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What do we transform in October
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Honey Mushroom

Scientific Name

Armillaria Mellea

Original Area of the Raw Material

Mount Somma (NA), Gargano Area (FG) – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Seed/Dormancy Time

A naturally growing mushroom, it mainly grows in June, between the first week of October and the second week of November

Harvesting Period

About 3 days after the appearance of the fruiting body

Period of transformation

rom the second week of October to the second week of November

Torzella

Scientific Name

Brassica Oleracea var. Sabellica

Original Area

Greek Peninsula

Original Area of the Raw Material

Marigliano countryside – Italy.

Mainly Used Variety

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time goes from July to September

Harvesting Period

From the second week of October to the fourth week of January

Period of transformation

From the second week of October to the fourth week of January

Neapolitan Broccoli (Friariéllo)

Scientific Name

Brassica Rapa Sylvestris var. Esculenta.

Original Area

Mediterranean basin, between Iberian Peninsula and South of Italy

Original Area of the Raw Material

Vesuvian/Pomigliano/Nola countryside - Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Sessantino, together with Novantino and Centoventino

Seed/Dormancy Time

All the year, except for the hot Summer months

Harvesting Period

From October to May

Period of transformation

From the second week of October to the first week of April

Montoro Coppery Onion (Cipolla ramata di Montoro) C.G.M.

Scientific Name

Allium Cepa

Original Area

Indian Peninsula

Original Area of the Raw Material

Montoro (AV) - Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Tondo Piatta

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time goes from the first to the third week of September

Harvesting Period

From the first to the third week of June, with storage until April

Period of transformation

From the second week of October to the fourth week of November

Pumpkin

Scientific Name

Cucurbita Moschata

Original Area

Indo-China Peninsula

Original Area of the Raw Material

Campania region – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Napoletana

Seed/Dormancy Time

In Spring

Harvesting Period

From the first week of September to the fourth week of November

Period of transformation

From September to November

Sweet Pepper

Scientific Name

Capsicum Annuum

Original Area

South America

Original Area of the Raw Material

Nola countryside - Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Eppo, but also Sassaniello

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time goes from the fourth week of February to the fourth week of March

Harvesting Period

From the first week of July to the second week of October

Period of transformation

From the second week of July to the first week of October.

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Honey Mushroom

Scientific Name

Armillaria Mellea

Original Area of the Raw Material

Mount Somma (NA), Gargano Area (FG) – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Seed/Dormancy Time

A naturally growing mushroom, it mainly grows in June, between the first week of October and the second week of November

Harvesting Period

About 3 days after the appearance of the fruiting body

Period of transformation

rom the second week of October to the second week of November

Walnut

Scientific Name

Juglans Regia

Original Area

Indo-China Peninsula

Original Area of the Raw Material

Campania region – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Malizia, Sorrento and Cervinara

Seed/Dormancy Time

Autumn/Winter

Harvesting Period

From the first week of September to the fourth week of October

Period of transformation

Having available dried fruits, they can be produced from November to May

Torzella

Scientific Name

Brassica Oleracea var. Sabellica

Original Area

Greek Peninsula

Original Area of the Raw Material

Marigliano countryside – Italy.

Mainly Used Variety

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time goes from July to September

Harvesting Period

From the second week of October to the fourth week of January

Period of transformation

From the second week of October to the fourth week of January

Escarole

Scientific Name

Cichorium endivia

Original Area

South Mediterranean Basin

Original Area of the Raw Material

Nola countryside – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Torino and Gigante degli Ortolani

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time goes from March to November

Harvesting Period

From June to March

Period of transformation

From the second week of November to the first week of March.

Neapolitan Broccoli (Friariéllo)

Scientific Name

Brassica Rapa Sylvestris var. Esculenta.

Original Area

Mediterranean basin, between Iberian Peninsula and South of Italy

Original Area of the Raw Material

Vesuvian/Pomigliano/Nola countryside - Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Sessantino, together with Novantino and Centoventino

Seed/Dormancy Time

All the year, except for the hot Summer months

Harvesting Period

From October to May

Period of transformation

From the second week of October to the first week of April

Montoro Coppery Onion (Cipolla ramata di Montoro) C.G.M.

Scientific Name

Allium Cepa

Original Area

Indian Peninsula

Original Area of the Raw Material

Montoro (AV) - Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Tondo Piatta

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time goes from the first to the third week of September

Harvesting Period

From the first to the third week of June, with storage until April

Period of transformation

From the second week of October to the fourth week of November

Pumpkin

Scientific Name

Cucurbita Moschata

Original Area

Indo-China Peninsula

Original Area of the Raw Material

Campania region – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Napoletana

Seed/Dormancy Time

In Spring

Harvesting Period

From the first week of September to the fourth week of November

Period of transformation

From September to November

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Walnut

Scientific Name

Juglans Regia

Original Area

Indo-China Peninsula

Original Area of the Raw Material

Campania region – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Malizia, Sorrento and Cervinara

Seed/Dormancy Time

Autumn/Winter

Harvesting Period

From the first week of September to the fourth week of October

Period of transformation

Having available dried fruits, they can be produced from November to May

Torzella

Scientific Name

Brassica Oleracea var. Sabellica

Original Area

Greek Peninsula

Original Area of the Raw Material

Marigliano countryside – Italy.

Mainly Used Variety

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time goes from July to September

Harvesting Period

From the second week of October to the fourth week of January

Period of transformation

From the second week of October to the fourth week of January

Escarole

Scientific Name

Cichorium endivia

Original Area

South Mediterranean Basin

Original Area of the Raw Material

Nola countryside – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Torino and Gigante degli Ortolani

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time goes from March to November

Harvesting Period

From June to March

Period of transformation

From the second week of November to the first week of March.

Neapolitan Broccoli (Friariéllo)

Scientific Name

Brassica Rapa Sylvestris var. Esculenta.

Original Area

Mediterranean basin, between Iberian Peninsula and South of Italy

Original Area of the Raw Material

Vesuvian/Pomigliano/Nola countryside - Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Sessantino, together with Novantino and Centoventino

Seed/Dormancy Time

All the year, except for the hot Summer months

Harvesting Period

From October to May

Period of transformation

From the second week of October to the first week of April

Walnut

Scientific Name

Juglans Regia

Original Area

Indo-China Peninsula

Original Area of the Raw Material

Campania region – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Malizia, Sorrento and Cervinara

Seed/Dormancy Time

Autumn/Winter

Harvesting Period

From the first week of September to the fourth week of October

Period of transformation

Having available dried fruits, they can be produced from November to May

Torzella

Scientific Name

Brassica Oleracea var. Sabellica

Original Area

Greek Peninsula

Original Area of the Raw Material

Marigliano countryside – Italy.

Mainly Used Variety

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time goes from July to September

Harvesting Period

From the second week of October to the fourth week of January

Period of transformation

From the second week of October to the fourth week of January

Escarole

Scientific Name

Cichorium endivia

Original Area

South Mediterranean Basin

Original Area of the Raw Material

Nola countryside – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Torino and Gigante degli Ortolani

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time goes from March to November

Harvesting Period

From June to March

Period of transformation

From the second week of November to the first week of March.

Neapolitan Broccoli (Friariéllo)

Scientific Name

Brassica Rapa Sylvestris var. Esculenta.

Original Area

Mediterranean basin, between Iberian Peninsula and South of Italy

Original Area of the Raw Material

Vesuvian/Pomigliano/Nola countryside - Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Sessantino, together with Novantino and Centoventino

Seed/Dormancy Time

All the year, except for the hot Summer months

Harvesting Period

From October to May

Period of transformation

From the second week of October to the first week of April

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Walnut

Scientific Name

Juglans Regia

Original Area

Indo-China Peninsula

Original Area of the Raw Material

Campania region – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Malizia, Sorrento and Cervinara

Seed/Dormancy Time

Autumn/Winter

Harvesting Period

From the first week of September to the fourth week of October

Period of transformation

Having available dried fruits, they can be produced from November to May

Torzella

Scientific Name

Brassica Oleracea var. Sabellica

Original Area

Greek Peninsula

Original Area of the Raw Material

Marigliano countryside – Italy.

Mainly Used Variety

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time goes from July to September

Harvesting Period

From the second week of October to the fourth week of January

Period of transformation

From the second week of October to the fourth week of January

Escarole

Scientific Name

Cichorium endivia

Original Area

South Mediterranean Basin

Original Area of the Raw Material

Nola countryside – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Torino and Gigante degli Ortolani

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time goes from March to November

Harvesting Period

From June to March

Period of transformation

From the second week of November to the first week of March.

Neapolitan Broccoli (Friariéllo)

Scientific Name

Brassica Rapa Sylvestris var. Esculenta.

Original Area

Mediterranean basin, between Iberian Peninsula and South of Italy

Original Area of the Raw Material

Vesuvian/Pomigliano/Nola countryside - Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Sessantino, together with Novantino and Centoventino

Seed/Dormancy Time

All the year, except for the hot Summer months

Harvesting Period

From October to May

Period of transformation

From the second week of October to the first week of April

Walnut

Scientific Name

Juglans Regia

Original Area

Indo-China Peninsula

Original Area of the Raw Material

Campania region – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Malizia, Sorrento and Cervinara

Seed/Dormancy Time

Autumn/Winter

Harvesting Period

From the first week of September to the fourth week of October

Period of transformation

Having available dried fruits, they can be produced from November to May

Torzella

Scientific Name

Brassica Oleracea var. Sabellica

Original Area

Greek Peninsula

Original Area of the Raw Material

Marigliano countryside – Italy.

Mainly Used Variety

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time goes from July to September

Harvesting Period

From the second week of October to the fourth week of January

Period of transformation

From the second week of October to the fourth week of January

Escarole

Scientific Name

Cichorium endivia

Original Area

South Mediterranean Basin

Original Area of the Raw Material

Nola countryside – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Torino and Gigante degli Ortolani

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time goes from March to November

Harvesting Period

From June to March

Period of transformation

From the second week of November to the first week of March.

Neapolitan Broccoli (Friariéllo)

Scientific Name

Brassica Rapa Sylvestris var. Esculenta.

Original Area

Mediterranean basin, between Iberian Peninsula and South of Italy

Original Area of the Raw Material

Vesuvian/Pomigliano/Nola countryside - Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Sessantino, together with Novantino and Centoventino

Seed/Dormancy Time

All the year, except for the hot Summer months

Harvesting Period

From October to May

Period of transformation

From the second week of October to the first week of April

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Tangerine

Scientific Name

Citrus Reticulata

Original Area

Japanese Peninsula

Original Area of the Raw Material

Sicily – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Marzatico

Seed/Dormancy Time

From April to July

Harvesting Period

From the second week of December to the second week of April

Period of transformation

From the third week of February to the first week of April

Fennel

Scientific Name

Foeniculum Vulgare

Original Area

Egypt/Palestine

Original Area of the Raw Material

Mount Somma,
Nolan Countryside – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Palettone Bianco.

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time goes from June to September

Harvesting Period

From the first week of October to the fourth week of February

Period of transformation

From the second week of February to the first week of March

Walnut

Scientific Name

Juglans Regia

Original Area

Indo-China Peninsula

Original Area of the Raw Material

Campania region – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Malizia, Sorrento and Cervinara

Seed/Dormancy Time

Autumn/Winter

Harvesting Period

From the first week of September to the fourth week of October

Period of transformation

Having available dried fruits, they can be produced from November to May

Escarole

Scientific Name

Cichorium endivia

Original Area

South Mediterranean Basin

Original Area of the Raw Material

Nola countryside – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Torino and Gigante degli Ortolani

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time goes from March to November

Harvesting Period

From June to March

Period of transformation

From the second week of November to the first week of March.

Neapolitan Broccoli (Friariéllo)

Scientific Name

Brassica Rapa Sylvestris var. Esculenta.

Original Area

Mediterranean basin, between Iberian Peninsula and South of Italy

Original Area of the Raw Material

Vesuvian/Pomigliano/Nola countryside - Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Sessantino, together with Novantino and Centoventino

Seed/Dormancy Time

All the year, except for the hot Summer months

Harvesting Period

From October to May

Period of transformation

From the second week of October to the first week of April

Montoro Coppery Onion (Cipolla ramata di Montoro) C.G.M.

Scientific Name

Allium Cepa

Original Area

Indian Peninsula

Original Area of the Raw Material

Montoro (AV) - Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Tondo Piatta

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time goes from the first to the third week of September

Harvesting Period

From the first to the third week of June, with storage until April

Period of transformation

From the second week of October to the fourth week of November

Oyster mushroom

Scientific Name

Pleurotus Ostreatus

Original Area of the Raw Material

Latina/Treviso, Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Kronos.

Seed/Dormancy Time

All the year, respecting incubation temperature.

Harvesting Period

About three weeks after seed time, with five more harvestings after the first one

Period of transformation

From the second week of February to the second week of April.

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Champignon Mushroom

Scientific Name

Agaricus Bisporus

Original Area of the Raw Material

Latina - Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Biondo

Seed/Dormancy Time

All the year, respecting incubation temperature.

Harvesting Period

About two weeks after seed time, with five more harvestings after the first one

Period of transformation

From the second week of March to the first week of May

Tangerine

Scientific Name

Citrus Reticulata

Original Area

Japanese Peninsula

Original Area of the Raw Material

Sicily – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Marzatico

Seed/Dormancy Time

From April to July

Harvesting Period

From the second week of December to the second week of April

Period of transformation

From the third week of February to the first week of April

Fennel

Scientific Name

Foeniculum Vulgare

Original Area

Egypt/Palestine

Original Area of the Raw Material

Mount Somma,
Nolan Countryside – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Palettone Bianco.

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time goes from June to September

Harvesting Period

From the first week of October to the fourth week of February

Period of transformation

From the second week of February to the first week of March

Walnut

Scientific Name

Juglans Regia

Original Area

Indo-China Peninsula

Original Area of the Raw Material

Campania region – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Malizia, Sorrento and Cervinara

Seed/Dormancy Time

Autumn/Winter

Harvesting Period

From the first week of September to the fourth week of October

Period of transformation

Having available dried fruits, they can be produced from November to May

Escarole

Scientific Name

Cichorium endivia

Original Area

South Mediterranean Basin

Original Area of the Raw Material

Nola countryside – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Torino and Gigante degli Ortolani

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time goes from March to November

Harvesting Period

From June to March

Period of transformation

From the second week of November to the first week of March.

Neapolitan Broccoli (Friariéllo)

Scientific Name

Brassica Rapa Sylvestris var. Esculenta.

Original Area

Mediterranean basin, between Iberian Peninsula and South of Italy

Original Area of the Raw Material

Vesuvian/Pomigliano/Nola countryside - Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Sessantino, together with Novantino and Centoventino

Seed/Dormancy Time

All the year, except for the hot Summer months

Harvesting Period

From October to May

Period of transformation

From the second week of October to the first week of April

Montoro Coppery Onion (Cipolla ramata di Montoro) C.G.M.

Scientific Name

Allium Cepa

Original Area

Indian Peninsula

Original Area of the Raw Material

Montoro (AV) - Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Tondo Piatta

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time goes from the first to the third week of September

Harvesting Period

From the first to the third week of June, with storage until April

Period of transformation

From the second week of October to the fourth week of November

Oyster mushroom

Scientific Name

Pleurotus Ostreatus

Original Area of the Raw Material

Latina/Treviso, Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Kronos.

Seed/Dormancy Time

All the year, respecting incubation temperature.

Harvesting Period

About three weeks after seed time, with five more harvestings after the first one

Period of transformation

From the second week of February to the second week of April.

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Champignon Mushroom

Scientific Name

Agaricus Bisporus

Original Area of the Raw Material

Latina - Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Biondo

Seed/Dormancy Time

All the year, respecting incubation temperature.

Harvesting Period

About two weeks after seed time, with five more harvestings after the first one

Period of transformation

From the second week of March to the first week of May

Lemon

Scientific Name

Citrus Lemon

Original Area

Area between China, North India and Myanmar

Original Area of the Raw Material

Sorrento Peninsula - Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Femmeniello Sfusato and Monachello

Seed/Dormancy Time

From April a July

Harvesting Period

From April to July

Period of transformation

From the first week of April to the first week of May

Walnut

Scientific Name

Juglans Regia

Original Area

Indo-China Peninsula

Original Area of the Raw Material

Campania region – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Malizia, Sorrento and Cervinara

Seed/Dormancy Time

Autumn/Winter

Harvesting Period

From the first week of September to the fourth week of October

Period of transformation

Having available dried fruits, they can be produced from November to May

Neapolitan Broccoli (Friariéllo)

Scientific Name

Brassica Rapa Sylvestris var. Esculenta.

Original Area

Mediterranean basin, between Iberian Peninsula and South of Italy

Original Area of the Raw Material

Vesuvian/Pomigliano/Nola countryside - Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Sessantino, together with Novantino and Centoventino

Seed/Dormancy Time

All the year, except for the hot Summer months

Harvesting Period

From October to May

Period of transformation

From the second week of October to the first week of April

Oyster mushroom

Scientific Name

Pleurotus Ostreatus

Original Area of the Raw Material

Latina/Treviso, Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Kronos.

Seed/Dormancy Time

All the year, respecting incubation temperature.

Harvesting Period

About three weeks after seed time, with five more harvestings after the first one

Period of transformation

From the second week of February to the second week of April.

Artichoke

Scientific Name

Cynara Scolymus

Original Area

Arabian Peninsula

Original Area of the Raw Material

Province of Foggia/Southern part of Salerno – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Violetto Precocissimo of Foggia

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time goes is in August

Harvesting Period

From the first week of October to the fourth week of May

Period of transformation

From the first week of April to the fourth week of May

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Cherry

Scientific Name

Prunus Avium

Original Area

Asia Minor

Original Area of the Raw Material

Mount Somma – Napoli – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Seconda Nera.

Seed/Dormancy Time

Autumn/Winter

Harvesting Period

From the first week of May to the first week of June

Period of transformation

From the first week of May to the first week of June

Champignon Mushroom

Scientific Name

Agaricus Bisporus

Original Area of the Raw Material

Latina - Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Biondo

Seed/Dormancy Time

All the year, respecting incubation temperature.

Harvesting Period

About two weeks after seed time, with five more harvestings after the first one

Period of transformation

From the second week of March to the first week of May

Lemon

Scientific Name

Citrus Lemon

Original Area

Area between China, North India and Myanmar

Original Area of the Raw Material

Sorrento Peninsula - Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Femmeniello Sfusato and Monachello

Seed/Dormancy Time

From April a July

Harvesting Period

From April to July

Period of transformation

From the first week of April to the first week of May

Walnut

Scientific Name

Juglans Regia

Original Area

Indo-China Peninsula

Original Area of the Raw Material

Campania region – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Malizia, Sorrento and Cervinara

Seed/Dormancy Time

Autumn/Winter

Harvesting Period

From the first week of September to the fourth week of October

Period of transformation

Having available dried fruits, they can be produced from November to May

Artichoke

Scientific Name

Cynara Scolymus

Original Area

Arabian Peninsula

Original Area of the Raw Material

Province of Foggia/Southern part of Salerno – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Violetto Precocissimo of Foggia

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time goes is in August

Harvesting Period

From the first week of October to the fourth week of May

Period of transformation

From the first week of April to the fourth week of May

Cherry

Scientific Name

Prunus Avium

Original Area

Asia Minor

Original Area of the Raw Material

Mount Somma – Napoli – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Seconda Nera.

Seed/Dormancy Time

Autumn/Winter

Harvesting Period

From the first week of May to the first week of June

Period of transformation

From the first week of May to the first week of June

Champignon Mushroom

Scientific Name

Agaricus Bisporus

Original Area of the Raw Material

Latina - Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Biondo

Seed/Dormancy Time

All the year, respecting incubation temperature.

Harvesting Period

About two weeks after seed time, with five more harvestings after the first one

Period of transformation

From the second week of March to the first week of May

Lemon

Scientific Name

Citrus Lemon

Original Area

Area between China, North India and Myanmar

Original Area of the Raw Material

Sorrento Peninsula - Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Femmeniello Sfusato and Monachello

Seed/Dormancy Time

From April a July

Harvesting Period

From April to July

Period of transformation

From the first week of April to the first week of May

Walnut

Scientific Name

Juglans Regia

Original Area

Indo-China Peninsula

Original Area of the Raw Material

Campania region – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Malizia, Sorrento and Cervinara

Seed/Dormancy Time

Autumn/Winter

Harvesting Period

From the first week of September to the fourth week of October

Period of transformation

Having available dried fruits, they can be produced from November to May

Artichoke

Scientific Name

Cynara Scolymus

Original Area

Arabian Peninsula

Original Area of the Raw Material

Province of Foggia/Southern part of Salerno – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Violetto Precocissimo of Foggia

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time goes is in August

Harvesting Period

From the first week of October to the fourth week of May

Period of transformation

From the first week of April to the fourth week of May

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Cherry

Scientific Name

Prunus Avium

Original Area

Asia Minor

Original Area of the Raw Material

Mount Somma – Napoli – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Seconda Nera.

Seed/Dormancy Time

Autumn/Winter

Harvesting Period

From the first week of May to the first week of June

Period of transformation

From the first week of May to the first week of June

Apricot

Scientific Name

Prunus Armeniaca

Original Area

Northeast China

Original Area of the Raw Material

Mount Somma - Napoli - Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Pellecchiella, but also Fracassa and Vitillo

Seed/Dormancy Time

Autumn/Winter

Harvesting Period

From the second week of June to the second week of July

Period of transformation

From the second week of June to the second week of July

Zucchini

Scientific Name

Cucurbito Pepo

Original Area

North/Central America

Original Area of the Raw Material

Nolan Countryside – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

San Pasquale.

Seed/Dormancy Time

From March to August

Harvesting Period

From May to September

Period of transformation

From the first week of June to the first week of September

Cherry

Scientific Name

Prunus Avium

Original Area

Asia Minor

Original Area of the Raw Material

Mount Somma – Napoli – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Seconda Nera.

Seed/Dormancy Time

Autumn/Winter

Harvesting Period

From the first week of May to the first week of June

Period of transformation

From the first week of May to the first week of June

Apricot

Scientific Name

Prunus Armeniaca

Original Area

Northeast China

Original Area of the Raw Material

Mount Somma - Napoli - Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Pellecchiella, but also Fracassa and Vitillo

Seed/Dormancy Time

Autumn/Winter

Harvesting Period

From the second week of June to the second week of July

Period of transformation

From the second week of June to the second week of July

Zucchini

Scientific Name

Cucurbito Pepo

Original Area

North/Central America

Original Area of the Raw Material

Nolan Countryside – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

San Pasquale.

Seed/Dormancy Time

From March to August

Harvesting Period

From May to September

Period of transformation

From the first week of June to the first week of September

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Apricot

Scientific Name

Prunus Armeniaca

Original Area

Northeast China

Original Area of the Raw Material

Mount Somma - Napoli - Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Pellecchiella, but also Fracassa and Vitillo

Seed/Dormancy Time

Autumn/Winter

Harvesting Period

From the second week of June to the second week of July

Period of transformation

From the second week of June to the second week of July

Campanian Yellow Tinned Cherry Tomato

Scientific Name

Lycopersicon Esculentum (variante gialla con mucrone apicale)

Original Area

Central/South- America

Original Area of the Raw Material

Somma Vesuviana/ Sant’Anastasia – Italy.

Mainly Used Variety

Pizzo Vesuviano Giallo

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time goes from the third week of March to the third week of April

Harvesting Period

From the first week of July to the third week of September

Period of transformation

From the first week of July to the third week of September

Vesuvius Piennolo Cherry Tomato, P.D.O.

Scientific Name

Lycopersicon Esculentum (variante rossa con mucrone apicale)

Original Area

Central/South- America

Original Area of the Raw Material

Somma Vesuviana / Sant’Anastasia - Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Principe Borghese, but also Fiaschella, Lampadina, Re Umberto, and Patanara

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time goes from the third week of March to the third week of April

Harvesting Period

From the first week of July to the fourth week of August

Period of transformation

From the first week of July to the fourth week of August.

Zucchini

Scientific Name

Cucurbito Pepo

Original Area

North/Central America

Original Area of the Raw Material

Nolan Countryside – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

San Pasquale.

Seed/Dormancy Time

From March to August

Harvesting Period

From May to September

Period of transformation

From the first week of June to the first week of September

Oblong Campanian Tomato

Scientific Name

Lycopersicon Esculentum

Original Area

Central/South- America

Original Area of the Raw Material

Acerra/Pomigliano Area – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

20 Smec 3.

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time goes from the first week of April to the first week of May

Harvesting Period

From the third week of July to the third week of September

Period of transformation

From the first week of July to the second week of September

Sweet Pepper

Scientific Name

Capsicum Annuum

Original Area

South America

Original Area of the Raw Material

Nola countryside - Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Eppo, but also Sassaniello

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time goes from the fourth week of February to the fourth week of March

Harvesting Period

From the first week of July to the second week of October

Period of transformation

From the second week of July to the first week of October.

Eggplant

Scientific Name

Solanum Melongena

Original Area

India

Original Area of the Raw Material

Nola countryside - Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Cima di Viola, but also Galaxy and Napoletana

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time goes from March to April

Harvesting Period

From the first week of June to the fourth week of October

Period of transformation

From the second week of July to the first week of September.

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Fig

Scientific Name

Ficus Carica

Original Area

Egypt

Original Area of the Raw Material

Mount Somma -(NA)/ Cilento area (SA) - Italy.

Mainly Used Variety

Fico Bianco Dottato.

Seed/Dormancy Time

Autumn/Winter

Harvesting Period

From the fourth week of July to the first week of September

Period of transformation

From the second week of August to the first week of September

Campanian Yellow Tinned Cherry Tomato

Scientific Name

Lycopersicon Esculentum (variante gialla con mucrone apicale)

Original Area

Central/South- America

Original Area of the Raw Material

Somma Vesuviana/ Sant’Anastasia – Italy.

Mainly Used Variety

Pizzo Vesuviano Giallo

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time goes from the third week of March to the third week of April

Harvesting Period

From the first week of July to the third week of September

Period of transformation

From the first week of July to the third week of September

Vesuvius Piennolo Cherry Tomato, P.D.O.

Scientific Name

Lycopersicon Esculentum (variante rossa con mucrone apicale)

Original Area

Central/South- America

Original Area of the Raw Material

Somma Vesuviana / Sant’Anastasia - Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Principe Borghese, but also Fiaschella, Lampadina, Re Umberto, and Patanara

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time goes from the third week of March to the third week of April

Harvesting Period

From the first week of July to the fourth week of August

Period of transformation

From the first week of July to the fourth week of August.

Neapolitan Papaccella Pepper

Scientific Name

Capsicum Annuum

Original Area

Papaccella

Original Area of the Raw Material

Pomigliano/Brusciano countryside – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time starts from the second week of May

Harvesting Period

From the first week of August to the fourth week of September

Period of transformation

From the second week of August to the third week of September

Zucchini

Scientific Name

Cucurbito Pepo

Original Area

North/Central America

Original Area of the Raw Material

Nolan Countryside – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

San Pasquale.

Seed/Dormancy Time

From March to August

Harvesting Period

From May to September

Period of transformation

From the first week of June to the first week of September

Spicy Papaccellina Pepper

Scientific Name

Capsicum Annuum

Original Area

Province of Napoli

Original Area of the Raw Material

Pomigliano/Brusciano countryside – Italy.

Mainly Used Variety

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time starts in the second week of May

Harvesting Period

From the first week of August to the fourth week of September

Period of transformation

From the second week of August to the third week of September

Oblong Campanian Tomato

Scientific Name

Lycopersicon Esculentum

Original Area

Central/South- America

Original Area of the Raw Material

Acerra/Pomigliano Area – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

20 Smec 3.

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time goes from the first week of April to the first week of May

Harvesting Period

From the third week of July to the third week of September

Period of transformation

From the first week of July to the second week of September

Sweet Pepper

Scientific Name

Capsicum Annuum

Original Area

South America

Original Area of the Raw Material

Nola countryside - Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Eppo, but also Sassaniello

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time goes from the fourth week of February to the fourth week of March

Harvesting Period

From the first week of July to the second week of October

Period of transformation

From the second week of July to the first week of October.

Eggplant

Scientific Name

Solanum Melongena

Original Area

India

Original Area of the Raw Material

Nola countryside - Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Cima di Viola, but also Galaxy and Napoletana

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time goes from March to April

Harvesting Period

From the first week of June to the fourth week of October

Period of transformation

From the second week of July to the first week of September.

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Fig

Scientific Name

Ficus Carica

Original Area

Egypt

Original Area of the Raw Material

Mount Somma -(NA)/ Cilento area (SA) - Italy.

Mainly Used Variety

Fico Bianco Dottato.

Seed/Dormancy Time

Autumn/Winter

Harvesting Period

From the fourth week of July to the first week of September

Period of transformation

From the second week of August to the first week of September

Campanian Yellow Tinned Cherry Tomato

Scientific Name

Lycopersicon Esculentum (variante gialla con mucrone apicale)

Original Area

Central/South- America

Original Area of the Raw Material

Somma Vesuviana/ Sant’Anastasia – Italy.

Mainly Used Variety

Pizzo Vesuviano Giallo

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time goes from the third week of March to the third week of April

Harvesting Period

From the first week of July to the third week of September

Period of transformation

From the first week of July to the third week of September

Neapolitan Papaccella Pepper

Scientific Name

Capsicum Annuum

Original Area

Papaccella

Original Area of the Raw Material

Pomigliano/Brusciano countryside – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time starts from the second week of May

Harvesting Period

From the first week of August to the fourth week of September

Period of transformation

From the second week of August to the third week of September

Zucchini

Scientific Name

Cucurbito Pepo

Original Area

North/Central America

Original Area of the Raw Material

Nolan Countryside – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

San Pasquale.

Seed/Dormancy Time

From March to August

Harvesting Period

From May to September

Period of transformation

From the first week of June to the first week of September

Spicy Papaccellina Pepper

Scientific Name

Capsicum Annuum

Original Area

Province of Napoli

Original Area of the Raw Material

Pomigliano/Brusciano countryside – Italy.

Mainly Used Variety

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time starts in the second week of May

Harvesting Period

From the first week of August to the fourth week of September

Period of transformation

From the second week of August to the third week of September

Pumpkin

Scientific Name

Cucurbita Moschata

Original Area

Indo-China Peninsula

Original Area of the Raw Material

Campania region – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Napoletana

Seed/Dormancy Time

In Spring

Harvesting Period

From the first week of September to the fourth week of November

Period of transformation

From September to November

Oblong Campanian Tomato

Scientific Name

Lycopersicon Esculentum

Original Area

Central/South- America

Original Area of the Raw Material

Acerra/Pomigliano Area – Italy

Mainly Used Variety

20 Smec 3.

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time goes from the first week of April to the first week of May

Harvesting Period

From the third week of July to the third week of September

Period of transformation

From the first week of July to the second week of September

Sweet Pepper

Scientific Name

Capsicum Annuum

Original Area

South America

Original Area of the Raw Material

Nola countryside - Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Eppo, but also Sassaniello

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time goes from the fourth week of February to the fourth week of March

Harvesting Period

From the first week of July to the second week of October

Period of transformation

From the second week of July to the first week of October.

Eggplant

Scientific Name

Solanum Melongena

Original Area

India

Original Area of the Raw Material

Nola countryside - Italy

Mainly Used Variety

Cima di Viola, but also Galaxy and Napoletana

Seed/Dormancy Time

Seed time goes from March to April

Harvesting Period

From the first week of June to the fourth week of October

Period of transformation

From the second week of July to the first week of September.