KALE
PLANTING: Plant about 3 weeks or so before first fall frost date. Can also be planted in early spring. Sow seed 1/2-1″ deep,
1-2″ apart. Thin plants to 8-10″ apart after emergence. Thinning can be transplanted or eaten. HARVEST: By clipping
individual leaves. Kale is very hardy and will increase its eating quality after a frost or if kept into early winter.
PKT size about 3/8 oz. You will need 1/4 oz per 100′ 3 lbs per acre.

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Improved Siberian

60 days. Extremely hardy broad thick leaves.

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Lacinto

Lacinato kale grows 60 to 90 centimetres (2 to 3 feet) tall and has dark blue-green leaves with an “embossed texture”; its taste is described as “slightly sweeter and more delicate … than curly kale.

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Red Russian Kale
Red Russian Kale

50 days. Stems are purple, leaves a deep gray-green, purple veined, flat, non-curled

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Vates Blue Curled

56 days. Very early, compact type that is very hardy.

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