Views
1 year ago

Home Garden Catalogue

  • Text
  • Catalogue
  • Trade
  • Garden
  • Soil
  • Resistance
  • Vitalis
  • Cultivation
  • Organic
  • Sowing
  • Variety
  • Zaden
  • Enza
  • Seeds

Leek (Lauch) (Allium

Leek (Lauch) (Allium porrum) Bunching Onion (Allium fistulosum) TSW: Sowing & planting: Plant density: Direct sowing: Seed demand: Seed demand per piece: Cultivation: Chinook F1 2,3-3,7 g, 1 g = 300-400 seeds. For growing under plastic cover with warm pre-cultivation, sowing in December, planting mid-March, harvest in June. Sowing from February to April for summer and autumn harvest. Sowing of winter leek from mid-April to mid-May for harvest from February. Planting: Under plastic cover: 25x10-15 cm: 30-40 plants/qm, for summer: 50x13 cm: 16-17 plants/qm, for autumn and winter: 60x10 cm: 18 plants/qm. For autumn: 75 x 4,5 cm, for winter: 75 x 4,2 cm. Sowing in trays 4 g/qm, 1 g for 250 plants. Sowing in beds 3 g/qm, 1 g for 150 plants. Direct sowing 1,5-1,8 kg/ha. 1000 seeds last for sowing in open field: approx. 500 plants, for sowing in unheated green house: approx. 600 plants, for sowing in heated greenhouse: approx. 700 plants. Direct sowing 250.000-350.000 seeds/ha. Through planting in holes, the quality of winter leek can be improved significantly. In general leek is planted in furrows and hilled up later on. Description Quick variety for early planting. Upright growth habit with a long shaft and medium green colour. Strong against bolting. TSW: Sowing: Plant density: Seed demand: 2,5-4 g, 1 g = 250-400 seeds. For production of bunching onions for harvest till end of April, sowings till end of July (previous year) are possible. These sowings will start bolting from May and need to harvested before. For harvests in May and June do not sow before 20-25 August. Genuine bunching onions (allium fistulosum) are usually not sufficiently hardy and should be used for sowings from March to Mid July. Between rows approx. 30 cm, ideal density 150 plants/qm, sowing depth 3 cm. 15-20.000 seeds or 70-80 g/100 qm. Top Sellers & New Arrivals Rosso da Inverno Dark red bunching onion with upright, robust foliage and best frost resistance. Perfect companion to our variety Tonda Musona. Navajo F1 Atlanta Dark blue-green winter leek for harvesting from the end of December to March. Very long shaft and easy to clean. A blue-green winter leek with a high tolerance to frost. Upright growth with a long shaft and almost no bulb. High yield combined with good quality and easy cleaning. Available as organic seeds from Vitalis | Only available as organic seeds from Vitalis | Variety information is based on our experiences from trial and agricultural production and offers no guarantee. Different climate, soil and cultivation circumstances must be taken into account. Kaigaro Red Toga Description Very vigorous bunching oinion with no bulb development and an exceptional long, white shaft. Healthy, upright foliage with dark green colour. No resistance to frost. Bunching onion with attractive, red colour. Very tasteful variety with a long shaft. Freddy Tonda Musona Also known as cutting or eternal onion. This spicy, winter hardy variety can be cut several times. Best frost resistance and not susceptible to bolting. Dark, upright foliage and a bulb that keeps its high-round shape for a long time. For over winter plantings and for spring sowings. Variety information is based on our experiences from trial and agricultural production and offers no guarantee. Different climate, soil and cultivation circumstances must be taken into account. Navajo F1 Atlanta Rosso da Inverno Kaigaro Red Toga Tonda Musona 60 | Enza Zaden Enza Zaden | 61

Enza Zaden Brochures