A midseason hybrid for open-ground cultivation. The determinate, vigorous plants provide excellent fruit cover. Matures in 72 days after transplanting. The firm, globe-shaped fruit weigh 150-170 g and have good shipping quality. The mature green fruit have no green shoulders. The fruit have high soluble solids and a good keeping ability at maturity. Tolerant to Verticillium wilt (V-1), Alternaria stem canker (ASC) and Gray leaf spot (St, Stemphylium). Suitable for fresh market and processing (for juice and paste). Is recommended for stake and ground culture in the open field.
A new determinate tomato hybrid with very early maturity. The plant is moderately vigorous, with extended fruit production and excellent fruit cover. Produces smooth, regular globeshaped fruit of intense color and exceptional quality. The average fruit weight is 180-220 g. High yield of marketable tomatoes. Resistant to Fusarium wilt (Races 1, 2), Verticillium wilt and Alternaria stem canker. Suitable for extra early production of tomatoes. Is recommended for cultivation in plastic film greenhouses and for stake and ground culture in the open field.
Dual Early F1
An early-maturing, widely adapted hybrid with relative maturity approximately 60-62 days from transplanting. Plants are moderately vigorous. Firm, deep-globe/high-round fruits weigh 130-150 g and have good shipping qualities. Suitable for fresh market and processing. Resistant to Verticillium wilt and Fusarium wilt (race 1). Recommended for cultivation in plastic film greenhouses and for stake and bush culture in the open-field.
New determinate-type pink tomato. Mid-early maturity. Compact, nicely leafed plants. Fruits weigh 170-210 g, have round form and gorgeous pink color, very uniform. High transportability due to nice density. Resistant to Verticillium wilt (race 1), Fusarium wilt (races 1 and 2), Nematodes, Alternaria stem canker, Gray leaf spot and Tobacco Mosaic Virus.
An early-maturing determinate tomato hybrid with a compact plant habit. Matures in 62-64 days after sowing. Concentrated fruit set. Flat globe to globe fruits weigh 180-240 g. Suitable for fresh market and processing. Resistant to Verticillium wilt (V-1), Fusarium wilt (races 1 and 2), Alternaria stem canker (ASC) and Gray leaf spot (St, Stemphylium).
Florida 47 R F1
A determinate mid-season tomato hybrid with a high yield potential. Plants are vigorous and relatively tall. Matures in 75 days after transplanting. Extra-large, firm, flattened globe-shaped fruit weigh 210-250 g and have good shipping qualities. Mature-green fruit show no green shoulders. The vine provides adequate foliage cover. Resistant to Verticillium wilt (V-1), Fusarium wilt (races 1 and 2), Alternaria stem canker (ASC) and Gray leaf spot (St, Stemphylium). A good choice for open-field stake and ground culture. Suitable for fresh market and processing (especially for juice).
A new mid-season tomato hybrid with determinate plant habit. The plant is medium tall, vigorous, with good fruit setting potential. Good fruit cover providing adequate sunscald protection. Produces very firm fruits averaging 170–220 g in weight. The fruits are of attractive deep red color. Consistently high yields of marketable tomatoes. Resistant to Verticillium wilt, Fusarium wilt (Races 1 and 2), Tomato Mosaic Virus (Strains 0-2) and Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Virus. Suitable for the open-field production, as well as for horizontal and vertical culture in plastic greenhouses.
A new extremely productive tomato hybrid of medium maturity. The plant is well balanced, with good fruit cover providing adequate protection against sunscald. Produces flat globe-shaped fruits of very attractive red color that average 210–230 g in weight. A widely adaptable tomato hybrid: sets fruit in a wide variety of growing conditions and shows good performance even under wet and dry conditions. The fruits are very firm, with a long storage potential. A good shipper. Good tolerance to micro-cracking. Consistently high yields. Resistant to Alternaria stem canker, Verticillium wilt, Fusarium wilt (Races 1 and 2), Gray leaf spot, Tomato Mosaic Virus (Strain 0), Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Virus, Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus and Nematodes. Recommended planting density: 22,000–25,000 plants per hectare. Suitable for horizontal culture in the open field, as well as for stake culture in the open field and in plastic greenhouses.