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100 Jiffy Pellets - #1216 The Jiffy-7 pellet: fine netting is filled with high-quality substrate and then compressed to form a handy pellet. Just add water, and the little planting wonder grows to up to seven times its size in a few moments. It is held together by fine netting, ensuring optimum air/water exchange.
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49er F1 - #213T OR #213U (HY) 50 days. Very early prolific, glossy, golden yellow zucchini. Straight, cylindrical fruits are 7-8”L with creamy white flesh. Excellent flavor and exceptional quality. 36”H upright, open, compact plants make harvesting easy. Low maintenance, easy to grow – great for beginner gardeners! Produces up to 7 days earlier than Golden Zucchini. Use in combination with green zucchini for a colorful display in salads, breads, baked or stir fired. Easily marketable as baby squash or full size. Perfect for home gardens and farm markets. About 3,800 seeds/lb; 235 seeds/oz
Ace 55 - #53U (OP) HEIRLOOM. Determinate. 80 days. Classic American low acid tomato! An old favorite for canning, as its size is perfect for quartering and packing into quart jars. Beautiful, bright red 5-6” diameter, 6-8 oz fruits have an excellent fresh sweet tomato flavor. 3-5’ tall plants produce high yields of thick-walled, meaty, firm, juicy, moderately smooth, deep oblate fruits and provide good foliar coverage to protect against sunburn. Perfect for salads, sandwiches and slicing. Resists cracking. Great Farmer’s Market and processing variety. Resistant: Alternaria Stem Canker, Fusarium Wilt, Verticillium Wilt. About 184,000 seeds/lb; 11,500 seeds/oz.
African Wine Kettle - #548U (OP) 119 days. Plant seed when soil warms to 65°F (no later than June 9). Seed should be planted in moist soil no deeper than 1". Space hills 10' x 20'. For best results start seed indoors 2 weeks before transplanting outdoors. IMPORTANT: For best germination clip the wide flat end of the seed to expose the inner seed. NOTE: Seed may not be true to any specific shape & may produce other large gourd shapes. They get as much as 18" to 20" plus across and as tall as 32"
Alaska WR - #228U 56 days. Light green, straight, blunt pods. Peas are small, light green, low in sugar. Tolerant to Fusarium Wilt. Good canning variety.
Allsweet - #142T or #142U (OP) HEIRLOOM. 90 days. Produces large, oblong fruit, 19”L x 7”W weighing 25-30 lbs. Bright red flesh with mouthwatering sweetness! Small seeds. Holds up well making it an excellent shipper. Tolerant: Anthracnose, Fusarium Wilt
Amberpic - #93T or #93U (HY) 42 days. Very early prolific yellow straightneck type. Fruit is smooth, glossy butter yellow. Compact, yet open plant produces heavy yields over a long fruiting period. Best picked small, 6-8”L is best. Keep fruit picked to stimulate better production. Store and package well.
Ambrosia - #257T (SE-Homozygous) (HY) 75 days. 6-7’H plants produce exceptionally tender, deliciously plump and sweet 8”L x 2” ears set at 20”H bursting with 16 rows of bicolor kernels. Superb quality. Noted for early vigor. Retains sweetness for up to 10 days after harvest. A hardy shipper. Fresh Market, Home Garden. Isolation Required. High Resistance: Stewart’s Wilt; Intermediate Resistance: Northern Corn Leaf Blight.
About 3,200 seeds/lb; 200 seeds/oz for Sh2 (Supersweet) varieties
About 2,700 - seeds/lb; 165 seeds/oz for other sweet corn
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