A upright spinach has smooth, thick, dark
green, spade shaped leaves that makes it
easier to clean. It is resistant to multiple race downy mildew and can be used for
baby leaf or microgreen growing. Untreated
Approximately 2,500 seeds per oz.
PLANTING: Prefers cool soil to germinate. Begin planting in early
spring, as soon as soil can be worked. Sow seeds 1/2″ deep. 1″ apart.
Let spinach grow to baby size, then pull plants until you have a 3″
spacing. Eat thin lings. Spinach can also be planted in the fall around
the middle of September or anytime soil temperature has cooled down.
HARVEST: Harvest spinach promptly when mature by cutting just below attachment. Older plants and hot weather will cause spinach to
bolt or go to seed. You will need 1 oz of seed per 100′ row
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