BIBLIOTECA HORTICULTURA

BIBLIOTECA HORTICULTURA

AKIRA SEEDS - UNIGEN SEEDS SPAIN

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Eggplant rootstocks

Eggplant rootstocks

The practice of grafting allows the cultivation of eggplant to obtain more vigorous plants, capable of having a better nutrition even during difficult periods of the year, and obtaining resistance or tolerance to diseases and nematodes. Between the deseases, Verticillosis, Fusarium, bacterial wilt (Ralstonia solanacearum), root bracketing (radical suberosis), ...

AKIRA SEEDS offers different rootstocks for eggplant.


Akira Seeds Selection HUGO
It is a selection of Solanum torvum. Vigorous vegetative and root development, allows a better absorption of the nutrients, even in winter periods, guaranteeing high productivity.

IR / TOL.: Nematodes, Fusarium, Root suberosis, Bacterial Wilt and Verticillium. 

The seed needs light to germinate; sow 25 days before the variety to be grafted. Our variety guarantees a perfect and uniform germination. It is recommended to sow directly on the trays, quite superficial and covering them with a light layer of vermiculite.


AK Sel ENKANTA
Selection of Solanum torvum, which complements the widely used AK Sel. HUGO.
IR / TOL.: Nematodes, Fusarium, Root suberosis, Bacterial Wilt and Verticillium.
 

AKX-515 TROIKA
Variety used as a rootstock for eggplants, for its vegetative development similar to the grafted variety and its perfect affinity in grafting. Forming already grafted plants, with less time in seedbed than with our Torvum (Hugo) type rootstock. Very vigorous plant, even in low temperature conditions. It is a variety resistant to Verticillium Wilt and Fusarium Wilt, provideing great security for the cultivation of the grafted variety.


IR – Intermediate resistance
TOL - Tolerance

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Other rootstocks
AKIRA SEEDS has an extensive range of rootstocks, which include, in addition to eggplant, pumpkin, cucumber, watermelon and melon, tomato, pepper.

 

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