Zucchini Pumpkin SORAYA - SORAYA OŻA 3g (Cucurbita pepo)
PUMPKIN COMMON. ZUCCHINI SORAYA - SORAYA OŻA
Latin name: Cucurbita pepo var. giromontina ‘Soraya’
Plant life form: annual
Vegetation: 65-70 days
Plant description / Habit / Growth achieved: The plant produces fruits very well even at lower temperatures. Zucchini Soraya forms bushy plants with weakly spreading stems - some of them tend to creep.
Location: sunny, warm, sheltered from wind, moist, fertile, humus-rich soil
Fruits / Seeds / Size: very shaped, large fruits of dark green color (lighter spots visible on young fruits). Flesh white, juicy, crisp, very tasty.
Yield: Small fruits (12-15cm) 10-12 t/ha, large (35cm) 80-90 t/ha.
According to the producer's statistics, the yield per m2 is kg/m2.
Application: For direct consumption, preservation and freezing.
Frost resistance: yes
Number of seeds in gram: 3-5 pcs.
Sowing rate: 3-4 kg/ha
According to the producer's statistics, the sowing rate per m2 is 0.3-0.4 g/m2.
Sowing date: 1st decade of April (seedlings); 1st decade of May (direct sowing)
Planting date: 2nd decade of May
Spacing: 80x100 cm
Harvest date: 3rd decade of July - 1st decade of August
Sowing and harvest date / graphic seedling:
On the back of each package there is information about the description of the plant, the weight or quantity of seeds, the sowing date of the seeds from a given batch and tips on growing the plant.
On each package there is also information that "The packaging serves as evidence for the complaint". When opening the packaging, remember not to cut off or tear off important parts that contain information on it - e.g. batch numbers, sowing dates, etc.