RODADE DETERMINATE SALAD TOMATO

OUTSTANDING QUALITIES

  • ALL TIME FAVOURITE
  • RELIABLE AND WIDELY ADAPTED
  • EXCELLENT COLOUR AND FLAVOUR
  • HIGH RESISTANCE TO BACTERIAL WILT

Rodade is an adaptable open pollinated, determinate salad tomato. The plants grow to a bush with a height in the region of 100 cm. Fruit has a globe shape, uniform in size and weigh around 100 – 150 g. The yield potential of Rodade is high for an open pollinated variety. The leaf canopy is medium dense. Rodade has a high resistance to Verticillium wilt race 1 (Vd: 1), Fusarium wilt races 1 and 2 (Fol: 1 – 2) and intermediate resistance against Bacterial wilt race 1 (Rs: 1).

SPECIAL VARIETAL REQUIREMENTS

  • Suitable for production for the fresh market.

CHARACTERISTIC*: RODADE
KIND:
 Determinate tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum L.)
TYPE: Determinate salad
FIRMNESS: Good
MATURITY: Medium – late
SEASON: Year round culture in frost-free areas
FRUIT WEIGHT: 100 – 150 g
FRUIT SHAPE: Globe
ATTACHMENT POINT: Small, neat
FRUIT COLOUR: Shoulder light green. Very good internal and excellent external colour
UNIFORMITY: Good
LEAF COVER: Very good
DISEASE REACTION (SCIENTIFIC):
High resistance: Verticillium dahliae race 1 (Vd: 1)Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici race 1 and 2 (Fol: 1 – 2)
Intermediate resistance: Ralstonia solanacearum race 1 (Rs: 1)
MARKETS / END USE: Fresh market
POPULATION GUIDE: 10 000 – 16 000 final stand per ha
SPECIAL FEATURES: Trusted variety