May. 8, 2019
Syrope F1 cluster tomatoes are available, ideal for transplants until the end of July.
Bright red color, excellent shelf life and great taste: these are some of the characteristics of Syrope F1, the cluster tomato proposed by Nunhems , BASF's Agricultural Solutions division.
The variety is very in line with market demands: it has a size of about 140-160 grams and is ideal for transplants from the beginning of March to the end of July.
It is a tomato with a plant determined by regular internodes, of medium vigor, with regular clusters of 5-7 bright red fruits. Sepals and rachis are deep green and one of the main strengths of this variety is that it is very well preserved in post-harvest and its fruits have a good resistance package.
"The strength of this variety - explains Jacopo Leggi , sales specialist at BASF - consists in an exceptional shelf life in post-harvesting and a great adaptability even in summer transplants, increasingly difficult due to the extreme environmental conditions. High profitability and market appeal are therefore guaranteed. Syrope is a concentrate of productivity, very tolerant of high temperatures. It has been on the market for some years, but its demand is ever greater, exceeding sales expectations every year ".
Syrope F1 adapts perfectly to market requirements and fully satisfies the demands of consumers, combining high production yields with ease of cultivation and complete adaptability to production cycles.
Editor's note: This article was originally published in Italian. This English summary has been prepared with Google Translate and edited for clarity.