Sequoia F1

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Sequoia F1


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This variety is an extra early season variety. Sequoia has strong emergence that produces a plant with vigorous growth. The heads are high and dome-shaped with dark green color reaching a size in excess of 30cm. The weight of the head can range from 750g to 1kg. Sequoia F1 has excellent holding capacity and has shown to hold after harvest up to 7 days. This variety is an excellent producer of high-quality heads.

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This variety is an extra early season variety. Sequoia has strong emergence that produces a plant with vigorous growth. The heads are high and dome-shaped with dark green color reaching a size in excess of 30cm. The weight of the head can range from 750g to 1kg. Sequoia F1 has excellent holding capacity and has shown to hold after harvest up to 7 days. This variety is an excellent producer of high-quality heads.

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