An ideal cut flower hybrid with golden-yellow petals and dark brown disks, completely devoid of pollen. The Dorit petals are slightly deeper yellow. The inflorescence size is relatively large and it is partly dictated by the plant population and by the amount of water the plant absorbs. Depending on the temperatures, the flower may be ready for cutting 65-130 days after sowing. Dorit is usually 7-10 days later than Orit. Both varieties are cold-resistant and can be sown at least two weeks earlier than standard varieties in spring.


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* Resistant varieties may exhibit some disease symptoms or damage under heavy pest pressure and/or under adverse environmental conditions and/or in the face of new biotypes, pathotypes, races or strains of the pest that may emerge.
For tomatoes: Soil temperature above 27°C and other stresses may cause nematode resistance to break.

**please refer to the ISF definitions at
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