American Long Standing is an all-year variety
• It is a tall standing type plant, with slow bolting
• Plants grow well in mild and subtropical climates
• Leaves and stems have good aroma
• Good for salad and garnish
Coriander American long standing is a tall standing late bolting type.
Summer: 40 days
Winter: 50 -55 days
This variety is a tall standing type plant, which is slow in bolting. Plants grow well in mild and subtropical climates. Young leaves and stems have relatively mild aroma, good for salad and garnish uses.
Direct sowing: 10/20 kg./ha.
Depth of sowing: 1-1,5cm.
Distance (cm) row to row: 30/35, plant to plant 8/10.
Sprouting time: 20 days.
Features & Benefits:
This variety shows good adaptability for year round production in certain areas.