1720 - ZUCCHINI HYBRID F1 -ALOHA-
RUSTICITY AND RESISTANCE TO VIRUSES AND OIDIUM
Strong, rustic and upright. Long production runs. Suitable for the open field in summer and autumn. FRUIT: High quality bright dark green color. Great for the fresh market. STRONG POINTS: Variety that exploits genetic resistance to produce at its best in summer and reach the end of the season with production. Possibility of extending the crop cycle due to its productive potential and plant health. Excellent post-harvest conservation. IR: Px / ZYMV / WMV / PRSV
Sowing: indoors in February-March, 2-3 seeds per pot for early harvests. Outdoors, planted, in April-May 3-4 seeds per hole. They do not sprout if the soil temperature does not approach
About 20 ° C.
Transplant: outdoors in April-May, thin out leaving one plant per hole when the plants have 3-4 leaves.
Distances: between rows 1-1.5 m, on rows 0.8-1 m.
Advice: irrigate abundantly otherwise mainly male flowers are formed. Harvest daily or every 2-3 days when the flower at the apex of the fruit begins to close. The more the fruit enlarges, the more it loses its characteristic taste. Cultivate in soil very rich in organic matter and do not cultivate after Solanaceae or plants of the same family of cucurbits.
Seed required: 50-60 g per 100 square meters of land.