BROCCOLI SPROUT

Broccoli sprouts are distinguished from other cabbage varieties by their dark green inflorescence, which can be compact or loose when ripe. There is the possibility of having, depending on the cultivar, one or more inflorescences and also—in some cases—of being composed of multiple branches. Sometimes, even the broccoli's top leaves are eaten.

MARATHON BROCCOLI SPROUT F1 0993 MARATHON BROCCOLI SPROUT F1 0993
Code: 061266

Description:

Maturing 85-90 days after transplantation. It is the most commonly cultivated variety in the world, suitable both for fresh markets and industry. The maturation cycle is medium-late. The plant is hardy and very resistant to different weather conditions in the field. The dark green, dome-shaped head reaches 700-800 g and is very fine-grained. Excellent lateral regrowth.

PARTHENON BROCCOLI SPROUT F1 PARTHENON BROCCOLI SPROUT F1
Code: 061265

Description:

Maturation at 85 days after transplantation. Male-sterile hybrid with medium-late ripening cycle. The corymb is dome-shaped, high, compact, and fine-grained. The plant is dark green, very hardy, and tolerates low temperatures and high humidity.