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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. 20‐23 Baby leaf, 80‐85 Beets (DS) (01)
  2. 23‐26 Baby leaf, 85‐90 Beets (DS) (02)
  3. 25‐35 Tops, 80‐85 Beets (DS) (01)
  4. 27‐30 Baby, 85‐90 Beets (DS) (01)
  5. 40 (DS) (01)
  6. 50 (DS) (02)
  7. 50-55 (DS) (01)
  8. 57 (DS) (01)
  9. 59 (DS) (01)
  10. 60 (DS) (05)
  11. 85-90 (DS) (01)

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  1. 0180049 (Treated)

    Matures 1.5‐2" perfectly round beets about 10‐20 days before all other O/P and hybrid types. Deep red skin and interior with small tap root.
  2. 0180020 (Treated & Untreated)

    Used primarily for its tops in baby green mixes, this heirloom variety has deep red leaves and good flesh quality.
  3. 0180020U (Untreated)

    Used primarily for its tops in baby green mixes, this heirloom variety has deep red leaves and good flesh quality.
  4. 0180038 (Treated)

    Good root quality, uniform size and shape. High marketable yield. Smooth skin, good internal and external color.
  5. 0180045 (Treated)

    Extra‐long 10" cylindrical beet. Stores well, strong foliage suitable for mechanical harvest.
  6. 0180031 (Treated)

    Striking purple and white interior zoning and a sweet flavor are appealing even to your customers who claim they don't like the taste of beets.
  7. 0180008 (Treated)

    Very slow to bolt. Widely adapted. The standard high quality, open pollinated variety of red beet for fresh market bunching and processing of slices, pickles and whole beets.

    Disease Resistant Codes Ps Cb

  8. 0180024 (Treated)

    Improved Detroit medium top type, smooth globe shape.
  9. 0180042 (Treated)

    Small roots are very uniform in size, shape, and maturity making an excellent baby beet hybrid.
  10. 0180035U (Untreated)

    Bolting habit allows for wide adaptability in temperate, subtropical, and tropical growing regions and wider seasonal adaptability. Large, durable tops for bunching.
  11. 0180012 (Treated)

    Shapes early into smooth, round dark red globe roots with a small crown and a refined tap root. Excellent for bunching. Late bolting.
  12. 0180026 (Treated)

    Early, extremely uniformly round, high‐yielding beet with very high sugar content (14‐15%). Superior taste! Used for highest quality processing and fresh market topped beet production.
  13. 0180001 (Treated)

    Uniform, early maturity, heavy yields. Consistent interior color, sweet, tender roots. Full globe shape with a smooth tap root.
  14. 0180010 (Treated)

    Round dark red roots with good interior color, very sweet.

    Disease Resistant Codes Rs Drought Ps Cb

  15. 0180023U (Untreated)

    Commercial‐grade white sugar beet. Used for forage and deer bait. Plant 5‐8 lbs. per acre. Untreated Seed.
  16. 0180033 (Treated)

    Outstanding golden beet that produces uniformly round roots with smooth, bright orange skin and vivid golden interior. Golden color retains when cooked.

    Disease Resistant Codes Cb

  17. 0180040 (Treated)

    Half long cylindrical shape fruit with good flavor and high yields. Dark red, smooth roots with little to no zoning. Small crowns and tap roots.
  18. 0180048 (Treated)

    Fast growing smooth round fruit with deep red interiors. Very adaptable to many soil and environmental conditions.

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