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    Very hot, early (55-60 days maturity) and extremely prolific ! F1 MH-1107 is a small chili, with erect fruiting habit. Highly pungent fruits, 5-5.5 cm (2 in.) long and 0.8 cm (0.32 in.) in diameter, 3-4 gram in weight. The plant has a perfect uniformity and prolific fruit setting. Suitable for fresh market as green or red color alike. Also good for dehydration. Tolerant to Phytophtora, TMV, Bacterial wilt

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      Plant with sturdy outer leaves that grow vigorously with slightly upstanding habit. Head is round in shape,  firm and compact.  Head weight : above 2 kg on average. Maturity : 70 days after transplanting. High tolerance to wet conditions  in the field. Tolerant to Black rot disease. Resistant to cracking  and to head deformation. Good shipping ability. Suitable both for fresh market and processing.

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        (Solanum aethiopicum L.)

         

        An exceptional production of cream white fruits with green stripes !

        Maturity: 60-65 days after transplant. Hairy foliage. Average fruit weight: 75 grams. Color : striated white. Flavor: mild. Resistant to mites.

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          Very strong growth. Leaves are Hairy. Maturity is 50-55 days from Transplant. Fruits weight 75 gram each. Cream white color. Sweet taste. Resistant to mites. High Yield.

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            (Solanum aethiopicum L.)

             

            High plant height, large plant breadth, small leaves and very small and bitter fruits. Globular shape, green color, bitter taste, especially used in soup for people suffering from malaria.

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              Fruits of the African eggplant (Solanum aethiopicum) are consumed raw or cooked and are usually harvested before they reach maturity. Jaxatu Keur Mbir Ndao bear large sized fruits, light green color before maturity with a bitter taste. At full maturity, the fruits turn

              red or reddish-orange because of their high carotene content.

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                African eggplant (Solanum aethiopicum). Bitter flavor african eggplant popular in West Africa. Upright plant habit. Fruits are very light green (almost white), 120 to 180 g weight, flattened and deep ribbed, 7 cm diameter. Maturity : 65-75 days after transplant.

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                  Improved N’Drowa Issia type, easy to grow. Cultivated all year round with better results during the dry and cool season in tropical countries. Sweet taste, globular – slightly oblong shape, light green. Maturity : 55-60 days after transplant. Tolerant to Aphids.

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                    (Solanum aethiopicum L.)

                     

                    Plants grow vigorously and leaves are smooth. Maturity: 70 days after transplant. Large white-ivory fruits of 200 gram each, elongated, very slightly bitter taste.

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                      (solanum aethiopicum L.)

                       

                      Open field variety perfectly suited for cultivation in tropical areas including the rainy season. Slightly bitter taste, used for sauces, also grown for its leaves which are consumed as spinach. Fruit shape is globe, light green background with thin, dark green stripes. Sowing in nursery and transplant after 4 weeks. Planting (5/6 leaves stage) in rows 60 cm apart x 40 cm on the row. Maturity : 60 – 70 days after transplant. Fruit weight : 100-120 gram, Fruit size: 6-6.4 cm length x 7.2-7.4 cm diameter. Plant height is 40 cm – 50 cm. Fruit shape is round.Very high yield. High Diseases resistance.

                       

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                        Green leaves variety. The leaves are elongated in shape. Maturity: 25-30 days. Yield: around 12 ton per hectare.

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                          Green  and red leaved variety. The leaves are green  and elongated in shape. Maturity: 25-30 days. Yield: around 12 tons per hectare. A very fragrant tropical herb.

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                            Red leaved variety. Broad dented leaves. Maturity: 25-30 days.

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                              YELLOW leaved variety. Sharp and somewhat narrow leaves. Maturity: 25-30 days. Yield: around 12 tons per hectare.

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                                This is a vigorous annual herb up to 0.5m high and is found in Summer and all year round in tropical areas. Stems are generally rounded, may have some ridges, and glabrous (without hairs). Leaves are mid to light green and deeply veined and up to 15cm long. Leaves have a long leaf stalk and have a broad base tapering to a pointed tip.

                                Mostly the inflorescence (group of flowers/fruit) is a dense spike, often with many branches. Flowers are small and green (sometimes with a reddish tinge). Flowers are generally radiating around the stem. Fruit capsules are wrinkled, indehiscent (not opening to release seed when ripe), small and brown. The fruit contains smooth and glossy seeds.

                                Amaranthus viridis is suitable for : light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and prefers well-drained soil. Suitable pH: acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It cannot grow in the shade. It prefers moist soil.

                                 

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                                  Choice mixture of 6 colours, long-stemmed, large Ostrich Feather type flowers (10 cm), about 10 days later.

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                                    Used for pots and borders. Can be sown all-year round in tropical areas. Sunny location or half-shaded. Double flowers well cleared from foliage and covering the plant. Height: around 40 cm. Nursery sowing: in good and humid manure.
                                    Germination: around 8 days. Transplant: 3 weeks after sowing, in a sunny or half-shaded place, 25 cm between plants. Heavy watering is needed during the dry season. Flowering: around 2 1/2 months after transplant.

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                                      Grand Vert is well adapted to a wide range  of growing conditions. Medium leaves. It can grow up to 50 cm high.

                                      Very resistant to diseases.