Spinach matador is a plant of intense green color with broad leaves, round and bullous. This type of spinach belongs to the family of Chenopodiaceae and are called “matador”, just because they are larger than common spinach. Spinach matador has a high yield and is a very early variety. The sowing operations can be carried out between February and April or August and October. The harvest can be performed, respectively, between April and June or September and November. The best soil on which it must be sowed is draining, as it must be irrigated abundantly. Spinach matador must be sowed with a slight burial and a sunny exposure is preferable, but with a temperature not higher than 20 degrees. This type of spinach contains many vitamins (A, C, E) and mineral salts such as magnesium, iron, potassium, phosphorous and calcium.