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Starbor F1 Grand Duke F1 More Kale


5HÁ H[ F1 55 days. Extra tight, high curl and deep green color. Exceptionally good retention of deep green foliage on plant into fall and winter without yellowing. Outstanding vigor, reaching 3 ft depending on planting time and growing condi- tions. Excellent winter tolerance. Fronds taper out and down which permits drainage off the plant during rain or snow, promoting clean leaf and quality produce.


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3068 Starbor F1 55 days. High leaf volume in small space, the most densely branched Kale available. At just 12 -18" tall , due to short


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internodes, yields like much taller varieties in the same area, with better durablility against wind and cold damage. Finely curled leaves about 10 -12 " long, extra dark blue green vs all others of this type. Fast, vigorous regrowth after harvest or stripping, continued harvest up to heavy freeze. Fresh Mkt, Bunching, Processing.


3062U Vates 55 days. (Also called Dwarf Blue Curled or Dwarf Blue Scotch.)Well-known variety with at- tractive, curled leaves which resist yellowing. Upright hardy plants.


Kohlrabi (Brassica oleracea, Gongylodes Group)


Approx. 9,000 seeds/oz. Pkt plants 30' of row. Direct-sow 2-4 lbs/acre. Sow seeds ½" deep, 18-24" apart in rows 24-36" apart. Seeds germ in about 12 days. Days to maturity are from sowing.


([SUHVV )RUFHU F1 43 days. Extra early forcing type smooth, light green bulb. Excellent quality, very slow bolting.


3077 & 3077U Grand Duke F1 45 days. Easy to grow, tasty crop; high yields in limited space. Plants form rounded, smooth, bulbous stems above soil level, up to 4" across. Delicious raw, salads or cooked. Resists cold weather, light frosts and adverse weather conditions.


Cat#


3062U Cat#


3063 3068


Cat# 3072


Kale Vates


Kale (M = 1000) 5HÀ H[ Starbor


Kohlrabi (M = 1000) Express Forcer


3077, 3077U Grand Duke 3080, 3080U Quickstar 3082, 3082U Winner


Cat# Leek (M = 1000 sds) 3097 Lancelot 1¼8 oz 1.50


100 sd 2.15


2.00


100 sd 2.50


1.45 1.60 1.70


100 sd 1.50


1 oz 1.95


1000 sd 15.75


15.00 500 sd


9.45 2.95 5.15 2.95


500 sd 2.75


Vates F1


3080 & 3080U Quickstar F1 58-60 days from direct sowing. Early maturity with very uniform size and tim- ing. Slow bolting. Bulbs are broadly globe shaped, very smooth and attractive with beautiful soft green color.


3082 & 3082U Winner F1 55 days. Mid-early. Large green knob, upright, resists pithiness. Best substitute for Grand Duke when needed.


Leek (Allium ampeloprasum, Porrum Group)


Approx. 11,000 seeds/oz. Pkt plants 30' of row; ½ oz sows 100'. Direct sow 3-4 lbs/acre.Sow seeds ½" deep, 1-4" apart in rows 16 24" apart. Seeds germ in about 10 days. Days to maturity are from sowing.


3097 Lancelot F1 90 days from transplant. For sum- mer and fall harvest of long, straight, bulb-less shanks of good diameter. Shafts are white, 14" tall x 2" thick, ZLWK GDUN EOXH JUHHQ Á DJV DQG OHDYHV (DUO\ DQG YLUXV tolerant, suitable high yield production in short season areas or where disease might be a problem. Tolerant Alternaria Purple Blotch, Phytophthora, Rust. Fresh Mkt, Specialty.


¼ lb


(per M) 12.70 12.15


½ lb


6.60 11.35 5 M


1 lb 20.30


10 M (per M)


10.75 10.25


1000 sd 15.25


4.80 8.15 4.80


1000 sd 4.45


(per M) 12.90 4.00 6.95 4.00


5 M


(per M) 3.75


5 M


(per lb) 18.55


5 lb


50 M (per M)


9.55 9.15


25 M (per M)


11.45 3.60 6.15 3.55


25 M (per M)


3.30


10 lb (per lb)


17.35


100 M (per M)


8.75 8.35


50 M (per M)


10.50 3.30 5.60 3.30


50 M (per M)


3.00 Lancelot F1 To Order Call: 800-622-7333 (USA) or 864-227-5150 (Int'l) 37 Quickstar F1 Winner F1 5HÁ H[ F1


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