PARISA* F1 HYBRID INDETERMINATE SALAD TOMATO

OUTSTANDING QUALITIES

  • RESISTANT TO TOMATO CURLY STUNT AND TOMATO SPOTTED WILT
  • GOOD COMPACT PLANT HABIT
  • UNIFORM FRUIT SIZE AND SHAPE
  • GOOD LEAF COVER AND VIGOUR

Parisa* is an indeterminate salad tomato from Sakata’s local breeding programme. Parisa* has good fruit quality, the plant is compact with short internodes. Parisa* have a good uniform size distribution. Parisa* has high resistance to Verticillium wilt race 1 (Vd: 1), Fusarium wilt races 1 and 2 (Fol: 1 – 2), Tomato mosaic (ToMV), Leaf mold races 1 – 5 (Ff: 1 – 5) (ex Cf) and intermediate resistance to Tomato curly stunt (ToCSV); Tomato yellow leaf curl virus (TYLCV) and Tomato spotted wilt virus. Parisa* performed very well during the main production seasons in shade net houses and plastic tunnels.

SPECIAL VARIETAL REQUIREMENTS 

  • First three trusses should not be set during the coldest time of the season
  • Contact area representative for more information

CHARACTERISTIC*: PARISA*
KIND: Indeterminate F1 hybrid tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum L.)
PRODUCTION TYPE: Under protection and shade net houses
FIRMNESS: Very good
MATURITY: Medium
PLANT VIGOUR: Strong
SEASON: Year round production in frost free areas
FRUIT WEIGHT: 150 – 220 g
FRUIT SHAPE: Oblate
PEDUNCLE: Jointed
ATTACHMENT POINT: Medium, neat
SHOULDER: Smooth to slightly ribbed
SHOULDER COLOUR: Uniform
COLOUR: Internal: very good; External: very good
FLAVOUR: Good
UNIFORMITY: Excellent
LEAF COVER: Medium dense
DISEASE REACTION (SCIENTIFIC): High resistance: Verticillium wilt race 1 (Vd: 1), Fusarium wilt races 1 and 2 (Fol: 1 – 2), Tomato mosaic (ToMV), Leaf mold races 1 – 5 (Ff: 1 – 5) (ex Cf)
Intermediate resistance: Tomato curly stunt (ToCSV); Tomato yellow leaf curl virus (TYLCV) and Tomato spotted wilt virus.
MARKETS / END USE: Fresh market and pre-pack
POPULATION GUIDE: 20 000 – 24 000 final stand per ha for production under protection
SPECIAL FEATURES: Excellent quality, and firmness. Resistant to Tomato curly stunt virus & Tomato spotted wilt virus