VEGETABLES

TURNIP TOPS

Brassica rapa sylvestris esculenta

107 SESSANTINA

      RICCIA DI SARNO

Excellent variety, uniform and abundant cropper, ready for marketing in 60 days. Vigorous plant with abundant, deeply serrated foliage. Differs from other varieties for its attractively large, round and uniform tops that flower above the foliage. Harvested by cutting at the foot before flowering is completed. SOWING: sow directly outdoors, broadcast or in rows at intervals of 15-20 cm with 40-50 cm between rows. Can be sown throughout the year, but the best vresults are obtained with autumn sowings.
It is advisable to sow repeatedly at intervals to ensure regular harvests along year round.

136 CINQUANTINA

      RICCIA DI SARNO

Early variety that is ready to harvest in 50 days. Grown for the production of tender and tasty turnip tops made up of flower buds, similar to broccoli and the foliage beneath them. The plant is 40-70 cm tall, with pointed, elongated and deeply divided leaves, and is harvested by cutting at the foot before flowering is completed. With their pleasant flavour, these turnip tops are particularly suitable for the preparation of tasty side dishes. Simply boil, braise or sauté. SOWING: sow directly outdoors, broadcast or in rows 40/50 cm. Can be sown throughout the year but the best  results are obtained by sowing in autumn. It is advisable to sow repeatedly at intervals in order to ensure regular harvests all year round.  

105 QUARANTINA

      RICCIA DI SARNO

Grown for the production of tender, tasty  turnip tops, made up of flower buds similar to broccoli and the foliage beneath them. The plant is 40-70 cm tall, with pointed, elongated and deeply divided leaves, and is harvested by cutting at the foot before flowering is completed. The pleasant flavour makes these turnip tops particularly suitable for side dishes after boiling, steaming or simply braising in a pan. SOWING: sow directly outdoors, broadcast or in rows with 40-50 cm between rows. Can be sown throughout the year, but the best results ore obtained with autumn sowings. It is advisable to sow repeatedly at intervals to ensure regular harvests all year around.

111 NOVANTINA

      RICCIA DI SARNO

Plant with abundant, deeply serrated foliage and medium-size head that is ready for marketing in 90 day. Harvested by cutting at the foot before flowering is completed. The pleasant flavour makes these turnip tops particularly suitable for side disches after boiling, steaming or simply braising in a pan. SOWING: sow directly outdoors, broadcast or in rows at intervals of 15-20 cm with 40-50 cm between rows. Suitable for sowing from July to October.

139 APULIA

     

133 SALENTO

      

Selection of the Bari type with a coarse top, medium late, 110 days. about. Very productive and with abundant medium-sized inflorescences that once cut back continuously.
The florets are very popular both for the market and for the freezing industry.
SOWING: You remember from August to full October in the open field

Excellent selection of the Leccese Natalina typology which produces a very large central inflorescence like a broccoli. About 90 days
The very compact inflorescences of excellent flavor and intense green color that are slow to fade.
SOWING: From August to October in the open field.

140 CENTOVENTINA

142 MARZATICA

Grown for the production of tender and tasty turnip tops composed of large flower heads similar to broccoli and the leaves beneath these. Plants are 60-70 cm tall and are ready to harvest for market after 120 days. The leaves are deeply divided and elongated. Cut plants at foot before flowering stage has been completed. Excellent flavour makes these turnip tops ideal for the preparation of delicious side dishes, after boiling, stewing or simply cooking in a pan. SOWING: directly outdoors, broadcast or in rows at intervals of 15-20 cm, with 40-50 cm between rows. Suitable for sowing from August to November. 

Grown for the production of tender and tasty turnip tops composed of large flower heads similar to broccoli and the leaves beneath these. Plants are 60-70 cm tall and are ready to harvest for market after 120 days. The leaves are deeply divided and elongated. Cut plants at foot before flowering stage has been completed. Excellent flavour makes these turnip tops ideal for the preparation of delicious side dishes, after boiling, stewing or simply cooking in a pan. SOWING: directly outdoors, broadcast or in rows at intervals of 15-20 cm, with 40- 50 cm between rows. Suitable for sowing from August to November.

143 APRILATICA

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144 FOGLIA D'ULIVO

This tight-headed plant produces abundant foliage similar to that of the olive tree and is grown for its tasty tender tops consisting of very small heads and lower foliage. The plants should be cut at the base before they have finished flowering. Their prized tender and bitter tasting tops can be server as a side dish when boiled, stewed or lightly fried. SOWING: they may be scattered directly outdoors or sown 15-20 cm apart in rows spaced 40-50 cm apart. Ideal sowing time is between August and November.

141 TARDIVO DI NAPOLI

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