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For early February harvest in Cornwall, 200-210 days, and late February to early March in Lincolnshire, 220-230 days.
- Matures ahead of Dionis F1 with very good uniformity and low sib levels leading to high percentage Class 1 heads
- Vigorous plants with very healthy foliage
- Frost tolerant leaves provide good curd cover
Table shows Cornwall (first row) followed by Lincolnshire (second row) harvest periods.
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* The varieties contain the resistant gene/s ” that known for now, however, resistant strains may exhibit some disease symptoms or damage under heavy pest pressure and/or under adverse environmental conditions. Soil temperature above 27°C and other stresses may cause nematode resistance to break.
** Please refer to the ISF definition of this term at http://www.worldseed.org/. A copy of the definitions for terms describing reactions of plants to pests for the Vegetable Seed Industry, can be obtained at our offices upon demand.
For all other crops:
* Resistant varieties may exhibit some disease symptoms or damage under heavy pest pressure and/or under adverse environmental conditions and/or in the face of new biotypes, pathotypes, races or strains of the pest that may emerge.
**please refer to the ISF definitions at http://www.worldseed.org. A copy of the definitions for terms describing reactions of plants to pests for the Vegetable Seed Industry, can be obtained at our offices upon demand.