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West Central Africa 2020 | English Version

Variety Maturity Fruit

Variety Maturity Fruit Resistances Remarks Weight (grams) Shape HR IR Non-heated Greenhouse varieties (indeterminate varieties) Paipai medium early 160-180 Sodagar medium early 130-150 Fol:0-2 Elpida medium early 220-250 Sylviana medium early 180-200 ToMV:0-2/Va:0/ Vd:0/Fol:0,1 ToMV:0-2/Va:0/ Vd:0/Fol:0,1/For ToMV:0-2/Ff:A-E/ Va:0/Vd:0/Fol:0-2 TSWV/Ma/Mi/Mj Gemini virus Phythopthora On/Ma/Mi/Mj TSWV/TYLCV/Ma/ Mi/Mj Paipai is a flexible indeterminate plum tomato hybrid with exceptional fruit quality. A compact plant with short internodes producing 6 to 8 fruit per cluster with average 180 gram per fruit. Pruning is recommended to ensure a good aeration of its vigorous vines, as their short internodes guarantees higher yields per plant. Fruit is firm and profitable for producers and distributors of the finished product. Sodagar is an indeterminate plum tomato from Indonesian breeding for both highland and lowland production. Vigorous plant, green fruit with dark green shoulder. Elongated, blocky shaped, with 130-150 gram fruit weight. Good firmness and increased storability (10-14 days). Resistant to Fusarium Wilt and Nematodes, intermediate resistant to Gemini virus and Phythopthora Rc3. Strong against BER and drought climate. Elpida is a vigorous plant ideal for greenhouse production with open port ensuring high production. It can grow constant throughout the growing season with a long harvesting cycle between 6 and 9 months. Fruit are of uniform size with slightly flattened round shaped. Sylviana is a strong compact plant which sets easily in plastic green houses with long crop. Fruit are round, 200- 220 gam each. The fruit quality is exceptional and the crop has proven to be very flexible as results are good in China, Australia, Turkey, Eastern Mediterranean and Jordan where there is a large concentration of this type of green houses. Variety Maturity Fruit Resistances Remarks Cultivation: Open field Weight (grams) Randah medium early 130-160 Kubwa medium early 130-160 Lojain medium early 170-190 Balsam medium early 130-160 Shape HR IR Lt/Va:0/Vd:0/ Fol:0,1 Lt/Va:0/Vd:0/ Fol:0,1 ToMV:0-2/Va:0/ Vd:0/Fol:0,1 ToMV:0-2/Va:0/ Vd:0/Fol:0,1 TYLCV/ Ma/Mi/Mj TYLCV TYLCV TYLCV/ Ma/Mi/Mj Roma type tomato with good leaf cover. Standard variety in the heat of the middle east. It is a bit late in production but has extended harvesting period up to 6 weeks. Deep red colour with shelf-life average 25 days. Good yield with large fruit. Very good plant with high tolerance to leaf disease. Early maturity, 75 days after transplanting. Resistant to Powdery Mildew and performs best in cool highland conditions. Suitable for different seasons and a very adaptable strong plant. It is capable of continuous production and produces very firm fruit with a deep red colour. The greenback disappears when ripe. Good level of TYLCV resistance. This plant has a good leaf cover and produces fruit with a very firm green back, a bit cork. Deep red colour at maturity. Belfast early 220-250 ToMV:0-2/Ff:A-E/ Va:0/Vd:0/Fol:0-2 TSWV/Ma/Mi/Mj Very early variety with high fruit-load on first trusses. Batool medium early 160-180 ToMV:0-2/Va:0/ Vd:0/Fol:0,1 TYLCV/ Ma/Mi/Mj Determinate type, good for open field in the dry season, as it sets fruit easily in hot climate. Yields are above 30 tons per acre, with firm fruits averaging 28 days shelf life. = large plum = small beef flat round = small beef plum = small beef round HR: High Resistance | IR: Intermediate Resistance | For explanation of the codes of resistances, see page 26. Current information concerning the resistances is available on www.enzazaden.com HR: High Resistance | IR: Intermediate Resistance | For explanation of the codes of resistances, see page 26. Current information concerning the resistances is available on www.enzazaden.com 14 | Enza Zaden Enza Zaden | 15

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