Kabkab

Kababab cultivar is one of the most important and most abundant cultivars in Kheshti and Karmarj, Kazeroun and Dashtestan (Borazjan). This cultivar has been grown in many other high-rise areas such as Khormoj, Behbahan, Kazeroon, Jahrom, and Tabas.

Kabakab Behbahan is very sweet and it is smaller than the Kabkaab, the smallest and soup. The size of the cobbab is very coarse, the crunching (Kharg) of this figure is not usable. So you have to bake and dry it for consumption.

The color of the fruit is in the Khark's stage and the yellow rust, and in full appearance it becomes dark brown. It is more consumed in rattan and date. In terms of economic significance in Iran, after the Sa'mran, Shahani and Mazafati. It is considered as the "more" cultivar.

Oval fruit weighs about 15 grams with semi-arid texture and bright yellow, thick shells are thick. The proportion of flesh to the core is 9.25. Oval core, narrow and stretched, gray, the amount of core adhesion to the fruit is high.

The Kharg arrives in late August, but the harvest is quite ripe (dates) in mid-September. The attachment rate of the warhead to the fruit is high.