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Italy: Cora Seed presents new Mosaic Virus resistant varieties of peppers

On Tuesday, November 13th 2012 a meeting was held in Oppeano of Verona, Italy to present new Cora Seeds proposals for the year 2013 for the upcoming pepper season.


LOTHAR F1 peppers.

The different farmers and technicians attending the meeting confirmed 2012 as a good year for the crop, with a good demand from buyers. This year, however, the issue of Mosaic Virus occurred more than in the past.

To date, in the Verona area, are unfortunately more strains of this virus, in some cases, very aggressive. Cora Seeds, with his entire staff, has consistently followed this issue from farms affected and showed that, to date, the only way of cultivation on land at risk is the use of resistant varieties.


CRX 60030 F1.

Cora Seeds offers many opportunities to do so, with several new hybrids that are suitable for most growing areas: all of which have resistance to this virus, also ensure excellent production with a fruit with strong objective qualities such as the thickness of the flesh, the colour change and the remarkable final colour.

Among the most interesting varieties are to include: LOTHAR F1 type 34 long red MASTER F1 and still testing the new CRX 60030 F1 in types 34 and 12 along yellow.



Left: LOTHAR F1; right: MASTER F1.

We invite all interested parties to see data sheets (click here for details on the yellow peppers / Click here to see the the red peppers). Besides our technicians are available for any clarification. We take this opportunity to thank the many people who attended the event.

Contacts:
Andrea Casadei
Cora Seeds S.r.l.
Mob.: +39 331 6088896
Email: andreacasadei@coraseeds.com
Web: www.coraseeds.com

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