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Leafy Vegetables 2017-2018

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Lollo Batavia and

Lollo Batavia and Butterhead Lea Dabi Ilema Name Segment Resistance Size Planting period Description Name Segment Resistance Size Planting period Description HR IR HR IR Rasta Liv Lea Azirka Dabi Vili Ilema Lollo Rossa, fresh market and processing Lollo Rossa, fresh market Lollo Rossa, fresh market Lollo Rossa, fresh market and processing Lollo Bionda, fresh market and processing Lollo Bionda, fresh market Lollo Verde, fresh market and processing Bl:16-27,29,32EU/ Nr:0 Medium compact Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0 Fol:1 Medium Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0 Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0/ TBSV Fol:1 LMV:1 Medium compact Medium large Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0 LMV:1/Fol:1 Medium Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0/ TBSV Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0/ Pb/TBSV LMV:1/Fol:1 Medium LMV:1/Fol:1 Medium The covered plantings The entire planting season The entire planting season The entire planting season The entire planting season The entire planting season The entire planting season Well-coloured, good speed and size for the early and late covered plantings. Liv can be seen as the full-resistant Tuska. Slightly darker and shinier colour. Lea is triple-red, offers a flat base and a good round shape. Very good speed for a dark red type for the entire season. Triple red crunchy Lollo/red Batavia for processing. Very thick, crunchy and tasty leaf. The leaf is round shaped with a very good 3D-structure and good medium large size. Mid green Bionda, well-filled, fine curled and with an upright base. Bionda is offering good size and shape. It has a well-balanced head with attractive fresh green, shiny and dented leaves. Well-filled and productive Lollo Verde offering nice green colour and good leaf texture. Planting period is based on Denmark and Southern Sweden. HR: High Resistance | IR: Intermediate Resistance | For explanation of the codes of resistances, see the table on the last pages of this brochure. Current information concerning the resistances is available on www.enzazaden.com. Olana Melina Anandra Analora Tatienne (E01D.30254) Batavia, fresh market Batavia, fresh market and processing Butterhead, fresh market Butterhead, fresh market Red Butterhead, fresh market Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0/ TBSV Bl:16-32EU/Nr:0/ TBSV LMV:1 Medium compact LMV:1 Medium The entire planting season The entire planting season Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0 LMV:1 Medium Week 13-33 Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0 Bl:16-32EU/Nr:0 LMV:1 LMV:1 Medium compact Medium compact Week 13-33 Week 13-33 Round shaped, non-heading Batavia in coarse type direction. Good colour, volume and weight. Flexible plant. Good uniformity. Wide window use. Well-balanced green non-heading Batavia offering good volume and weight. Upright base, thick leaf, dark colour. This variety is very easy to handle and has a very good shelf-life. Smooth leaves. Good filling and leaves are easy to peel (for processing). Voluminous Butterhead for the fresh market. Good volume and not too headed heart. Big outer crown. Nice, attractive colour, strong on bolting and tipburn. Analora is a midsized Butterhead for the summer segment with an attractive dark green colour, very good closing top and fast filling of heart. Glossy red Butterhead offering medium-sized and slightly more compact head with slower head filling suitable for the fresh market. Good field standing because slow filling and strong on tipburn. Planting period is based on Denmark and Southern Sweden. HR: High Resistance | IR: Intermediate Resistance | For explanation of the codes of resistances, see the table on the last pages of this brochure. Current information concerning the resistances is available on www.enzazaden.com. 10 | Enza Zaden Enza Zaden | 11

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