is 67%. Kernel grade is W 450. This hybrid is withdrawn from recommendation for cultivation..
This is a selection from the germplasm collected from Simhachalam in Vishakapatnam district of Andhra Pradesh (3/3 Simhachalam) and the variety was released in 1980. Bisexual flower percentage is 15%. The average yield recorded was 11 kg/tree. The nut weight is 4.8g with shelling percentage of 28.1. Protein content is 19.0%. The apple has juice content of 67%. Kernel grade is W 400. This selection is withdrawn from recommendation for cultivation..
This is the selection from germplasm accession of 9/8 Epurupalem and released in 1980. This variety has distinct light pink pigmentation in their youngest leaves. The bisexual flower percentage is about 8%. The average yield is 10.5kg/tree with a nut weight of 6g. Shelling percentage is poor (23%). Protein % of kernels is 18.1%. The apple colour is yellow and shape is conical. Kernel grade is W 400..
This is the selection from germplasm accession T.No.1. This variety was released in 1980. The bisexual flower percentage is 10%. The nut weight is 5.2g. The mean nut yield is 11kg/tree with shelling percentage of only 24. Protein percentage is also rather low (16.8%). Apple has juice content of 64%. Kernel grade is W 400. This selection is withdrawn from recommendation for cultivation..
This is also a selection from germplasm collection. Tree NO.56 was the source material for this variety released in 1980. The mean bisexual flower percentage is 8% and mean yield of nuts is about 10.5kg/tree. The nut weight is 5.2g and shelling percentage of this variety is also only 24. Protein percentage is 20.3%. Juice content of apple is very high (74%). Kernel grade is W 400..
It is a hybrid (H2/16) derived from the cross Tree No.1 x Tree No.39 and released in 1993 for general cultivation in Andhra Pradesh. It has been performing well in Orissa and West Bengal also. This variety is superior to all the other six varieties developed from Bapatla. The variety has mean yield of 14 kg/tree with better nut size (8.2g). Shelling percentage (29%) of this variety is also better than the rest of the varieties released from Bapatla so far. Kernel grade is W 210 (export grade)..