Texas Grano 1015Y

Texas Grano 1015Y

110 days. Short day yellow.  Produces large 1 lb size straw-yellow deep globe shaped bulbs with very sweet mild flesh.  Very productive with fair storage ability (2 months).   Resistant to pink root.  PVP – Texas Agricultural Experiment Station. Developed in 1980 by Leonard Pike at Texas A & M University. Its name derives from the planting date in Texas (October 15), and Y stands for yellow. They were developed from the “Grano” variety brought over from Valencia, Spain in 1925. United States Department of Agriculture, PI 537590.