Early onion, recommended for overwinter crops. The plants have good behaviour to frost and good tolerance to the development of shoots. Has medium size slightly flattened bulbs, with an average weight of 280-350 g and yellow-brownish colour. Sowing is in late August or early September, the plants need 4-5 true leaves when winterbegins. The harvest period begins in late May orearly June. Recommended for fresh consumption.
Early hybrid with ripening in late July. The plant habit is strong with great vigour and productivity. The fruits are round, large, firm and ripening from dark yellow to brown colour. Has good shelf life with a high yield and high quality. This hybrid is worthy of the great interest of farmers/producers.
New hybrid maturing in late July about 105-110 days after sowing. The plant has a very good vigour and high productivity. Theshape of the fruit is round with brown colour, uniform in size (medium to large) and firm. Not susceptible to develop floral stems. Recommended for long term storage – as it has a good bulb quality. Suitable for mechanized harvesting.