SPINACH Approximately 2,500 seeds per oz.
PLANTING: Prefers cool soil to germinate. Begin planting in early spring, as soon as soil can be worked. Sow seeds 1/2″
deep. 1″ apart. Let spinach grow to baby size, then pull plants until you have a 3″ spacing. Eat thinings. Spinach can also be
planted in the fall around the middle of September or anytime soil temperature has cooled down. HARVEST: Harvest
spinach promptly when mature by cutting just below attachment. Older plants and hot weather will cause spinach to bolt.
You will need 1 oz of seed per 100′ row or 12 lbs per acre. PKT size: about 3/8 oz.

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Avon F1

Avon F1 45 days.

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Bloomsdale
Bloomsdale

BLOOMSDALE45 days.

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Green Malabar Spinach

85 Days This heat loving vining spinach is really great from spring until fall. It produces glossy leaves that actually have a slight chard flavor. Red stalk with green leaves.

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New Zealand

Not a true spinach.

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Olympia F1
Olympia F1

Olympia F1 45 days. Fast growing and long standing. Leaves are smooth and oval in shape. It is a bolt tolerant variety with a preferred growing window that is early spring or late summer. Olympia offers high yields and multi cuts for processing growers due to its bolt tolerance and large leaves. Great disease package. Untreated seed.

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Red Malabar Spinach

85 Days This heat loving vining spinach is really great from spring until fall. It produces glossy leaves that actually have a slight chard flavor. Red stalk with green leaves.

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Teton F1
Teton F1

40 days. A uniform shaped, smooth leaf type.

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