Our Harvest

Pea (Sugar Sprint)

Sugar Sprint produces excellent early yields of edible, stringless pods that are sweet and tender. The compact 26″ vine has intermediate resistance to PEV and PM, averages two pods per node, and lends itself well to either ground or short stake production. The 3″ pods can be enjoyed fresh off the vine, steamed or used in stir-fry.

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Tomoto (Roma)

Here’s the old standard pear-shaped variety for paste and juice. Large determinate plants spread out the harvest period, but total yield is heavy. The Roma tomato has a relatively high viscosity and soluble solids for thick, red sauce, and its firm texture works well in salads.

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Pepper (Ace)

Huge yields of medium sized 3-4 lobed fruits. Has apparent tolerance to blossom drop as nearly every flower produces a pepper. Widely adapted but performs particularly well in cool climates where bell peppers are difficult to grow successfully. Best for early crops and particularly good for pack sales.

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Pepper (Jupiter)

Known for its jumbo size, this 4-lobed sweet pepper ripens green to red and has nice thick walls that stand up to stuffing or freezing

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Pepper (Mad Hatter)

Commonly used in Bolivian and Peruvian cuisine, these unique peppers have a refreshing, citrusy floral flavor that remains sweet, only occasionally expressing mild heat near the seeds.

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Pepper (Sweet Sunset)

A hybrid sweet banana pepper that is vigorous, disease resistant and sets big yields on upright, compact plants. The sweet, tapered fruit ripen from light green to red.

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Radish (Rover)

Rover matures very early, holds well in the field, and produces fewer oval radishes under heat stress than other varieties. Extremely uniform and attractive. Roots are smooth and dark red with crisp, white flesh. Very widely adapted. Our most refined red radish.

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Spinach (Escalade)

Thick dark green leaves with a very slight savoy are very slow to bolt and offer excellent field holding ability. Expect outstanding yields for baby leaf and bunching. Escalade can be grown in the spring and fall, but summer is the stand out season.

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Spinach (Regiment)

Dark green mildly savoy traditional triangular leaves make nice full heads for bunching. Very good seedling vigor and excellent cold soil tolerance are vital for both spring and fall sowing

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Squash (Butterscotch)

Fruit is much sweeter than the average butternut due to higher sugar content. It produces fruit of a smaller size of 1-2 lbs that are good for short term storage.

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