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'Kansas'

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The following description is from Fletcher (1915):

Introduced from Missouri, where it ripens in September; form, roundish oblate; size, rather large; color, yellow splashed with red; flavor, rich; quality, very good.















Fletcher, W.F.  1915.  
The Native Persimmon.  Farmers' Bulletin 685, United States Department of Agriculture,  Washington, D.C.  page 25.