Physalis



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    Schönbrunner Gold G646

    Very vigorous plant with deep golden yellow berries for selling fresh. A large fruited selection from the Forschungsanstalt für Gartenbau Schoenbrunn/Wien. Not suitable for outdoor cultivation. Support, training and the …

    
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    Schönbrunner Gold G646
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      The seed has a higher germination capacity than normal seed. The minimum germination rate for precision seed is set according to variety.
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    0,05 g -sufficient for 30 plants
    Ready to ship,
    delivery period: 3 - 5 days
    2,85 EUR
    100 g = 5.700,00 EUR
    3,05 EUR
    100 g = 6.099,00 EUR

    Thousand Grain Weigh (ø): 1,17 g

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    in grainsexcl. VATincl. VAT
    100 grains
    Sold out 5,40 EUR
    1000 grain = 54,00 EUR
    5,78 EUR
    1000 grain = 57,78 EUR
    250 grains
    Sold out 10,80 EUR
    1000 grain = 43,20 EUR
    11,56 EUR
    1000 grain = 46,22 EUR
    500 grains
    Sold out 17,50 EUR
    1000 grain = 35,00 EUR
    18,73 EUR
    1000 grain = 37,45 EUR
    1.000 grains
    Sold out 28,90 EUR
    1000 grain = 28,90 EUR
    30,92 EUR
    1000 grain = 30,92 EUR
    2.500 grains
    Sold out 54,50 EUR
    1000 grain = 21,80 EUR
    58,32 EUR
    1000 grain = 23,33 EUR

    Thousand Grain Weigh (ø): 1,17 g

    Precision seed: At least 90 % germination

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Physalis is also known as Cape goosebery or sometimes as Inca berry. It comes from South America. Because it is frost sensitive and requires warmth it thrives in wine growing country on protect sites in full sun. Elsewhere it should be grown in a greenhouse. It can also be grown in containers. It has many uses and its sweet sour taste makes it an increasingly sought after fruit.

Cultural tip:
If grown in the greenhouse or poly tunnel the main shoots are trimmed back regularly to waist height in order to encourage fruiting. Outdoors the plants are allowed to produce 6 - 8 vines and each of the side shoots are shortened to the fourth node. The main shoot is stopped 3 - 4 weeks before the season ends. Harvesting begins from mid August. The fruits can be stored for 24 days at a temperature of 7°C. Full ripening is achieved in dry air at 15°C.


Sources:
VOGEL, G., 1996: Handbuch des speziellen Gemüsebaues. Verlag Eugen Ulmer.
WEBERLING, F. & H. O. SCHWANTES, 1987: Pflanzensystematik. Verlag Eugen Ulmer.
GEISLER, G., 1991: Farbatlas Landwirtschaftliche Kulturpflanzen. Verlag Eugen Ulmer.