1 packet = 2 pieces = 300 grams (approx.)
Hass was at first thought to be an upright-growing variety since it was found crowded among other upright growing seedlings.
The original tree was really a mistake - a lucky chance seedling. In the late 1920's, Mr. Rudolph Hass, who was a postman, purchased seedling trees from A. R. Rideout of Whittier, for the purpose of developing two acres of budded trees of the Lyon variety.Hass' children first brought the tree to his attention. They preferred the fruit. Since the quality was high and the tree bore well, Hass patented it in 1935.