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  1. E: Primed

  2. M: Pellets

  3. T: Treatment

    (This includes Standard Treatment)
  4. U: Untreated

  5. R: Encrusted

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  1. 0500111U (Untreated)

    Excellent for baby leaf production. Thick, dark green leaves with a narrow, deeply lobed shape. Slower growth rate compared to standard baby greens.
  2. 0500110 (Treated)

    Compact Genovese type basil with medium to large leaves. Improved shelflife. Adapted to both field and greenhouse production. Excellent leaf and plant size for pot production or for fresh cut for bags, clam shells or bunches.
  3. 0500095U (Untreated)

    Medium sized, Italian Large Leaf type basil. Fusarium Tolerance.
  4. 0500092U (Untreated)

    An early, heat tolerant arugula with less deeply lobed leaves than regular arugula and a slightly milder flavor.

    Disease Resistant Codes Heat

  5. 0500032U (Untreated)

    Bushy, tall plants with gray-green, needle-like foliage. Use the piney-mint flavored tips for culinary seasoning.
  6. 0500031U (Untreated)

    Fenugreek, also called Methi, Mentya, Menthulu and Maithray (seed) is used both as an herb (leaves) and as a spice (seed). Used frequently in preparation of pickles, curry powders and paste.
  7. 0500029U (Untreated)

    Very uniform strain of dark, purple-red basil. Oval leaves have clove-like spiciness.
  8. 0500016U (Untreated)

    Bushy plants produce cascading stems with dark silver-green, aromatic leaves.
  9. 0500012U (Untreated)

    A hardy, dark blue-green, broad-leaved herb with a very pungent flavor. Dries well.
  10. 0500112U (Untreated)

    The most robust variety of stevia. The whole plant has a sturdy upright look with strong thick stems and monstrous leaves that can exceed 4" long and 2" across. Even when grown in pots the plants reach heights of 36" or more. Taste is similar to regu...

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