Hot, apple type pepper, with indeterminate growth. Presents well ventilated plants, erect plant and fruit habit,flat round fruits (apple-shaped) with thick yellow fleshwhichturns red colour when physiologically mature. The average fruit weighs between 50-55 g.
Recommended for open field production. Suitable for fresh or processed consumption.
Hot pepper type, with a vegetation period of 75-80 days. The plants are very vigorous. Fruits are between 15-16 cm long, thin, spikes and lightly hot. They weigh between 25-40 g and turn red from green when physiologically mature.
An early hot type hybrid pepper, with long conical shaped fruits and a very high yield capacity. The plants are very vigorous. Can be cultivated in protected areas and open field. The fruits are 18-20 cm long and 4 cm in shoulders, with a medium spicy flavour and ripen from yellow to bright red colour. Fruits weigh between 40-70 g. Thesize and shape of the fruit is constant until the end of the vegetation period. Presents a great, interesting look, and a special taste.
Indeterminate, seasoning pepper recommended for open field production. Fruits are between 12-16 cm long, sweet and rich in colour pigments. Fruitsturn red from dark green red when physiologically mature.
A kapia type hybrid with indeterminate growth, recommended for intensive open field and greenhouse production. The plant has a strong stem and a high yield capacity.
Fruits are medium-long, slightly flattened, 16-18 cm long and 5-6 cm wide. Fruits weigh between 140-160 g, have a sweet taste and turn shiny red from medium green when ripe. An excellent choice for food industry and supermarkets.
A long type early pepper hybrid with indeterminate growth, designated for greenhouse and open field production. Plants are vigorous and capable ofhigh fruit setting. The vigorous foliage provides extensive coverage for the fruits, which are slightly flattened, uniform, 18-23 cm long and 5-7 cm in diameter. Fruits are dark green colour first, and then turn deep red. Fruits weigh between 150-180 g, have thick flesh, and a very pleasant taste. Tolerant to extreme temperature conditions and has high dry matter content.
A hybrid of sweet short bell pepper (tomato shape) with semi-late ripening, indeterminate growth and high yield capacity. Suitable for field and greenhouse production. The plants have vigorous growth and high yield capacity. Fruits are large (150-190 g), and uniform with high dry matter content. The flesh is thick (6-7 mm), dark green turning deep red when mature. Has good resistance to high temperatures.
Early type elongated pepper, ripening about 65-70 days after planting. Fruits are conical, medium size, and are a white-yellow colour which turns red when physiologically mature. Its flesh is thick and has a sweet taste.Average fruits weigh between 70-80g, which size is suitable for several kinds of use. Recommended for open field and protected production and is good for both fresh consumption and processing.
Early pepper type with a plant height of 50-60 cm. Plants are compact with indeterminate growth. Fruits have a wide conical shape, with 3 to 4 lobes, and are yellowish- green colour which turns red. Fruits weigh 120-130 g. A very productive variety which can be cultivated with good results in open field.
A blocky type pepper hybrid with indeterminate growth. Plants are vigorous, with a very well developed root system which gives the plant an enhanced resistance to stress factors like high temperatures. Can be cultivated in protected areas, in greenhouses pruning for one or two branches and in open field. Fruits are large, glossy, weighing 140-180 g, middle green colour which turn deep red when mature. Most fruits are uniform in size and shape, having 3-4 lobes. Has a good commercial aspect.
The flesh is thick. The hybrid has a high yield potential. Not susceptible to BER due to the lack of calcium.