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  1. 0500058 (Treated)

    An outstanding strain of coriander with high tolerance to Bacterial Blight. Heat tolerant and extremely slow to bolt. Glossy green leaves mature in about 35-40 days.
  2. 0500095U (Untreated)

    Medium sized, Italian Large Leaf type basil. Fusarium Tolerance.
  3. 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.
  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. 0500008 (Treated)

    Strong, tall, aromatic plants. Dark green.
  6. 0500008U (Untreated)

    Strong, tall, aromatic plants. Dark green.
  7. 0500104 (Treated)

    Very robust, bright green leaf that is more resistant to colder conditions but retains a traditional intense flavor.
  8. 0500086U (Untreated)

    Availability: Sold Out
    Consistently 10 days slower to bolt than Santo but with the same quick, early growth. The new standard Cilantro!
  9. 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...
  10. 0500017U (Untreated)

    Feathery leaves have a parsley-anise kind of flavor. Frequently used in French cooking.
  11. 0500024U (Untreated)

    Thin flat wide leaves with a nice garlic flavor are used to add that hint of garlic to sauces, dips, salads, cream soups and cooked vegetables. Seed stems are also harvested and used in oriental dishes. Plants grow up to 12" tall and produce at...
  12. 0500075U (Untreated)

    Dark green leaves with a unique sweet-spicy flavor good for dessert and fruit dishes. Dried leaves can be used for potpourri.
  13. 0500117U (Untreated)

    Large leaved Genovese type basil. Very uniform, fast growing. Improved tolerance of low temperatures. Recommended for open field production for fresh bunching or bags or processing.
  14. 0500007U (Untreated)

    Heavy, dark green dill foliage and umbels. Variety used for warmer conditions.
  15. 0500007 (Treated)

    Heavy, dark green dill foliage and umbels. Variety used for warmer conditions.
  16. 0500113U (Untreated)

    Slightly cupped to flat, 3" leaves with a somewhat spicier flavor than traditional pesto types. The leaf shape and more open habit make this variety less susceptible to basil downy mildew pressure.
  17. 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.
  18. 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.
  19. 0500039U (Untreated)

    Wide, medium-dark green leaf with less sensitivity to spot in heat and cold conditions.
  20. 0500004U (Untreated)

    Commercial variety with uniformly broad, medium dark-green leaves. Slow bolting.
  21. 0500005U (Untreated)

    Long standing variety with glossy, deep green, broad leaves. High yields. Slow to bolt.
  22. 0500005 (Treated)

    Long standing variety with glossy, deep green, broad leaves. High yields. Slow to bolt.
  23. 0500034U (Untreated)

    Fragrant lemon scent. Low growing with fine, medium-green, pointed leaves.
  24. 0500085 (Treated)

    Thickly feathered leaf with excellent plant emergence, late bolting, and high yielding for open field or greenhouse production.
  25. 0500077 (Treated)

    A fine to medium thick shafted variety with a very dark green color. Vigorous and upright growth. Improved tolerance to thrip spots on leaves. Strong disease resistance.
  26. 0500011U (Untreated)

    Aromatic and flavorful. Bright, blue-green leaves can be used fresh or dried.
  27. 0500060U (Untreated)

    Bright green leaves with white flowers, grows 1.5‐2' tall. Strong and spicy flavor. Excellent culinary oregano, standard in pasta and tomato sauces.
  28. 0500107U (Untreated)

    Plant produces spicy leaves for gourmet salads and sandwiches. Fast growing plant suitable for containers.
  29. 0500063U (Untreated)

    A striking specialty basil that does great as ornamental. Shiny, deep purple leaves have a strong flavor. Not ideal for fresh eating.
  30. 0500029U (Untreated)

    Very uniform strain of dark, purple-red basil. Oval leaves have clove-like spiciness.
  31. 0500032U (Untreated)

    Bushy, tall plants with gray-green, needle-like foliage. Use the piney-mint flavored tips for culinary seasoning.
  32. 0500012U (Untreated)

    A hardy, dark blue-green, broad-leaved herb with a very pungent flavor. Dries well.
  33. 0500042 (Treated)

    Availability: Crop Fail
    A favorite strain of slow-bolting cilantro. High yields, attractive deep green leaves.
  34. 0500042/SPLITS

    A favorite strain of slow‐bolting cilantro. High yields, attractive deep green leaves.
  35. 0500013U (Untreated)

    Lemon-like flavor. Vigorous with long, green, sword-shaped leaves.
  36. 0500014U (Untreated)

    Broad leaves have a pleasant, peppery flavor.
  37. 0500074U (Untreated)

    Medium sized, compact plant with broad, slightly corrugated spoon shaped leaves that are dark green, highly scented, and carefully selected for blocking of any mint smell. Seed tested Fusarium oxysporum free! Replaces Genovese.
  38. 0500010U (Untreated)

    Widely adapted. Feathery foliage with an anise‐type flavor. Best for cool season harvest.
  39. 0500015U (Untreated)

    Balsam-like aroma. Bushy plants. Widely used as fresh and dried.
  40. 0500079U (Untreated)

    Highly ornamental basil with 3" leaves, purple stems and purple blossoms. The distinctive flavor combine the clove-mint of basil with sweet spices of the East.

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