Ideal for beginning the storage season from September to March. 115 days, for fresh market and medium-term storage. Can also be October sown (at own risk) for harvest in late July/early August fresh market only.

  • Excellent internal structure for 1kg heads, coleslaw production or slicing for prepared meals
  • Uniform head size with excellent taste, reaching up to 3kg when sown early. Risk of blindness when sown in early spring
  • Very vigorous, withstanding late planting on a range of soil types with low susceptibility to early winter frost

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Legal terms

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For tomatoes:

* 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.