Bellarosa is an early variety, characterized by a very early yield of stable quality. This variety has a high degree of drought tolerance as well as good resistance to other...Contact us Download pdf
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Yellow, bright yellow
Red, mild mesh
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Bellarosa is an early variety, characterized by a very early yield of stable quality. This variety has a high degree of drought tolerance as well as good resistance to other growth.
Bellarosa has tubes that are oval in shape with medium shallow eye depth. The skin is red in color with an insignificant mesh, while the color of the meat is light yellow. This species has a very high yield with a large percentage of very large tubers.
Resistance: This variety has a very high resistance to viral disease and medium high resistance to fungal diseases, as well as resistance to the black leg of the potato.
Purpose: The variety is intended for the production of early potatoes, and since it is characterized by high sleepiness and good storage characteristics, it is very often cultivated in the main part of the season for extraction and long-term storage during the winter. It’s a great taste.
Recommendations for growing: Bellarosa is an adaptive variety with small to medium requirements in terms of soil quality and water supply, as well as significant tolerance to drought.
Planting: Recommended spacing between rows is 75 centimeter, and within the order of 28-30 centimeter (~ 46,000 plants / hectare)
Preparation: Seal the seeds with heat before planting, possibly pouring because Bellarosa has a pronounced calmness of germination.
Herbicides: This variety is slightly sensitive to herbicide based on metribuzin, which is why it is not recommended to use high doses of this herbicide after the emergence of potatoes.
Fertilization: Bellarosa requires optimum fertilization. Total quantities of nitrogen are 120 killogrames / hectare, phosphate 100 killogrames / hectare and potassium 200 kilograms / ha).