Detroit Dark Red
Bright green color and deep red veins
Resistant to downy mildew
- Detroit Dark Red is the most commonly planted beet for the production of baby leaves.
- The leaves are an attractive component in salads because of their bright green color and deep red veins and stem.
- It is a vigorous variety that reaches baby leaf maturity in about 30 days.
- Resistant to downy mildew.
Vilmorin is a brand of the Business Unit Vilmorin-Mikado. The genetic resistances are not dispensed from prophylactic measures to be used as an addition. Our recommendations, suggestions, growing cycles and maturity information are only indicative and based on our own observations and our general experience. They are not contractual and they do not necessarily imply a successful harvest and/or result. The success of the cultivation also depends on factors non-related with the seed.