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Avocados & Asparagus

Avocado VarietiesAsparagus VarietiesAsparagus Varieties

Our Most Popular Variety

Hass Avocados

Distinctive for skin that turns from green to purplish-black when ripe, the Hass is the leading variety of Peruvian Avocado and has an excellent shelf life.

Harvest window is June, July, August.

Properties of Hass
  • Oval-shape
  • Small to medium seed
  • Easy peeling
  • Great taste
  • Full range from average to large, 5-12 oz
  • Pebbly, thick but pliable skin
  • Pale green flesh with creamy texture
  • Rip when fruit yields to gentle pressure
  • Skin may darken slightly

Agro Vision Asparagus Varieties

Whilst some varieties are naturally taller or thinner than others, growing conditions also affect the shape of the spears, which is why Agro Vision pays special attention to the environmental conditions in which we grow.

Asparagus harvest window is June, July, December, January.

01. UC 115

It presents very close bracts and an appreciably superior production indices that are marketable in a long term which guarantees its excellent quality at the moment of exporting.

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Asparagus harvest window is June, July, December, January.

02. UC157F

These plants are naturally either male or female. The female plants bear seeds, which take considerable energy from the plant and sprout new seedlings, which cause overcrowding in the bed.

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Our Most Popular Variety

UC115 Asparagus

Asparagus plants are naturally either male or female. The female plants bear seeds, which take considerable energy from the plant and sprout new seedlings, which cause overcrowding in the bed.

Asparagus harvest window is June, July, December, January.

Properties of UC115
  • Medium Stem Width
  • Compact Crowns
  • Pencil-Sized Root
  • Light to Dark Green
  • Purple Tips
  • Planted in Early Spring
  • Harvested Early Autumn
  • 12-18 Inches Tall
  • High Yield Quality
Our Most Popular Variety

UC157F

Asparagus plants are naturally either male or female. The female plants bear seeds, which take considerable energy from the plant and sprout new seedlings, which cause overcrowding in the bed.

Asparagus harvest window is June, July, December, January.

Properties of UC157F
  • Medium Stem Width
  • Compact Crowns
  • Pencil-Sized Root
  • Light to Dark Green
  • Purple Tips
  • Planted in Early Spring
  • Harvested Early Autumn
  • 12-18 Inches Tall
  • High Yield Quality