It is a selection from seedling progeny of WBDC V (Vengurla 36/3), a collection from Regional Fruit Research Station, Vengurla and released in 1989. Flowering season is from January to March with medium duration of 70 days. It has cluster bearing habit with about 12 fruits per bunch. This variety has average yield of 10 kg/tree with small nut size (4.6g nut weight). The shelling percentage is high (32%) with kernel grade of W 320. It has been found suitable for cultivation in the sandy and laterite soils of the East Coast.
It is a mid season flowering (Jan-Mar) variety having bold nuts with 8.6 g nut weight. The variety gives an average nut yield of 2.1 t/ha (10.5 kg/tree) and possesses high shelling percentage (32.5 %.
It is an Early flowering (Dec-Feb) variety having bold nuts with 7.4 g nut weight. The variety gives an average nut yield of 2.0 t/ha (10.0 kg/tree) and possesses high shelling percentage (30.0 %).