CHICORY PALLA ROSSA


1 Sel. Zarlino


Cycle - days after transplant: Early - 60/65 days
Average weight: 300 g
Head: Compact, bright red heads

- Good bolting tolerance
- Suitable for harvest from mid-September/October and spring transplantation
- Suitable for fresh market

Transplant
Harvest


Suggested investment:
9-10 plants/m²

2 Sel. Chiozzotto


Cycle - days after transplant: Early - 70/75 days
Average weight: 350 g
Head: Homogeneous, heavy, bright red heads

- Variety characterized by a good bolting tolerance
- Suitable for harvest in October
- Suitable for fresh market

Transplant
Harvest


Suggested investment:
9-10 plants/m²

3 Sel. Merlin


Cycle - days after transplant: Medium-early - 80/85 days
Average weight: 350 g
Head: Heavy, deep red heads

- High-yield variety
- Suitable for harvest in end-October/beginning November
- Suitable for fresh and ready to eat market

Transplant
Harvest


Suggested investment:
9-10 plants/m²

4 Sel. Zemei


Cycle - days after transplant: Medium-late - 90/95 days
Average weight: 400 g
Head: Very voluminous, deep red

- The voluminous heads allow excellent yields
- Suitable for harvest in late autumn
- Suitable for fresh and ready to eat market

Transplant
Harvest


Suggested investment:
7 plants/m²

5 Sel. Renier


Cycle - days after transplant: Late - 100/110 days
Average weight: 450 g
Head: Tightly closed, bright red heads

- Very resistant to low winter temperatures
- Suitable for harvest in end year
- Adatta al mercato fresco e IV gamma Suitable for fresh and ready to eat market

Transplant
Harvest


Suggested investment:
7 plants/m²

6 Sel. Morgan


Cycle - days after transplant: Late - 120/125 days
Average weight: 500 g
Head: Voluminous heads, thick leaves and deep red color

- Frost resistant variety
- Suitable for harvest in middle winter
- Suitable for fresh and ready to eat market

Transplant
Harvest


Suggested investment:
7 plants/m²

7 Sel. Drake


Cycle - days after transplant: Late - 135/145 days
Average weight: 500 g
Head: Heavy and tightly closed heads, bright red color

- Variety with high resistance to harsh winter temperatures
- Suitable for late winter harvest
- Suitable for fresh and ready to eat market

Transplant
Harvest


Suggested investment:
7 plants/m²

Variegata Marinanta


Cycle - days after transplant: Late - 135/145 days
Average weight: 500 g
Head: Heavy and uniform heads, leaves are typically red variegated

- Variety characterized by a particular resistance to low winter temperatures
- Ideal for harvest in January/February
- Suitable for fresh market

Transplant
Harvest


Suggested investment:
8 plants/m²