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Item Number Codes:
  1. E: Primed

  2. M: Pellets

  3. T: Treatment

    (This includes Standard Treatment)
  4. U: Untreated

  5. R: Encrusted

  6. G: Certified Organic

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  1. New
    0020179T (Cruiser or equivalent)
    • XTRA-TENDER™

    Consistent ear size and plant performance across variable environments. Strong husk protection and a dark green husk package make it a great mid‐season fresh market variety.

    Disease Resistant Codes MDMV Et

  2. New
    0750555 (Treated)

    Large fruit up to 4" with thick walls. Makes a great yellow. Suitable for spring and fall plantings in the Southeast and main crop in the Northeast and Midwest. Suitable for high tunnels.

    Disease Resistant Codes TM Xcv

  3. New
    0540045 (Treated)

    Availability: Sold Out
    Darker and more vigorous than other hybrids. Larger leaves and takes heat well.
  4. New
    0200089U (Untreated)

    Broccolini™, a cross between asparagus and broccoli, has a delicious mild taste. Initial small head must be removed to stimulate growth of 3‐5 secondary shoots. Plants height reaches 20‐24".

     

    *Maximum of 10M of seed...

  5. New
    0890236U (Untreated)

    Unique attractive fruit are great for decoration and are very flavorful. Good storability.

    Disease Resistant Codes Px

  6. New
    0890236 (Treated)

    Unique attractive fruit are great for decoration and are very flavorful. Good storability.

    Disease Resistant Codes Px

  7. New
    0220021U (Untreated)

    Earliest of the three Kalettes® varieties, maturing from October through November. Superb vigor, produces high yields, easy to harvest. Develops a great sweet and nutty flavor as the season progresses.
  8. New
    0950411U (Untreated)

    Mid‐early maturity, beautiful red beefsteak tomato. Great producer of flavorful fruit. Replaces Better Boy.

    Disease Resistant Codes V

  9. New
    0950417UM (Untreated, Pellet)

    Uniform large size and deep blocky shape with a strong plant an excellent disease package.

    Disease Resistant Codes Fol Ma Mi Mj TSWV TYLCV V

  10. New
    0780251T (FarMore FI400)
    • FarMore FI400 Cucurbits

    Very dark green to black skin. Just the right size for restaurant use and excellent for display. Will start turning orange after about 2 months of storage. Plant after June 20.

    Disease Resistant Codes Px WMV

  11. New
    0040197T (Cruiser or equivalent)

    Superior taste, great tip fill, and straight ears. Good husk cover, maintains uniform ear size.

    Disease Resistant Codes Et Ps

  12. New
    0290055 (Treated)

    Roots that fill to the tip. Strong tops to withstand foliar diseases. Widely adaptable for fresh market and processing industry.
  13. New
    0950399M (Treated)

    Heavy set balanced throughout the plant. High yield potential. Medium plant with limited to no pruning required. Great for vine‐ripe or for mature green gassing.

    Disease Resistant Codes Aal Ss Vd Fol TYLCV

  14. New
    0950410 (Treated)

    Availability: Sold Out
    Rich purple colored beefsteak. Hybrid heirloom type with high usable yield potential and late blight resistance.

    Disease Resistant Codes Pi V

  15. New
    0160185T (Cruiser or equivalent)

    Robust variety producing high yields of high‐quality straight pods. Pod pubescence protects against wind scar and thrips damage. Excellent germination and plant vigor. Well adapted for heat and stress tolerance.

    Disease Resistant Codes BCMV

  16. New
    0890234T (Farmore FI400)

    Availability: Crop Fail
    Thick neck with a slight bell shape and beautiful beige skin. Features attractive, rich orange flesh that is delicious. Outstanding yields of uniform fruit.

    Disease Resistant Codes Px

  17. New
    0890233T (FarMore FI400)
    • FarMore FI400 Cucurbits

    Open, upright plant with reduced spines produces high yields of a glossy, cylindrical medium‐dark green zucchini. Average fruit size 6‐7" long, 1.5‐2" diameter.

    Disease Resistant Codes PRSV CMV Px WMV ZYMV

  18. New
    0920021 (Treated)

    Adds bold color to baby leaf salads, spring mixes, or stir‐fries. Crunchy leaves are round to oval with a slight texture. Fast‐growing plants have an upright habit that keeps the leaves clean for harvest. Leaves hold their color and resist the...

    Disease Resistant Codes Cb Pfb

  19. New
    0190090U (Untreated)

    Heads average to 12‐20" but can get larger. Large plump grey striped seeds. Great used as windbreak or screen. Seeds are good roasted, are high protein for chicken or bird feed.
  20. New
    0480064T (Farmore FI400)
    • FarMore FI400 Cucurbits

    Bush plant type, fruit with rich colors including dark green, orange, yellow, light green, and white. Hard‐shelled fruit are 3‐5" tall by 6‐8" wide at the tip of the wings.
  21. New
    0290071 (Treated)

    Light yellow color, uniform size and shape, smooth and well‐rounded tips at maturity, sweet taste. Very good tolerance to bolting.

    Disease Resistant Codes Bolting

  22. New
    0160180T (Cruiser or equivalent)

    Great flavor and a nice yellow color. 3/4 Sieve with early vigor and holds quality well. Produces big yields from a nice big plant.

    Disease Resistant Codes Heat Pss Cl BCMV

  23. New
    0480063U (Untreated)

    Bright disc shaped fruits are multicolored. Bush habit allows for tighter spacing and good harvest of highly ornamental fruit.
  24. New
    0750581 (Treated)

    Nice large size, bred for harvest periods in high temperatures. High percentage of two vein fruits, maturity for mulato market.
  25. New
    0780245T (FarMore FI400)
    • FarMore FI400 Cucurbits

    An extremely large pumpkin with a dark and large embedded handle to match the fruit size. Great dark orange color.
  26. New
    0950408 (Treated)

    Produces abundant, good‐tasting, small red slicer tomatoes. Improvement over Patio for containers, with or without a trellis. Plant grows to less than 2' tall, flourishes in mid‐size containers, and stays a manageable size.
  27. New
    0860146 (Treated)

    Ideal for babyleaf summer, Zebu type, improvement on resistance and type.

    Disease Resistant Codes Pfs

  28. New
    0750596 (Treated)

    AAS Winner! Crunchy and crisp with delicate floral scent and rich flavor that intensifies and sweetens as it matures. In hot, dry climates, a small number of fruit will have a touch of heat close to the seed cavity but fruit wings are always swe...
  29. New
    0750594 (Untreated)

    Early with large fruit maturing from green to orange. Medium plant with multiple branching, many fruit clusters and short internodes. Fruit are uniform and typical in shape.
  30. New
    0220022U (Untreated)

    Exceptional maturity up the stem, tallest of the three Kalettes® varieties, produces high yields of tasty Kalettes® for the allimportant Christmas period, remaining in top quality throughout November and December.
  31. New
    0890243U (Untreated)

    Brazilian squash is named for traditional dish ‘Camarão na moranga’ which means ‘shrimp in a squash’. Prolific plants.
  32. New
    0250158 (Treated)

    High yielding cabbage suitable for midterm storage. Smooth neatly layered internal structure is suitable for the processing industry.

    Disease Resistant Codes Foc

  33. New
    0780247T (Farmore FI400)
    • FarMore FI400 Cucurbits

    Excellent for canning or pies and for decoration. Uniform tan exterior and deep orange flesh. Superior dry matter and sugar content compared with Long Island Cheese.
  34. New
    0880084T (FarMore FI400)
    • FarMore FI400 Cucurbits

    An improved, very high yielding golden hubbard hybrid. Great for pies and pastries.
  35. New
    0750592 (Treated)

    High yielding, early ripening, sweet and flavorful. Small to medium sized blocky bell fruit. Performs well in open field.

    Disease Resistant Codes TMV Xcv

  36. New
    0780237T (FarMore FI400)
    • FarMore FI400 Cucurbits

    Excellent producer of slightly larger mini orange pumpkins. Attractive fruit features flesh and sugars that are similar to an acorn type.

    Disease Resistant Codes Px

  37. New
    0040190T (Cruiser or equivalent)
    • Attribute I Trait Stacks
    • LibertyLink

    Strong tip fill, high yields, and great kernel color. Cabo with improved insect resistance, which provides broad spectrum insect control and tolerance to Liberty® (glufosinate) herbicide.

    Disease Resistant Codes Ps

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  38. New
    0750595 (Treated)

    One third the heat of standard habaneros. Rich flavor and still very hot. Early ripening with huge yields.

    Disease Resistant Codes TSWV

  39. New
    0190095U (Untreated)

    Muted plum‐to‐cream bicolor blooms combine well with soft or vivid colors. Early and reliable. Single‐stem plants have tall, strong stems and 3‐4" pollenless blooms.
  40. New
    0190096U (Untreated)

    Creamy pale‐yellow, almost white petals on a dark center. Early and reliable. Single‐stem plants have tall, strong stems and 3‐4" pollenless blooms.

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