... Intermediate resistance to powdery mildew. Avg. 3,100 seeds/lb. Packet: 30 seeds. SCIENTIFIC NAME: Cucurbita spp. CULTURE: Fertile, well-drained soil with a pH of 5.8–6.8 is best. Plastic mulch ...
Excellent combination of vigor and earliness. Fruits are medium long with moderate, but rather thick spines which result in less damage during transport. color is attractive green. Enormous yield potential. Strong tolerance to field diseases. ...
Fancy fruit and high yields guarded by powdery mildew tolerance. Characteristics Attractive, classy appearance Upright shape, classic color and look High yield potential Easy harvest management
SAATBAU offers seeds of oil pumpkin varieties and hybrids for different climatic zones. The breeding efforts concentrate on high oil content and excellent disease resistance. Breeding aims: hybrid and ...
... 7 kg round fruits with good colour and strong handles. Semi-bush variety which matures early. A consistent, high yielding pumpkin. Without doubt our best-selling Halloween variet
... Feed and water pumpkins regularly. When growing pumpkins, a thick mulch of organic matter spread around the plants will help to conserve moisture at the roots. Hoe between plants regularly to prevent ...
Plant characteristic: Orange spaghetti squash, early-bearing, high-yielding, bush plants Fruit type: Intense orange fleshed Shape and Flavor: Slightly sweet Average weight: 900 g (2 lb) Added value: Upon cooking, flesh breaks ...
... Growing on a semi-bush plant, Aspen F1 should be planted later than Howden. Control the size with plant population. A terrific pumpkin for high yields of jack o’lanterns that sell.
High yield and quality fruit Advantages of the variety are very high quality fruits, long shelf life and high yield. Good fruit setting in cold conditions over winter. Fruits are tolerance to deformation during harvest and transport. ...
... precocious gene that causes the pumpkin to begin with a yellow color and turn golden orange at maturity. This unique gene along with Early Harvest F1's early maturity can allow growers to catch up after adverse planting ...
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