Goliath F1

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Goliath F1


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Goliath F1 is a gynoecious, parthenocarpic plant, with a compact bush type, and highly productive with a great disease package. It produces a smooth, dark green skin, and slow seed development making it nice for slicing and snacking.

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Goliath F1 is a gynoecious, parthenocarpic plant, with a compact bush type, and highly productive with a great disease package. It produces a smooth, dark green skin, and slow seed development making it nice for slicing and snacking.

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