The present invention relates to a peach-almond hybrid tree, Prunus sp., and more particularly to a new and distinct variety broadly characterized by a very large, extremely vigorous, hardy, self-sterile, productive and regular bearing tree. The fruit matures under the ecological conditions described in early September, with the first picking on Sep. 4, 2004. The tree is commercially useful as a rootstock for almost all prunus species. The variety was developed as a first generation cross using `Titan` (unpatented) almond as the selected seed parent and `Nemaguard` (unpatented) peach as the selected pollen parent.


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