Goya

Goya F1

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This large round extra firm eggplant is extremely suited for preparing pastes, dips, and sauces. It has a very good firm flesh consistency and a good shelf life. The fruits are round, to globe shaped, with a green spineless flat calyx. It is an early variety with a strong growing plant for indoor and outdoor planting.

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This large round extra firm eggplant is extremely suited for preparing pastes, dips, and sauces. It has a very good firm flesh consistency and a good shelf life. The fruits are round, to globe shaped, with a green spineless flat calyx. It is an early variety with a strong growing plant for indoor and outdoor planting.

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