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100 seeds

Days to Maturity: 43 DAYS

Ultimate bolt tolerance with smooth, dark green oval leaves.

Grows a bit slower than Corvair but excels in quality of leaf when handled; never prone to brittleness or cracking. Good disease and virus resistance; ideal for winter high tunnels. From Bejo Seeds. Precision sized.


All-season variety

Bolt resistant

High Resistance: Cucumber Mosaic Virus, Downy Mildew (1-7, 11, 13, 15)

Soil Nutrients and Requirements: Like all leafy greens, spinach thrives in fertile and moist soil. Spinach is sensitive to soil pH, preferring a range of 6.5-7. Magnesium deficiency manifests in yellowing leaves similar to nitrogen deficiency. Because spinach will carry excess nitrates if over fertilized, try correcting Magnesium first.

Seeding Depth: 1/8-1/4"

Plant Spacing: For babyleaf ~40seeds/ft‚ in 2-4" bands, for bunching 2"

Row Spacing: For babyleaf space bands 1-2" apart, for bunching 12-18"

When to Sow: Direct seed as soon as soil can be worked in the spring, and again in the late summer-early fall. Greenhouse spinach is sown in early fall to give just enough time to germinate and produce a modest amount of leaf, but not grow so fast as to require a lot of upkeep. Seed germinates best when soil temperatures are 32-60°F and achieves the best quality when air temperatures are 55-60°F. Sow every 7 days for a continual harvest.

Harvest individual leaves or cut baby leaves 1" above the ground. Harvest the entire plant for bunched spinach by cutting the whole plant right below its crown.