|Groupe of ripeness||Early|
|Vegetative period||102-107 days|
|Plant height||150-160 cm|
|Plant height||18-20 cm|
|Weight of 1000 kernels||55-65 g|
|Yield potential||4.9-5.0 t/ha|
|Resistance to Phoma oleracea||7|
|Resistance to Phomopsis helianthi||6|
|Resistance to Plasmopara halstedii||7|
|Resistance to Botrytis cinerea||7|
|Resistance to Sclerotinia scletotium||7|
|Resistance to Orobanche cumana (races)||5 (A, B, C, D, E)|
The hybrid is not demanding for soil fertility and period of return to the previous place
The hybrid is not demanding for soil fertility. The yield of the hybrid is to a lesser extent dependent on the timing of seeding. It is a good predecessor for winter crops due to early maturation and good grinding of plant stems by surface soil aggregates.
A small plant height, combined with the early flowering, allows less soil moisture and nutrients to be used to build a vegetative mass, and to a greater extent, to form a productive crop. The hybrid is unpretentious to the dates of returning to the previous place.
The optimum plant density during the vegetation period is 60-65 thousand / ha. The optimal seeding time is early (April 25-30) or late (May 15-30). The most recent planting date is June 10 and harvesting without desiccation.