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  1. E: Primed

  2. M: Pellets

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    (This includes Standard Treatment)
  4. U: Untreated

  5. R: Encrusted

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  1. 0500068U (Untreated)

    A wild rocket type which is more uniform, darker green, and overall more classy than standard varieties. Multipurpose variety that is later maturing for use in baby leaf, fresh cut, or potted plants. Seeds counts average 1.5 million/LB.
  2. 0500103 (Treated)

    Compact plant with very fine leaves dark green in color. Highly aromatic. Slow to bolt.
  3. 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...
  4. 0500007 (Treated)

    Heavy, dark green dill foliage and umbels. Variety used for warmer conditions.
  5. 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.
  6. 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...
  7. 0500095U (Untreated)

    Medium sized, Italian Large Leaf type basil. Fusarium Tolerance.
  8. 0500092U (Untreated)

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

    Disease Resistant Codes Heat

  9. 0500032U (Untreated)

    Bushy, tall plants with gray-green, needle-like foliage. Use the piney-mint flavored tips for culinary seasoning.
  10. 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.

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