Vegetable Cultivar Descriptions for North America – Shallot

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buy amoxil no prescription Bayou Pearl – Breeder: Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge. Parentage: selection from open-pollinated Louisiana Pearl. Characteristics: produces high yields when planted in the fall from sets. Adaptation: southern and central Louisiana. USDA Rpt., 1953 (H.A. Jones). 1955.

Delta Giant – Breeder and vendor: Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge. Parentage: Nebuka (A. fistulosum) x shallot (A. Ascalonicum). Characteristics: vigorous growth, dark green color, large root system, long season. Resistance: leaf spot, die back. 1957.

Evergreen – Breeder: Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge. Vendor: Louisiana Certified Seed Association. Parentage: Louisiana Pearl x Japanese Nebuka onion. Characteristics: smaller leaves than Nebuka, green throughout entire season; like Nebuka but smaller leaves. Resistance: pink root. Similar: Nebuka. Adaptation: Gulf Coast. Louisiana Expt. Publ. 1051. 1940.

Louisiana Pearl (Angola) – Breeder and vendor: Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge. Parentage: two native strains of shallots. Characteristics: vigorous and produces high yields on ground heavily infested with pink root. Resistance: pink root. Similar: Dutch shallot. Adaptation: Gulf Coast. Louisiana Bul. 287, May 1937.

Wintergreen – Breeder and vendor: Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge. Parentage: selection from open pollinated Louisiana. Characteristics: Pearl Shallots; a high yielder when started as transplants in the spring. Similar: Louisiana Pearl. Adaptation: southern and central Louisiana. USDA Rpt. (H.A. Jones). 1955.