We apologize, but the distribution of Solanum lycopersicum L. and Capsicum spp. is suspended due to the EU regulation (details); only accessions with CZE (CSK) origin are tested and available.

Descriptor: 029 Time of inflorescence emergence (029 TIME OF INFLORESCENCE EMER)

Number of days from the 1st April. When beginning has been reached at 10% stems in the plot. At single plants - when the tip of 3 inflorescences is just visible. fig.3
Phenological descriptors
Crop Germplasm Committee approved
Data Type:
Alpha/numeric descriptor
Maximum Length:
Responsible Site:
OSEVA PRO Ltd. Grassland Research Institute (CZE082)

Distribution of Values for 029 Time of inflorescence emergence (029 TIME OF INFLORESCENCE EMER)

CodeDefinitionNumber of Accessions
4early to medium 40 - 46 (days)12
5medium 47 - 53 (days)11
6medium to late 54 - 60 (days)5
7late 61 - 67 (days)7
8late to very late 68 - 74 (days)4
9very late > 74 (days)1

Distribution Policy

According to the Decree no.458/2003 to the Act no.148/2003 on plant genetic resources in the Czech Republic users are allowed to order a maximum of 30 generatively and 10 vegetatively propagated samples per year (our business year is from November until October).

Shipments are processed in the order of acceptance. The average handling time is 10 working days.

Plant germplasm is distributed to scientists, educators, producers and other bona fide research and education entities. Distribution of germplasm from National Plant Germplasm collections (NPG) to fulfil requests from individuals seeking free germplasm strictly for home use is generally considered as inappropriate use of limited resources and conflicts with Government policy of not competing with commercial enterprises. Requestors can be asked, in an appropriate manner, to justify the use of specific NPG instead of suitable commercially available germplasm

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