A Waltham-type butternut hybrid.
• Early maturing
• Vigorous plants
• Intermediate resistance to ZYMV
• Good uniformity of size and shape
A hybrid Waltham-type butternut squash.
85 – 95 days from sowing.
Average fruit size of 1.2 - 1.8 Kg. Typical Waltham shape. Very good uniformity of both size and shape. Flesh is a deep orange when fully mature. Small seed cavity.
A vining type growth habit. Vigorous growth gives good leaf cover of fruit and plants remain active for longer.
Intermediate resistance to ZYMV.
Features & Benefits:
ARELA produces a large proportion of medium-sized fruit. Uniformity of both size and shape is very good. The consistent shape is important in producing an attractive end-product. The plants are very vigorous and remain green and active after most others are in decline. Resistance to ZYMV reduces risk to growers.