INCLINE F1 hybrid cauliflower

OUTSTANDING QUALITIES

  • WIDELY ADAPTED
  • EXCELLENT YIELD POTENTIAL
  • EXCELLENT COLD TOLERANCE
  • VERY UNIFORM CURDS
  • EXCELLENT WRAPPING

Incline is a cauliflower variety that has proven its worth in the field.  Plants are vigorous and healthy with a blue-green colour.  The leaves are fairly thick and resist frost well. Incline produces large, crisp white curds with a high compact dome. Incline is a medium maturing variety with time to maturity being about 80 – 110 days after transplanting and has excellent field holding ability. Incline is suitable for end of winter to spring sowing period where the excellent wrapper leaves are particularly important.

SPECIAL VARIETAL REQUIREMENTS

  • Nitrogen levels are very important in cauliflower production – levels should be kept low when very small heads are produced, usually going into September
  • We suggest sowing in May to February in cool Highveld areas and January to March in sub-tropical areas
  • Contact area representative for more information
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Description

VARIETY NAME: INCLINE
KIND:
 F1 hybrid cauliflower (Brassica oleracea L. convar. botrytis (L.) Alef. var. botrytis L.)
SEASON: Cool
MATURITY: Medium (around 80 – 110 days from transplant)
CURD SIZE: Large
CURD SHAPE: High dome
CURD WEIGHT: 800 – 1 000 g (could be bigger depending on spacing)
CURD COMPACTNESS: Excellent
CURD COVER: Excellent
CURD COLOUR: White
CURD TYPE: Compact dense florets
FLAVOUR: Very good
PLANT SIZE: Large
FIELD HOLDING: Excellent
YIELD POTENTIAL: Very high
SUGGESTED SPACING: 36 000 plants per ha
MARKET SEGMENT: Bulk packaging, pre-packing, processing
SPECIAL FEATURES: Very widely adapted and reliable with excellent quality