An early-maturing, hybrid cauliflower for summer production.
• High yielding variety for warmer conditions
• Quick maturing, 75 to 85 days
• Excellent quality, smooth texture, well tucked
• Very high marketable yield potential
A hybrid cauliflower for production during mainly summer and autumn. (However, has the potential to be grown as a year
round variety in certain areas.)
A uniform, early maturing variety. Approximately 75-85 days from transplant to maturity.
A vigorous plant with a medium to large frame and a grey green leaf colour. A plant population of 28 - 35 000 plants per
hectare is recommended for the crating market.
Head Characteristics: Well-domed, white heads with medium to large florets. Heads have a smooth texture and well-tucked margins. Size ranges from 600 - 1 200 grams.
Features & Benefits
An early maturing, heat tolerant variety with very good curd cover.
Fertilization Guidelines: The following is a guide to achieving optimal yields from this hybrid. Grower conditions vary and
a soil analysis is recommended prior to planting.
N - 200-240 kg/ha. 60-80 kg/ha incorporated preplant.
Top dress the balance as follows: 7, 14, 21 and 28 days after transplant.
P - Plant uptake is 50-60 kg/ha per season. Bring soil levels to 40 mg/kg and then incorporate 50-60 kg/ha preplant. K - The
plant uses 250 kg potassium (K) per hectare per season. Bring soil levels to 130 mg/kg, then incorporate 125 kg/ha preplant
and 125 kg/ha 28 days after transplant. Boron (B) and Molybdenum (Mo) - spray with 1 kg Solubor and 125 g Sodium
Molybdate, plus a wetting agent in 500 litres water per hectare 14 and 28 days after transplant.