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Leafy vegetables

2017 | 2018


Iceberg lettuce

Ensemble Farito Optimist

Name Segment Resistance Size Planting period Description

HR

Ensemble Fresh market Bl:16-27,29,32EU Medium

Canavo

(E01E.10627)

Week 10-12 and

32-33

Fresh market Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0 Medium Week 10-15

Farito Fresh market Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0

Optimist

Alesso

(E01E.10317)

Eduardo

Fresh market

and processing

Fresh market

and processing

Fresh market

and processing

Bl:16-

27,29,32EU/Nr:0

Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0

Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0

Medium

big

Medium

big

Medium

big

Medium

big

Week 13-20

Week 14-19 and

29-33

Week 14-19 and

29-33

Week 15-32

The fastest and reliable standard for the first fleece covered

plantings. Good speed for the last, risky plantings.

An improved and faster variety and also stronger against

tipburn when compared to Etude. More round head-shape.

Farito performs well in the early plantings in the Norwegian

low plastic tunnels.

Good vigour and slow filling. Offering good size where others

can perform too small.

Alesso can be seen as a new improved Optimist with full

resistance. It offers a good size and quality.

Eduardo has proved itself as a reliable variety, even in the

cold 2017 summer, which can be used from mid spring until

autumn. The head lays well embedded in its frame, wellprotected

against harsh conditions. It is very strong against

tipburn.

Vytalist

Fresh market

and processing

Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0/

Pb

Medium

big

Week 17-32

Vytalist is a larger Clarist, which performs well in summer with

upright growth making harvest easy.

Planting period is based on Denmark and Southern Sweden. HR: High Resistance | IR: Intermediate Resistance | For explanation of the codes of resistances, see the table on the last

pages of this brochure. Current information concerning the resistances is available on www.enzazaden.com.

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Transplanting schedule

Iceberg lettuce

Transplanting week 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33

(Set) Match

Ensemble

Etude

Gardist

Creation

Elmundo

Expression

Design

Clarist

Adanto (E01E.10398)

Canavo (E01E.10627)

Alesso (E01E.10317)

Gardist

Tevion

Cellist

Farito

Eduardo

Optimist

Artist

Vytalist

Elmundo

Blue colour is with NAS resistance. Planting weeks are based on Denmark and southern Sweden.

Name Segment Resistance Size Planting period Description

Gardist

Clarist

Creation

Fresh market

and processing

Fresh market

and processing

Fresh market

HR

Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0

Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0/

Pb

Bl:16-

27,29,31,32EU/

Pb

Foundation Fresh market Bl:16-33EU

Medium

big

Medium

big

Medium

compact

Medium

compact

Week 17-32

Week 18-28

Week 18-28

Week 18-28

Cellist Fresh market Bl:16-33EU Medium Week 18-32

Elmundo Fresh market Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0 Medium Week 19-30

Artist

Adanto

(E01E.10398)

Fresh market

Fresh market

Bl:16-

27,29,31,32EU/

Nr:0

Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0/

Pb

Medium Week 20-30

Medium Week 20-30

Gardist is a flexible variety, well-adapted to the changing

Nordic summer climate. Good frame and dark green colour.

Slow filling and strong on bolting and tipburn.

Little faster Expression type offering full resistance and little

more size. Dark green colour. Clarist is a little faster as Cellist.

Excellent variety for markets preferring a compact mid-sized

Iceberg. Fast, strong on tipburn and slow bolting.

Creation type, but then slightly larger. Fast filling and very

strong on bolting. Best at lighter soil types.

Cellist is a flexible summer variety, which performs well at a

range of locations and soil-types. Very attractive dark colour.

Medium-sized variety for late spring until early autumn, dark

green, very slow bolting. Suitable for very fertile soils and

for cultivation with net protection. Slow filling and easy to

harvest.

The strong root-system gives good strength against tipburn

in summer heat. The healthy plants cope well with the late

summer growing conditions.

Adanto has shown strong qualities for harvest at the end of

the season with good speed and quality.

Planting period is based on Denmark and Southern Sweden. HR: High Resistance | IR: Intermediate Resistance | For explanation of the codes of resistances, see the table on the last

pages of this brochure. Current information concerning the resistances is available on www.enzazaden.com.

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Romaine, Little Gem

Romaine, Mini

Name Segment Resistance Size Planting period Description

HR

IR

Xamena

Fresh market

Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0/

TBSV

LMV:1/Ss 17-21 cm

The entire planting

season

Little shorter Xanadu type with shiny, blistered

foliage. Fast filling with nice yellow heart.

Appreciated for the quality.

Xanadu Fresh market Bl:16,21,23,32EU LMV:1/Ss 18-22 cm

The entire planting

season

The variety that set up the benchmarks, still

appreciated for the quality and taste. Slightly

savoyed dark green and shiny leaves. Excellent

yellow heart.

Ximenes

(E01G.10477)

Fresh market

Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0/

TBSV

LMV:1 19-23 cm

Week 10-18 and

week 28-32

Fast dark green mini Romaine, well-suited for

the first plantings in early spring and the last in

autumn, where speed is essential. Semi-open

and very strong on tipburn. It can be tested for

the entire planting season.

Xiomara

(E01G.10515)

Fresh market

Bl:16-33EU/Fol:1/

Nr:0/TBSV

LMV:1 18-22 cm

The entire planting

season

Slightly longer Xamena type, very strong

against bolting and tipburn.

Name Segment Resistance Size Planting period Description

HR

IR

Xaroma

Fresh market

Bl:16-27,29,32EU/

Nr:0/TBSV

LMV:1/Ss 18-22 cm

The entire planting

season

Slightly savoyed dark green and shiny leaves

with well-closed heads. Appreciated where full

Bremia resistance is not needed.

Alborada

Fresh market

Bl:16-33EU/Fol:1/Nr:0/

TBSV

8-10 cm

The entire planting

season

Dark green Little Gem with fairly long

harvest window offering quality yellow heart.

Westham with better resistance.

Xenalora Fresh market Bl:16-32EU/Nr:0 LMV:1/Ss 19-23 cm

The entire planting

season

Slightly longer Xanadu type. Foliage a little

more smooth and closing little slower. Nice

yellow heart.

Alcazaba Fresh market Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0

LMV:1/

Ss

8-10 cm

The entire planting

season

Darker green Amible for spring Southern

Europe. Strong on internal tipburn. Good shape

and size.

Ovired

Fresh market

Bl:16-21,23-26,28-

33EU

17-21 cm

The entire planting

season

Deep red colour at the top of the leaves in

good contrast to the green part. Nice yellow

heart.

E01G.10721

Fresh market

Bl:16-33EU/Fol:1/Nr:0/

TBSV

LMV:1 10-12 cm

The entire planting

season

Red, slightly larger Little Gem.

Moonred

Fresh market

Bl:16-26,28-33EU/

TBSV

LMV:1 16-20 cm

The entire planting

season

Shiny dark red colour in good contrast to the

fresh green heart. Upright growth and good

shape.

Planting period is based on Denmark and Southern Sweden. HR: High Resistance | IR: Intermediate Resistance | For explanation of the codes of resistances, see the table on the last

pages of this brochure. Current information concerning the resistances is available on www.enzazaden.com.

Planting period is based on Denmark and Southern Sweden. HR: High Resistance | IR: Intermediate Resistance | For explanation of the codes of resistances, see the table on the last

pages of this brochure. Current information concerning the resistances is available on www.enzazaden.com.

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Romaine, Midi - Large

Oakleaf

Name Segment Resistance Size Planting period Description

HR

IR

Allana

Fresh market

Bl:16-32EU/Nr:0/

TBSV

LMV:1 27-30 cm

The entire planting

season

New variety offering fresh-green colour and

cylindrical shape. Medium fast filling and wellsuited

for as well hearts as full heads. Good

strength against internal tipburn.

Pinokkio Fresh market 28-30 cm Week 14-32

The well-known standard appreciated for the

crispy, sweet taste.

Joshua

Fresh market

Bl:16-32EU/Nr:0/

TBSV

LMV:1 28-30 cm Week 18-30

Joshua offers good internal quality and nice

blistered foliage. Fast closing.

Name Segment Resistance Size Planting period Description

Clouny

(E01G.10284)

Corbana

Fresh market

Fresh market

Bl:16-32EU/Nr:0/

TBSV

Bl:16-27,29,32EU/

Nr:0/TBSV

LMV:1 28-30 cm Week 18-30

LMV:1 30-32 cm

The entire planting

season

Clouny offers dark green colour with good

closing top and ITB tolerance.

Popular Midi Romaine with nice, slim shape and

easy to pack. Strong against twisting. For whole

heads or hearts.

Elixir

Fresh market

HR

Bl:16-33EU/

Nr:0/TBSV

IR

LMV:1

Medium

compact

The entire planting

season

Remarkable variety for its very attractive colour.

The plant is easy to handle and good to pack. Due

to the short internodes and the early filling, the

plant stays compact and is not fragile at all. Small

cutting surface and a flat base.

Jeluna

Fresh market

Bl:16-32EU/Nr:0/

TBSV

30-32 cm

The entire planting

season

Large dark green Romaine with good resistance

for the entire season. This variety is medium fast

filling, has nice straight ribs and good strength

against internal tipburn.

Plezir

Fresh market

Bl:16-33EU/

Nr:0/TBSV

LMV:1 Medium

The entire planting

season

Fast growing and well-filled shiny green Oakleaf.

Good keepability in field and strong against

tipburn. Strong bottom and nice shape. Medium

fast filling and easy to harvest.

Colbiana

(E01G.10439)

Fresh market

and industry

Bl:16-32EU/Nr:0/

TBSV

30-32 cm

The entire planting

season

Blond improved Copron type. Fast closing.

Mathix

Fresh market

Bl:16-33EU/

Nr:0/Pb/TBSV

LMV:1 Medium

The entire planting

season

Fast and upright growth offering good size. Stays

compact even under hot conditions with good

harvest window.

Rougana

(E01G.10568)

Fresh market Bl:16-33EU/Fol:1/Nr:0 LMV:1 28-30 cm

The entire planting

season

Triple cherry red midi Cos. Nice yellow, slightly

red heart fill and good Romaine leaf texture.

Good weight and volume.

Cadix

Fresh market

Bl:16-33EU/

Nr:0/TBSV

LMV:1

Compact

The entire planting

season

This variety is remarkable for its very shiny

red coloured round leaves with a green base,

interesting for processing. Nice closed base,

strong against basal rot.

Planting period is based on Denmark and Southern Sweden. HR: High Resistance | IR: Intermediate Resistance | For explanation of the codes of resistances, see the table on the last

pages of this brochure. Current information concerning the resistances is available on www.enzazaden.com.

Planting period is based on Denmark and Southern Sweden. HR: High Resistance | IR: Intermediate Resistance | For explanation of the codes of resistances, see the table on the last

pages of this brochure. Current information concerning the resistances is available on www.enzazaden.com.

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Lollo

Batavia and Butterhead

Lea

Dabi

Ilema

Name Segment Resistance Size Planting period Description

Name Segment Resistance Size Planting period Description

HR

IR

HR

IR

Rasta

Liv

Lea

Azirka

Dabi

Vili

Ilema

Lollo Rossa,

fresh market

and processing

Lollo Rossa,

fresh market

Lollo Rossa,

fresh market

Lollo Rossa,

fresh market

and processing

Lollo Bionda,

fresh market

and processing

Lollo Bionda,

fresh market

Lollo Verde,

fresh market

and processing

Bl:16-27,29,32EU/

Nr:0

Medium

compact

Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0 Fol:1 Medium

Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0

Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0/

TBSV

Fol:1

LMV:1

Medium

compact

Medium

large

Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0 LMV:1/Fol:1 Medium

Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0/

TBSV

Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0/

Pb/TBSV

LMV:1/Fol:1 Medium

LMV:1/Fol:1 Medium

The covered

plantings

The entire planting

season

The entire planting

season

The entire planting

season

The entire planting

season

The entire planting

season

The entire planting

season

Well-coloured, good speed and size for the

early and late covered plantings.

Liv can be seen as the full-resistant Tuska.

Slightly darker and shinier colour.

Lea is triple-red, offers a flat base and a good

round shape. Very good speed for a dark red

type for the entire season.

Triple red crunchy Lollo/red Batavia for

processing. Very thick, crunchy and tasty leaf.

The leaf is round shaped with a very good

3D-structure and good medium large size.

Mid green Bionda, well-filled, fine curled and

with an upright base.

Bionda is offering good size and shape. It has

a well-balanced head with attractive fresh

green, shiny and dented leaves.

Well-filled and productive Lollo Verde offering

nice green colour and good leaf texture.

Planting period is based on Denmark and Southern Sweden. HR: High Resistance | IR: Intermediate Resistance | For explanation of the codes of resistances, see the table on the last

pages of this brochure. Current information concerning the resistances is available on www.enzazaden.com.

Olana

Melina

Anandra

Analora

Tatienne

(E01D.30254)

Batavia,

fresh market

Batavia,

fresh market

and processing

Butterhead,

fresh market

Butterhead,

fresh market

Red Butterhead,

fresh market

Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0/

TBSV

Bl:16-32EU/Nr:0/

TBSV

LMV:1

Medium

compact

LMV:1 Medium

The entire planting

season

The entire planting

season

Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0 LMV:1 Medium Week 13-33

Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0

Bl:16-32EU/Nr:0

LMV:1

LMV:1

Medium

compact

Medium

compact

Week 13-33

Week 13-33

Round shaped, non-heading Batavia in

coarse type direction. Good colour, volume

and weight. Flexible plant. Good uniformity.

Wide window use.

Well-balanced green non-heading Batavia

offering good volume and weight. Upright

base, thick leaf, dark colour. This variety

is very easy to handle and has a very good

shelf-life. Smooth leaves. Good filling and

leaves are easy to peel (for processing).

Voluminous Butterhead for the fresh market.

Good volume and not too headed heart. Big

outer crown. Nice, attractive colour, strong

on bolting and tipburn.

Analora is a midsized Butterhead for the

summer segment with an attractive dark

green colour, very good closing top and fast

filling of heart.

Glossy red Butterhead offering medium-sized

and slightly more compact head with slower

head filling suitable for the fresh market.

Good field standing because slow filling and

strong on tipburn.

Planting period is based on Denmark and Southern Sweden. HR: High Resistance | IR: Intermediate Resistance | For explanation of the codes of resistances, see the table on the last

pages of this brochure. Current information concerning the resistances is available on www.enzazaden.com.

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Name Segment Resistance Size Planting period Description

HR

IR

Ezrilla

One-cut, whole

leaf harvesting

Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0/

TBSV

LMV:1

Medium

large

Week 10-19 and

29-33

Large, bright green in-sized Eazyleaf. Upright

growing with good shape and good volume.

It is slow bolting and is strong against

tipburn. Small cut surface.

Ezfrill

One-cut, whole

leaf harvesting

Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0/

TBSV

Medium

compact

The entire planting

season

Dark green and shiny thick spiky leaves

offering good weight and keepability. Wellserrated

leaves and crispy taste.

Ezfilan

One-cut, whole

leaf harvesting

Bl:16-29,32EU/Nr:0 Medium

The entire planting

season

Slow bolting Lollo. Fine frilled type with

attractive cherry-red colour. Upright growth

and thick leaves.

Brentwood

One-cut, whole

leaf harvesting

Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0 Fol:1 Medium

The entire planting

season

Cherry red Ezabel / Lollo type with nicely

incised leaves.

Spoonbill

One-cut, whole

leaf harvesting

Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0/

TBSV

Medium

The entire planting

season

Red fine leaved Cos / Butterhead type with

attractive nice textured, thin, nicely rounded

leaves with a good red colouration.

Buckley

One-cut, whole

leaf harvesting

Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0/

TBSV

Medium

The entire planting

season

Dark red Oakleaf for whole head or

mechanical harvest.

Planting period is based on Denmark and Southern Sweden. HR: High Resistance | IR: Intermediate Resistance | For explanation of the codes of resistances, see the table on the last

pages of this brochure. Current information concerning the resistances is available on www.enzazaden.com.

Crispy

Name Segment Resistance Size Planting period Description

HR

IR

Crispinet

Crispy frilled whole

head, processing

Bl:16-29,32EU LMV:1 Medium

The entire planting

season

Crispy mid-green lettuce with fine frill, thick

leaves with good keepability. Crispinet offers

an attractive sweet taste combined with the

crispy bite. Very strong against bolting but can

stretch under extreme summer heat.

Cristabel

Crispy frilled whole

head, processing

Nr:0/TBSV LMV:1 Medium

The entire planting

season

Darker Crispinet with attractive 3D-leaves and

sweet taste combined with the crispy bite.

Planting period is based on Denmark and Southern Sweden. HR: High Resistance | IR: Intermediate Resistance | For explanation of the codes of resistances, see the table on the last

pages of this brochure. Current information concerning the resistances is available on www.enzazaden.com.

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Babyleaf

Name Segment Resistance Size Planting period Description

HR

IR

Celinet

Green Batavia

Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0/

TBSV

LMV:1

Compact

The entire planting

season

Improved full resistant Alanet with small cut

surface, flexible, dark green and shiny leaf

with good frill.

Greenet Green Batavia Bl:16-32EU/Nr:0 LMV:1 Compact

The entire planting

season

Blond Batavia with thick firm leaves and

excellent shelf-life

Kalista Green Romaine Bl:16-32EU/Nr:0 LMV:1

Compact

to medium

The entire planting

season

Dark green variety for all season. Slow

growing so also well-suited for summer. Very

good keepability.

Oaking Green Oakleaf Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0 LMV:1 Compact

The entire planting

season

Oaking combines the true Oakleaf shape with

dark green shiny and thick leaves offering

high yield as well as good keepability.

Greenaly Green Curly Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0

Compact

to medium

The entire planting

season

Greenaly is the improved Secco with fine

curled and thick leaved curly type with sweet

taste to give volume in mixes.

Folko Lollo Rossa Bl:16-32EU/Nr:0 LMV:1 Compact

The entire planting

season

Folko offers robust leaves with shiny dark red

colour. Excellent leaf-texture and leaf frill.

Sadawi

Red Oakleaf

Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0/

TBSV

Compact

The entire planting

season

Shiny dark red Oakleaf offering a high yield of

well-serrated leaves with fine leaf-texture.

Redbat

Red Batavia

Bl:16-26,28,31,32EU/

Pb

Compact

The entire planting

season

Fast growing and high yielding Batavia with

very good keepability and attractive dark red

colour.

Diablotin Red Batavia Bl:16-33EU

Compact

to medium

The entire planting

season

Fast growing cherry red Batavia with full

Bremia resistance.

Redza

Red Romaine

Bl:16-21,23-26,28-

33EU

Compact

The entire planting

season

Compact variety with very nice dark colour.

“Red Corn salad” looks.

Deronda Red Romaine Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0 Compact

The entire planting

season

Dark red and thick-leaved real Romaine

shaped leaves.

Planting period is based on Denmark and Southern Sweden. HR: High Resistance | IR: Intermediate Resistance | For explanation of the codes of resistances, see the table on the last

pages of this brochure. Current information concerning the resistances is available on www.enzazaden.com.

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Rucola

Endive

Calafine

Domari

Myrna

Name Segment Size Planting period Description

Tricia

Babyleaf

Selvatica

Compact to

medium

The entire planting

season

Fast variety with medium green leaves. Offering high yield with medium fine

serrated leaves. Slow bolting. Primed seeds available on demand.

Prudenzia F1

Babyleaf

Selvatica

Compact to

medium

The entire planting

season

New hybrid with intermediate resistance against Downey Mildew. Perfect for

growing in spring and autumn due to the fast growth. Very fine serration and

fresh green colour for highest quality. Upright growth for healthy leaves and

efficient harvest. Very good shelf-life.

Name Segment Size Planting period Description

Letizia

Babyleaf

Selvatica

Compact to

medium

The entire planting

season

Letizia is a Grazia type, offering IR DM. Dark green, upright leaves with good

serration and late bolting. The thick leaves gives good weight and improved

shelf-life; late variety. High quality product.

Calafine

Fine curled endive,

processing

Medium Week 14-33

Fine frilled TFM-type with attractive dark colour, coping well with cold as

well as warm periods and the good tolerance to ITB. Calafine offers lot of

serrated leaves in heart.

Bellezia

Babyleaf

Selvatica

Compact to

medium

Late spring and

summer season

High quality summer variety offering intermediate Downey Mildew

resistance and very upright growth, dark green, thick 3D-leaves, improved

shelf-life. The dented and curved leaves give good volume in the bags.

Miliari

Curled endive,

processing

Medium to

medium large

Week 14-18 and

28-33

Large upright curled endive for spring and autumn production. Ascari type

stronger against internal tipburn and very good bolting resistance in the

early period.

Anastazia

Grazia

Babyleaf

Selvatica

Babyleaf

Selvatica

Compact to

medium

Compact to

medium

Late spring and

summer season

The entire planting

season

For growing in (early) summer. Stable 3D-leaves of dark green colour, also

after harvesting. Intermediate resistance towards Downey Mildew. Upright

and compact growth leads to an easy harvest. Good shelf-life.

The leaves are dark green and finely serrated. The plants have an upright

growing habit and are strong against bolting. The dark green leaves secure a

very good shelf-life.

Planting period is based on Denmark and Southern Sweden. HR: High Resistance | IR: Intermediate Resistance | For explanation of the codes of resistances, see the table on the last

pages of this brochure. Current information concerning the resistances is available on www.enzazaden.com.

RMTD: new generation of herb varieties with excellent resistance or other specific added values like shelf-life or cold tolerance.

Domari

Myrna

Curlesi

Curled endive,

processing

Curled endive,

processing

Curled endive,

processing

Medium large Week 14-33

Medium Week 17-33

Medium Week 17-33

Productive Myrna type, vigorous and well-filled with attractive dark

colour. Combines high yield with outstanding quality.

Coarser frilled and well-filled with attractive dark colour. The reliable

standard for processing offering high yield. Good keepability at the field.

Myrna type for the high quality segment. Curlesi has a good growing

ability in late spring. Nice serration and fill in heart with a good earliness.

Strong on ITB.

Planting period is based on Denmark and Southern Sweden. HR: High Resistance | IR: Intermediate Resistance | For explanation of the codes of resistances, see the table on the last

pages of this brochure. Current information concerning the resistances is available on www.enzazaden.com.

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Glasshouse lettuce

Hydroponic lettuce

Name Segment Resistance Size Planting period Description

HR

IR

Caipira

Batavia

Bl:16-26,28,32/

Nr:0/TBSV

LMV:1

Medium

compact

Year round

Caipira performs excellent year round offering

attractive fresh-green colour and a sweet taste.

Caipira stays compact in the summer with good

leaf size and offers the Nasonovia resistance.

The reliable choice.

Vaidosa

Batavia

Bl:16-32EU/Nr:0/

TBSV

LMV:1/

Fol:1

Medium

Year round

Vaidosa is a fast, slightly larger and blonder

Caipira type.

Pearl Gem Batavia Medium

Winter or where

more size and

speed is needed

Pearl Gem is Enza Zaden’s Grand rapid selection

that offers speed and volume for the winter.

Name Segment Resistance Size Planting

period

HR

IR

Amica

Butterhead

Bl:16-26,28-

33EU/Nr:0

Compact Week 6-34

Description

Amica is for spring and summer, performing more compact

and slower growing than Ivy. Amica is strong against

tipburn and makes a good weight.

Crispinet Crispy Bl:16-29,32EU LMV:1 Medium Year round

Cristabel Crispy Nr:0/TBSV LMV:1 Medium Year round

Crispy mid-green lettuce with fine frill, thick

leaves with good keepability. It offers an

attractive sweet taste combined with the crispy

bite. Very strong against bolting but can stretch

under extreme summer heat.

Darker Crispinet with attractive 3D-leaves and

the sweet taste combined with the crispy bite.

Fairly

Butterhead

Bl:16-33EU/

Nr:0

Medium

The entire

growing season

Fresh green Butterhead, which can be grown year round.

Nice harmonic head, strong against tipburn.

Fairly Butterhead Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0 Medium Week 4-37

Fresh green Butterhead well-suited for

hydroponic. Strong against tipburn.

Alega Butterhead Bl:16-33EU

Ilema

Monary

Lollo Bionda

Lollo Bionda

Bl:16-33EU/

Nr:0/Pb/TBSV

Bl:16-

27,29,32EU/

Nr:0

LMV:1/

Fol:1

Compact to

medium

Week 36-3

Compact Week 6-34

Medium Week 36-8

Winter variety for autumn until spring with nice, shiny

colour offering good size and speed.

Very nice, well-filled Lollo Verde type. Very reliable, strong

colour, good leaf texture.

The Reliable Bionda standard suitable for production from

planting September till mid-March. Monary keeps on

producing in the dark period. Temperatures should not go

higher temp than 15° C.

Dabi Lollo Bionda Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0

Ilema

Ardeor

(E01L.30328)

Lollo Verde

Green Oakleaf

Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0/

Pb/TBSV

Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0/

TBSV

LMV:1/

Fol:1

LMV:1/

Fol:1

Medium

Medium

Year round

Year round

LMV:1 Medium Year round

Lollo Bionda offering good size with an upright

base, good filling ability, fine curl and mid green

colour.

Very nice, well-filled Lollo Verde type. Reliable

variety, strong green colour and good leaf

texture.

Ardeor produces many leaves of same size. Nice

shiny colour.

Lea

Lollo Rossa

Bl:16-33EU/

Nr:0

Fol:01

Compact to

medium

Week 6-34

Crispinet Crispy Bl:16-29,32EU LMV:1 Medium Week 6-32

Triple red Lollo with full resistance. Flat base and good

round shape. Very good speed for a dark red type. Fusarium

tolerant.

Crispy mid-green lettuce with fine frill, thick leaves with

good keepability. Crispinet offers an attractive sweet taste

combined with the crispy bite. Very strong against bolting

but can stretch under extreme summer heat.

Cristabel Crispy Nr:0/TBSV LMV:1 Medium Week 6-32 Cristabel is a darker Crispinet with good frill and crispy bite.

Planting period is based on Denmark and Southern Sweden. HR: High Resistance | IR: Intermediate Resistance | For explanation of the codes of resistances, see the table on the last

pages of this brochure. Current information concerning the resistances is available on www.enzazaden.com.

Liv Lollo Rossa Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0 Fol:1 Medium Spring till autumn

Lea Lollo Rossa Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0 Fol:1

Spoonbill

Buckley

Red Cos /

Butterhead

Red Oakleaf

Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0/

TBSV

Bl:16-33EU/Nr:0/

TBSV

Medium

compact

Medium

Mid-winter till

autumn

Spring till autumn

Liv offers shiny cherry red colour. Good speed

and volume.

Triple red Lollo Rossa with full resistance. Flat

base and good round shape. Good speed for a

dark red type. Fusarium tolerant.

Red fine leaved Cos / Butterhead type with

attractive nice textured, thin, nicely rounded

leaves with a good red colouration.

Medium Spring till autumn Attractive dark red Oakleaf

Planting period is based on Denmark and Southern Sweden. HR: High Resistance | IR: Intermediate Resistance | For explanation of the codes of resistances, see the table on the last

pages of this brochure. Current information concerning the resistances is available on www.enzazaden.com.

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Resistances

Resistances in varieties of our crops will be coded

(please, see our coding list on www.enzazaden.

com for explanation), unless indicated otherwise.

Varieties claiming the same level of resistance

against a specific pest or pathogen may exhibit

a different resistance response due to a different

genetic makeup of a variety.It is to be noted that if

a resistance is claimed in a plant variety it is limited

to the specified biotypes, pathotypes, races or

strains of the pest or pathogen.

If no biotypes, pathotypes, races or strains are

specified in the resistance claim for the variety,

it is because no generally accepted classification

of the cited pest by biotype, pathotype, race or

strain exists. In this case resistance is only claimed

against certain not further specified isolates of

that pathogen. New biotypes, pathotypes, races

or strains that may emerge are not covered by the

original resistance claim.

Immunity: not subject to attack or infection by a

specified pest or pathogen

Resistance: the ability of a plant variety to restrict

the growth and development of a specified pest

or pathogen and/or the damage they cause when

compared to susceptible plant varieties under

similar environmental conditions and pest or

pathogen pressure. Resistant varieties may exhibit

some disease symptoms or damage under heavy

pest or pathogen pressure.

Two levels of resistance are defined:

• High resistance (HR): plant varieties that

highly restrict the growth and development

of the specified pest or pathogen under

normal pest or pathogen pressure when

compared to susceptible varieties.

These plant varieties may, however, exhibit

some symptoms or damage under heavy pest

or pathogen pressure.

• Intermediate resistance (IR): plant varieties

that restrict the growth and development

of the specified pest or pathogen, but may

exhibit a greater range of symptoms or

damage compared to highly resistant varieties.

Intermediate resistant plant varieties will still

show less severe symptoms or damage than

susceptible plant varieties when grown under

similar environmental conditions and/or pest

or pathogen pressure.

Susceptibility: the inability of a plant variety to

restrict the growth and development of a specified

pest or pathogen.

Tolerance: the ability of a plant variety to endure

abiotic stress without serious consequences

for growth, appearance and yield. Vegetable

companies will continue to use tolerance for

abiotic stress.

Full explanation available on www.enzazaden.com

Disclaimer

Descriptions, recommendations and illustrations in brochures and leaflets shall correspond as closely as possible to tests and practical experience and are subject

to typographical and/or printing errors. This information shall be provided to assist professional growers and users, whereby variable local conditions must be

taken into account. Under no circumstances shall Enza Zaden accept liability based on such information for deviating results in the cultivated product. Current

information concerning the resistances is available on www.enzazaden.com.

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Explanation of used abbreviations

Lettuce Code English name Scientific name pathogen ISF Races/Strains Level of resistance

Viruses LMV Lettuce mosaic Lettuce mosaic virus 1 IR

Viruses TBSV Lettuce die-back Tomato bushy stunt virus HR

Bacteria Ss Corky root

Sphingomonas suberifaciens

(ex Rhizomonas suberifaciens)

IR

Fungi Bl Downy mildew Bremia lactucae 16-32 HR

Fungi Fol Fusarium wilt Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. lactucae 1 IR

Insects Nr Lettuce leaf aphid Nasonovia ribisnigri 0 HR

Insects Me Potato aphid Macrosiphum euphorbiae IR

Insects Pb Lettuce root aphid Pemphigus bursarius HR

Spinach Code English name Scientific name pathogen ISF Races/Strains Level of resistance

Fungi Pfs Downy mildew

Peronospora farinosa f.sp. spinaciae

(ex. Peronospora effusa)

1-16 HR

Variety also available as organic seed from

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enzazaden.com

Enza Zaden

P.O. Box 7 | 1600 AA Enkhuizen | The Netherlands

Haling 1E | 1602 DB Enkhuizen | The Netherlands

tel +31 (0)228 35 01 00 | fax +31 (0)228 35 02 00

info@enzazaden.nl | www.enzazaden.nl

Contact person Scandinavia:

Per Crillesen: +45 2237 3906 pcr@enzazaden.dk

Contact persons UK:

Holly Russell: +44 (0)7540 047747 H.Russell@enzazaden.co.uk

John Robert Johnson: +44 (0)7557 513146 jr.johnson@enzazaden.co.uk

Andrew Cheer: +44(0) 7976 691942 A.Cheer@enzazaden.co.uk

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