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Cucumber Scandinavia Summer Autumn 2022

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Traditional cultivation

Traditional cultivation Sumapol A real all-rounder with a good resistance • For traditional summer cultivation • Highly productive • Plants stay green and vigorous right up to the end of the crop • Open habit with single fruits on stems • High resistance to mildew • Very strong against Mycosphaerella • Uniform, attractive quality right up to the end of the crop Sumapol stands out mainly for its high production. The fruits are uniform, straight and nicely ribbed and have a good shelf life. The variety has small, upright leaves towards the wire, making it easy to harvest. It also produces very few side shoot on the stem, so it is a labour-friendly variety. It is also highly resistant to mildew and strong against Mycosphaerella. Sumapol continues to perform well even in extreme weather conditions. The variety is strong and vigorous, forming a permanently green crop. So it’s a safe choice. Baltimore (E23L.2399) Productive and open • The newcomer for early summer cultivation • Highly productive • Plants stay green and vigorous right up to the end of the crop • Open habit with single fruits on stems • High resistance to mildew • Uniform, attractive fruit quality right up to the end of the crop Baltimore is the variety for early summer cultivation, for planting from March to late July. The distinctive feature of this highly productive variety is its open growth towards the wire. The variety is single fruited with upright leaves and fruits that are slightly larger than Sumapol. It also produces very few if any side shoots on the stem. The vines have a controlled growth and the plants are extremely strong against chlorosis. The crop grows generatively throughout the cycle and remains open. It is also highly resistant to mildew. Once on the vine, the size of the fruits remains very uniform with a maximum length of 34 cm. Baltimore produces great-looking cucumbers right up to the end of the crop. Enza Zaden | 3

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