VEGETABLES

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Cucurbita pepo

386 ALBERELLO sel. VALERY

Very suitable for the production of courgette flowers, highly appreciated for cooking. This plant produces abundant flowers and few fruits, long, cylindrical and bright green in colour with lighter markings. SOWING: plant outdoors from  March to July, sowing 3-4 seeds per hole, with intervals of 40-50 cm between holes and 1 metre between rows. Thin out seedlings after germination to leave strongest plant.

384 NANO VERDE DI MILANO

Middle to early variety. Long, cylindrical dark-green fruit. Slightly jagged leaves that give good coverage. SOWING: outdoors in rows in spring-summer about 40-50 cms. apart, leaving 1 mt. between rows. Sow 3-4 seeds petr hole, thinning out after germination, leaving only the strongest plant.

389 BIANCO DI SICILIA

Early, productive variety. Tall plant with shorter internodes. Produces cylindrical fruits that are slightly club – shaped and ribbed and ivory white in colour. SOWING: outdoors in rows from February to July, at intervals of 40/50 cms. with 1 mt between rows. Sow 3-4 seeds per hole, thinning out after germination, leaving only the strongest plant. 

390 ROMANESCO

Long cylindrical fruits, bright green in colour with lighter longitudinal markings. Early variety, heavy cropper. SOWING: plant outdoors from Match to July, sowing 3-4 seeds per hole, with intervals of 40-50 cm between holes and 1 metre between rows. Thin out seedlings after germination to leave strongest plant.

388 BIANCA DI TRIESTE

Early and high-yield variety. The plant grows upright with shortened internodes. It produces cylindrical fruits - extended with slight veins with ivory white coloured skin. SOWING: plant outdoors from March to July, sowing 3-4 seeds per hole, with intervals of 40-50 between holes and 1 metre between rows. Thin out seedlings after germination to leave strongest plant.

382 SAN PASQUALE

Very early variety, exceptionally uniform and productive, the result of a brillant selection process. Upright, compact growth with short distance between stalks, broad foliage with large lobes. Very abundant cropper, producing about 30 fruits per plant, even and cylindrical, bright medium green in colour with whitish markings, white flesh with exceptional taste. Suitable for cultivation in greenhouses or outdoors. SOWING: from February to July. Early sowings must always be protected.

392 ORTOLANA DI FAENZA

Very early variety. Robust plant that produces medium - lenght, light green fruit. SOWING: outdoors in rows in spring-summer at intervals of about 40/50 cms. apart, with 1 mt. between rows. Sow 3-4  seeds per hole, thinning out after grmination, leaving onky the strongest plant.

395 TONDO CHIARO DI NIZZA

Round, slightly ribbed creamy green colour courgettes with darker stripes. SOWING: in spring-summer in open ground in individual holes 40-50 cm apart in rows spaced 1 metre apart. Place 3 or 4 seeds in each hole, later thinning out the shoots to leave the strongest plant.

394 TONDO DI PIACENZA

A very early variety. A hardy plant that produces abundant round fruit that is smooth and dark green in colour with lighter speckles. SOWING: outdoors in springseeds per hole, taking care to thin them once they have germinated leaving only the most robust plant.

398 Hybrid F1 DIAMANT

Hybrid very early and productive, both for protected crops that open field. Plants have open canopy foliage erect. The fruits are dark in color, long cylindrical adjust. The leaves with 5 lobes average jagged green uniform. SOWING: in spring-summer in open round in individual holes 40/50 cm apart in rows spaced  1 metre apart. Place 3 or 4 seeds inb each hole, later thinning out the shoots  to leave the strongest plant.

397 Hybrid F1 PRESIDENT

Hybrid early and productive. Fruits long medium green color, perfectly cylindrical, resistant to handling and transport. Leaves to 5 lobes average jagged green uniform. Plant vigorous, upright and open for a quick harvest. Suitable for cultivation in greenhouse and open field. SOWING: from March to June in rows 40-50 cm apart, leaving 1 m between the rows. Sow 3-4 seeds per hole, taking care to trasplant them once they have germinated leaving only the hardiest plants.