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ARTICHOKE OPAL F1

Undoubtedly productivity. From the numbers we have found with some producers in Puglia, we obtain at least twice the yield compared to early traditional varieties. Using the appropriate agronomic techniques it is possible to harvest already in late autumn, then in November. This allows you to be on the market in a season where prices are more profitable, and to make full use of Christmas consumption. In this way the productive advantage doubles: more yield and more commercial margin due to seasonal precocity. Quite the contrary, the cultivation of Opal is decidedly simple, indeed it reduces manual work compared to traditional varieties. It has an extremely pleasant and inviting visual appearance, its color brings it closer to the Provence Violet, with a rounded flower head at the base and well closed and pointed at the top
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Asparagus

It is a dioecious species that brings with it male and female flowers on different plants: the fruits (produced by female plants) are small red berries containing black seeds. The plant is equipped with rhizomes, modified stems that grow underground, forming a lattice; from them the shoots branch out, or the epigeal and edible part of the plant. In the case of forced cultivation, the turion is white in color while in the open field due to chlorophyll photosynthesis takes on a green color. If the shoots are not collected for consumption, stems varying in length from 1 to 1.5 m; these stems must be collected when they have not yet reached a hard consistency. The leaves (cladòdi) of this plant are minute and gathered in bundles of 3-6. Unlike many vegetables, where the smallest and finest shoots are even more tender, the larger stems of the asparagus have a greater pulp than the thickness of the skin, making them more tender.
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BROCCOLI CABBAGE

Broccoli (Brassica oleracea var. Italica), also called broccoli cabbage, is a variety of Brassica oleracea, the large family of plants commonly known as cabbage and which includes numerous very different varieties of appearance. The broccoli fall into the group of plants whose leaves are not eaten but the inflorescences which are not yet ripe. It is grown in various parts of Italy. It is a well-known vegetable. Product temperature From 2 ° C to + 8 ° C They are a very popular food because, in addition to the pleasant and tasty flavor, broccoli has very few calories (27 per 100 gr.) And is therefore often consumed in low-calorie diets. There are different varieties but the most famous are two: the broccoli cabbage which has a short stem and inflorescences of a bright green color, with whitish flowers, very similar to those of the cauliflower although smaller; the branchy broccoli cabbage which is similar to cauliflower and has a blue-green top and soft side shoots, of a dark green color, called broccoli.

VARIETIES OF BROCCOLI CULTIVATED BY US:

NAXOS CYCLE 75 DAYS GRAIN VERY FINE TRANSPLANTATION FROM 20/07 TO 10/09

TRITON CYCLE 80 DAYS GRAIN FINE TRANSPLANT FROM 01/08 TO 20/09

PARTHENON CYCLE 90 DAYS GRAIN VERY FINE TRANSPLANTATION 01/08 / TO 20/09

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BUTTERNUT PUMPKIN (VIOLIN) SMOOTH

This variety of squash, originating from the USA and also cultivated in South Africa, is called butternut, or "butter nut" for its sweet and velvety taste that makes your dishes more refined and delicate. A smooth butternut (violin) pumpkin weighs about 1.5kg - 2kg
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CABBAGE VERZA

Cabbage or savoy cabbage (Brassica oleracea var. Sabauda L.), also called cabbage of Milan (or Lombard cabbage and Savoy cabbage), is a variety of Brassica oleracea similar to cabbage, but unlike it has leaves wrinkled, wrinkled and with prominent ribs. Biennial plant with not very deep tap-root, it has an erect stem, rarely more than 30 centimeters long. The ball, green or red-violet, is not very compact; the inner leaves are white-yellowish. It is grown in various areas of Italy and is a well-known vegetable. Of very ancient origin, the savoy cabbage is cultivated above all in the central-northern regions of Italy. Production in the Canavese area is particularly widespread: in Montalto Dora in November a traditional Savoy cabbage festival takes place.
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CAULIFLOWER

Cauliflower (Brassica oleracea L. var. Botrytis) is a variety of Brassica oleracea. The cauliflower is characterized by an inflorescence, called head or ball, consisting of numerous flowery peduncles, very enlarged and variously constipated. The corimbo inflorescence, which can take on a different color (white, straw, green, violet) is the edible part of the vegetable. Cauliflower has numerous varieties, which are distinguished according to the time of maturation, so there are very early varieties (harvested in October), early (harvested in November-December), winter (harvested in January-February) and late (harvested from March to May).
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CHERRY TOMATO

The cherry tomato develops its fruit in bunches and each bunch can have up to twenty-five small tomatoes. The fruits of this vegetable are round, bright red, with a sweet taste and are widely used in the kitchen to prepare salads but also to eat alone. Being a plant that can adapt to different environments and climates, now we see it grown in many areas and even in gardens and family gardens. There are different types of cherry tomatoes, each with different characteristics: Cherry, Pepe, Chipano, etc.
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DRIED TOMATOES DRYING METHOD

1. Washed tomatoes, cut them in half lengthwise. 2. Place the tomatoes preferably on a certified net and sprinkle them generously one by one with salt. We expose the tomatoes in direct sunlight. 3. Sanitation
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DRIED TOMATOES

One of our strengths is certainly processing
of dried tomato or Dries

Dried:
Washed, cut, sanitized
PACKAGING:
Glass Bottle
PROCESSING TIME:
One mounth
BOX SIZE:
300ml

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