|Groupe of ripeness||Mid-early|
|Vegetative period||113-118 days|
|Plant height||180-200 cm|
|Diameter of head||20-22 cm|
|Weight of 1000 kernels||55-65 g|
|Yield potential||4,5-5,2 t/ha|
|Resistance to Phoma oleracea||9|
|Resistance to Phomopsis helianthi||9|
|Resistance to Plasmopara halstedii||5|
|Resistance to Botrytis cinerea||8|
|Resistance to Sclerotinia scletotium||9|
|Resistance to broomrape (races)||7 (A, B, C, D, E, F, G)|
A steppe type hybrid, well responsive to mineral nutrition and moisture. Resistant to rust and verticillosis. High growth energy, suitable for growing with no-till system. Has increased resistance to broomrape (A-G).
The hybrid is an intensive type of steppe direction with a combination of high resistance to drought and high temperatures simultaneously with high potential in wet conditions. It has a genetic resistance to 7 ratites (A-G) of broomrape. The hybrid responds well to the application of mineral fertilizers and trace elements on a leafy surface.
The hybrid competes good with weeds due to the rapid growth rate at the initial stages of development. It is suitable for growing on the technology of minimal tillage (the system “no-till”). Possesses high resistance to damage to rust, gray and white rot, phomopsis, verticillosis, fracture of the stem.
The optimum plant density during the vegetation period is 50-55 thousand per hectare. The optimal seeding time is early. The most recent planting season in the eastern regions and in the south is May 20.