Forastero is the variety most commonly found in the Amazon and the world.
Criollo has large fruits that possess lots of pulp.
Trinitario, on the other hand, is the result of crossbreeding between forastero and criollo.
- João Dorismar Paixão
- Adriano Venturieri, an agronomist and researcher at Embrapa.
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