Chard

Beta vulgaris var. cicla

RHUBARB CHARD SIRIO

  • Late cycle
  • good leaf texture and consistency.
  • Naturally wrinkled leaf surface of intense green with strongly marked veins of an intense red colour

 

RHUBARB CHARD PLUTON

  • Medium early cycle
  • Variety with impressive vigour
  • Sligtly wrinker leaf medium green, stem and bright red veins

 

LILLY CHARD

  • Early cycle
  • Variety particularly suitable for production in the coldest period
  • Elongated leaf brilliant green, purplish stems and veins leaf

 

VENUS F1 (EX MSX4915 F1) – Earliness and great yield

  • Early cycle , excellent vigor, flexible, easy to produce variety
  • extraordinary thick leaf and with good texture, very good tolerance to bleeding
  • Upright habit, elongated green leaves with nice red vein

 

JUPITER F1 (MSX4315 F1) – Very good texture hybrid  

  • Medium early cycle
  • One of the most attractive chard for the contrast from green leaf and well defined and marked red veins
  • Very thick leaf with great texture

 

ORANGE CHARD

  • Medium cycle
  • Brings added value to salad mix thanks to its new deep yellow/orange colour
  • Green leaf with deep yellow/orange stem


VERDE DA TAGLIO

  • Medium early
  • uniform selection
  • Medium green leaf, upright habit with long stem

 

BULL’S BLOOD ARTICA
beta vulgaris var. esculenta

  • Early cycle
  • Deep red when grown in cool season, vigorous
  • Elongated and upright leaves, deep red perfectly distributed on all leaf and stem surface

 

TORO ROSSO
beta vulgaris var. esculenta

  • Late cycle
  • Triple red colour intense and persistent
  • Rounded shaped leaf, it hold deep red colour also in warmer season