Tozer Seeds have been leading the market with our open pollinated varieties and have now expanded and improved our range of hybrids. The results of many years of breeding are now starting to show and see is available for trial. Market standards require leeks to have a dark green, robust thin leaf, accompanied with easy to peel leaves and bulb free shanks.
|Sow||Mid March - May|
|Transplant||13-15 Weeks from sowing|
|Suggested Density||300,000 - 450,000 per hectare for early varieties
180,000 - 300,000 per hectare for other varieties
|Harvest Period||September - April|
The earliest in our series of open pollinated varieties. This is in great demand for the baby leek market. Long shank, with erect leaves and a good base.
Tozer bred open pollinated variety maturing after Zermatt. Excellent for full size production, can also be used as a baby leek.
Hardy, dark blue-green plants with a good shaft length. Has some rust resistance and peels well for a quick pack out.
Second early variety that bulks quickly. Good dark blue-green foliage which contrasts well with the lengthy white shank. Trials have shown this variety to be a consistent performer with good uniformity, bulbing resistance and field resistance to rust.