13 February, 2019 11:00 am
El Aljibe (Murcia)
The lettuce has landed hard in Bejo and has become an important crop for the Dutch company, which on February 13, from 10.00 am, will celebrate its Open Doors of lettuce, brassica and other crops in its experimental farm El Aljibe (Murcia).
The varieties that the company will present in this event stand out for the quality and innovation that they offer, visitors from all over the national and international scope will attend these conferences and will be able to inform themselves at the foot of the field.
A wide catalog
Bejo offers a wide range of varieties to meet the needs of annual production, as well as the adaptation to the different productive areas that exist.
Lettuce resistant to Bremia BR breed: 35EU The new varieties of the Dutch company are resistant to BR: 35EU, identified officially last year.
Bejo’s commitment to the IV Range industry is present in all its products and development, trying to facilitate the processes of processing and cost reduction.
The lettuce from Bejo is consolidated, it is only the beginning of a great story, where the farmer wants to participate in a successful crop.