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Bellatrix F1, the full sweetness of the cherry tomato

"The perfect balance between yield and quality, our tomato Bellatrix is the cherry suitable for autumn transplants," the team with Fenix says. "It is characterized by very high tolerance to cracking, in addition to the resistances against the Tomato yellow leaf curl virus (TYLCV) and root knot nematodes."

On the right: Bellatrix shows an elegant cluster with tight, firm and sweet fruit

The plant is strong and it shows middle vigor, the open leaf coverage is well balanced and this led Bellatrix to being grown both horizontally (hooked and inclined) and vertically.

Characteristics of the fruits
The cherry tomato Bellatrix shows itself with an elegant and compact cluster composed by 16 fruits (20 gr. average for each) neatly set under a fishbone shape on a strong, dark-green colored rachis. "The deep-red colored fruits show long shelf life so the possibility to being stocked for a long time post-harvest keeping the all organoleptic characteristics," the Fenix team says. "The very sweet and consistent tomato has a very high specific weight and this is the guarantee for an outstanding yield. The very high brix level makes Bellatrix one of the sweetest and tastiest cherry. "

Bellatrix, the new cherry from Fenix very productive and tolerant to fruit cracking

Resistances and tolerances
Bellatrix presents high resistance against Fol Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici – Fusariosi and ToMV Tomato mosaic virus. It is important to not underestimate the intermediate resistance to Ma, Mi, Mj* Meloidogyne arenaria, Meloidogyne incognita, Meloidogyneyanica – root knot nematodes;it has very high tolerance to the cracking of fruits, a physiopathology that attacks the tomato fruit in general, especially during the autumn-winter cycle.

Check in our website to get the right definitions of the resistance terminology Legend of Resistances.

For more information:
Fenix Seeds
Via XVIII Traversa 68
Belpasso (CT) - Italy
+39 095 8369384
+39 095 3286516
+39 095 328 6517
[email protected]

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