The bush is compact, 60-75 cm high. Fruits are oval-pear-shaped, weighing 100-200 g (up to 400 g) and up to 15 cm long. In color, this variety has no analogues - in a white and lilac strip. The pulp is white, without bitterness. Variety value: hardiness to verticillary wilting, high yield. Recommended for canning in pieces, for pickling and other types of culinary processing.
1,0 g = 190-230 seeds.
Eng.: Eggplant. Suom.: Munakoiso. Sven.: Äggplanta (Aubergin).
*Eggplants are not only thermophilic and water-demanding, but also very light-demanding.
*Since the root system of these crops is located in the upper soil layer, loosening should be shallow (3-5 cm).
*Fresh manure is not added to the garden before planting eggplant, otherwise they will give a strong leaf mass.
*Young eggplant seedlings planted in a garden bed cannot withstand low positive temperatures (+2-3C), and autumn fruit-bearing plants can withstand frosts down to -5C. This allows you to keep the plants until late autumn.