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PLANTING GRADE:ALLFIELD:ALLSEED SOURCEALL
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DATE:2016-12-15Start Month:JanuaryEnd Month:December
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STATUS
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Nursery Planting IDCrop Name, Variety NameSeed SourceDays to MaturityFieldBed ## of RowsPlant SpacingField Planting DateCompost Batch UsedField Planted ByField Removal DateRemoved ByPlanting GradePlanting Notes
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PAST1031
Wrinkled, Crinkled, Crumpled Cress
High Mowing
A012/5/2016
C2-11142016, C9-11142016
Katie, Cindy, Susan, Lynn
3/16/2017ManjuB
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PAST1026Belstar BroccoliJohnnys 66A012/5/2016
C2-11142016, C9-11142016
Katie, Cindy, Susan, Lynn
5/17/2017UnknownB
Pretty small heads in this bed
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PAST
California Late White Garlic
Peaceful Valley
180A012/19/2016Manju5/30/2017B
see other entry
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PAST
Parsley, Triple Curled
BurpeeA02/20/2017none
Cindy, Alexis
5/17/2017unknownC
transplanted from B4
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PAST1057
Zucchini, Costata Romanesco
Johnnys50A03/17/2017
C6 2/16/2017
Krysta, Laurette
3/24/2017D
Planted too early. Wasn't warm enough and got eaten by roly polies
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CURRENT
Dandelion (Common)
A04/15/2017
unknown
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PAST1054
Zucchini, Costata Romanesco
Johnnys52A05/1/2017Ro6/1/2017F
planting failed for unknown reasno
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PAST1121Zucchini, Dunja F1Johnny's47A01/1/1900
Every 3rd Emitter
6/30/2017NoneKatie7/30/2017F
Another failed zucchini planting in A0
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CURRENT
Onion Chives, Dolores
johnny's-A01/2/1900
Every Emitter
7/14/2017
Angelita
No PID#, seeded 2/24/2017
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CURRENT
Carrot, Red Cored Chantenay
High Mowing
65A0CarpetCarpet8/11/2017Rishi
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PAST1107
Pigeon Pea, Hawaiian
Erik Hymerstead
unknownA012/31/1899
Every 3rd Emitter
8/11/2017Rishi9/1/2017F
Poor Germination, replaced with Yaya F!
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CURRENT1154
Lettuce, Coastal Star
Johnny's57A01/2/1900
Every Emitter
8/18/2017C11Chika
planted towards end by mulberry tree
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CURRENTCarrot, Yaya F1Johnny's70A01/3/1900Carpet9/8/2017Will
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PASTGeonovese BasilA16/8/2016Karin9/6/2016AA
Another great planting of basil
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PASTEleonora BasilJohnnys50A16/17/2016
Cammi, Chris, Laura
9/19/2016AA
Did very well in most plantings
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PASTOnion ChivesA18/8/2016Katie11/6/2016
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PAST
Yellow Crookneck Squash
Johnnys55A19/5/2016
Rishi, Cindy, Megan
9/19/2016B
Planted too late in the season
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PAST
Lacinato Kale, front 2/3
High Mowing
55A19/21/2016
Laura, Haleemah
2/1/2017D
Not a very good planting. Seedlings should have been bigger. Lost many plants to gophers also.
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PAST
Unknown Collard Green, back 1/3
High Mowing
55A19/21/2016
Laura, Haleemah
3/27
Katie,Sylvia
A
we had too many greens
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PAST1019Flat Leaf Parsley
High Mowing
90A111/14/2016noneManju4/3/2017
Do not known when was removed
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PAST1034
Kohlrabi, Purple Vienna
Seed Savers Exchange
A13/27/17
C4- 3/6/2017
Traci, Katie
unknownunknownB
some made nice sized heads, some were weird shapes or never got to size
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PAST1076
Squash, Zucchino Rampicante
Baker Creek65A15/1/2017
C7-03312017
Janelle
9/22/2017Manju, IrisAA
added compost 7/14 (C3-06242017). Another great planting of Rampicante. Fruiting stopped during 100 degree heat spell. Plants were thoroughly infested with nematodes, but fruiting was still solid until the heat wave..
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CURRENT
Snap Peas, Super Sugarsnap
Johnny's60A112/31/1899Carpet9/22/2017
Rishi, Iris
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CURRENT
Daikon Radish, Miyahshige
Johnny's50A11/3/1900Carpet9/22/2017
Rishi, Iris
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PAST
Suyo Long Cucumber
High Mowing
50A28/12/2016
Rishi, Arthi, Laura, Chris
11/10/2016B
Great variety that usually does well. Got too cold before it could really start producing
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PAST
Beets, Mixed Varieties
Mixed60A29/9/201611/1/2016
Rishi, Susan, Krysta
2/17/2017unknown
not sure when these were removed or by whom (Katie)
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PAST
Radish, Red Sparkler
American Heritage
30A29/9/201611/2/2016
Rishi, Susan, Krysta
2/17/2017unknown
not sure when these were removed or by whom (Katie)
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PAST
White Stemmed Pac Choy
High Mowing
50A210/3/2016Katie 1/1F
never came up--too hot?
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PASTRadish Pusa GulabiBaker Creek50A210/14/2016
Cecile, Krysta
2/17/2017unknownD
Terrible germiation
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PASTDaikon radish
Peaceful Valley
50A210/14/2016
Cecile, Krysta
2/17/2017unknownA
Great harvest as always from Daikon.
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PAST1034
Kohlrabi, Purple Vienna
Seed Savers Exchange
A22/3/2017
C14-12192016
Sylvia, Mayua, Lucas, Kate, James, Carolina
5/30/2017unknownB
not planted deep enough, so flopped over when big
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PASTLettuce, uknownA22/3/17unknownunknown
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PAST1034
Kohlrabi, Purple Vienna
Seed Savers Exchange
A23/17/2017
Sylvia
5/30/2017unknown
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CURRENT1077
Jalapeno Pepper, Triunfo F1
High Mowing
85A23
Every 2nd Emitter
6/6/2017Manju
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CURRENT1080
Sweet Pepper, Stocky Red Roaster
High Mowing
85A23
Every 2nd Emitter
6/6/2017Manju
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PASTMuir LettuceJohnnys55A33/25/2016
Rishi, Alex, Katie
6/23/2016AA
Great planting. Perfecting timing. Lots of giant heads, up to 2 lbs
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PASTRampicante SquashBaker Creek70A33/25/2016
Rishi, Alex, Katie
9/12/2016AA
Did amazing. Produced 6 months. Heavy production throughout.
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PASTRampicante SquashBaker Creek70A34/4/2016Katie 9/12/2016AA
Second planting did as well as the first. Fruiting for several months
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PAST
Peas, Oregon Sugar Pod (last year's seed)
Peaceful Valley
70A39/14/2016Manju1/20/2017C
Most plants eaten up by the gophers. Variety seemed not so great anyways
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PASTSparkler Radish
American Heritage
30A39/19/2016
Rishi, Ingrid, Cammi
12/18/2016
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PASTElephant Garlic
Peaceful Valley
A310/7/2016
Susan, CIndy, Katie, Ingrid
5/30/2017A
Did pretty good. Nice size bulbs
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PAST1029Red Ace F1 BeetsJohnnys55A312/26/2016none
Rishi, Arthi
4/5/2017AA
Great beet. Matures quickly, and gets to good size.
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PAST1041Beet, Red Ace F1Johnnys50A31/30/2017none5/10/2017ManjuA
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CURRENT1076
Squash, Zucchino Rampicante
Baker Creek65A35/8/2017
C4-05102017
Janelle
added compost 7/14 (C3-06242017)
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PAST1076
Squash, Zucchino Rampicante
Baker Creek65A35/19/2017Katie9/15/2017
Rishi, Angelita, Darren, Reshma, Arthi
AA
2nd Planting. Did very well all summer. Was knocked over by heavy winds. Found severe neeeematode infestation when removing plants. Sprayed with neem after removing.
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CURRENT1162
Lettuce, Coastal Star
Johnny's57A312/31/1899
Every Emitter
9/15/2017
C-16-82817, C-1-91117
Rishi,Angelita, Reshma, Darren, Arthi
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CURRENT1164Pac Choi, Rosie F1Johnny's45A312/31/1899
Every Emitter
9/15/2017
C-16-82817, C-1-91117
Rishi,Angelita, Reshma, Darren, Arthi
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CURRENT1176Pac Choi, Rosie F1Johnny's45A312/31/1899
Every Emitter
9/15/2017
C-16-82817, C-1-91117
Rishi,Angelita, Reshma, Darren, Arthi
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CURRENT
Snap Peas, Super Sugarsnap
Johnny's60A312/31/1899
Between Emitters
9/15/2017
C-16-82817, C-1-91117
Rishi,Angelita, Reshma, Darren, Arthi
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PAST
Clemson Spineless Okra 90
High Mowing
55A45/27/2016
Faye, Katie, Karin
8/25/2016B
Not the best harvest, plants overwhelmed by ants.
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PAST
Prismatic Rainbow Chard
Siskiyou Seeds
A47/29/2016
Katie, Cammi
10/27/2016A
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PASTNapoli Carrot
High Mowing
100A48/22/2016
Katie, Kelsey
11/20/2016
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PAST
Aichi Chinese Cabbage
Kitazawa60A49/12/2016
Susan, Krysta, Faye
12/9/2016B
Some plants did well, but many were eaten up heavily by pincher bugs and cabbage worms. Will not repeat
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PASTYukina SavoyJohnnys45A49/23/2016Katie12/22/2016A
Transplanted on too hot of a day. Lost many plants, but survivors did well.
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PAST
Aichi Cabbage--re-seed
Kitazawa60A49/30/2016
Haleemah
12/9/2016C
Don't bother.
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PASTEgyptian OnionA410/7/2016
unknown
4/28/2017
Will, Reshama, Maya, Manu, Ro
A
Not my favorite onion, plant different varieties
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PAST1002Brunswick CabbagePlant A Seed90A411/14/2016none
Katie, Brooke, Elinor
4/28/2017
Will, Reshama, Maya, Manju, Ro
A
too large head and needed better spacing
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PAST1009
Mibuna Asian Green
High Mowing
40A412/12/2016
C1-11112016
Krysta, Rishi, Cecile
3/10/2017
Traci, Katie,Sylvia
A
started to flower with heat, don't plant so much next time
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PAST1028Calypso Cilantro
High Mowing
A412/19/2016noneKatie4/2/2017ManjuA
companion Planting
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PAST
Caulifower Skywalker F1
JohnnysA43/13/2017
C12/C13 (2/13/17)
Traci, Katie, Manju, Sylvia
6/5/2017unknownD
eaten up by earwigs, didn't reach full size
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PASTParis Island Lettuce
High Mowing
A43/13/2017
C12/C13 (2/13/17)
Traci, Katie, Manju, Sylvia
4/2/2017Manju
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PAST1094
Lettuce, Bambi Bibb
Johnnys50A44/28/2017
Ro, Reshama, Maya, Manju
unknownunknown
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CURRENTWater Spinachunknown-A41/1/1900
Every 3rd Emitter
6/14/2017
C9-05102017
Katie, Manju, Sara, Chris, Faye
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PAST
Sparx Romaine Lettuce
Johnnys58A511/13/2015Katie2/11/2016A
Great variety. Produces good size heads, but slow to grow in the winter. Requires warmer temperatures. Plant earlier in fall and later in spring.
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PAST
White Onion Van Zyverden
UnknownA512/20/2015
M.K., T.J.
3/19/2016
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PASTYard Long Beans
Peaceful Valley
80A55/27/2016
Kelsey, T
8/25/2016AA
Great production, hammered by gophers
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PAST
Pac Choi, Black Summer
High Mowing
45A59/23/2016
Susan, Cindy, Faye
11/23/2016A
Excellent variety, careful of heat of transplant day or make sure seedlings are larger.
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CURRENTGarlic ChivesKitazawaA510/10/2016Cecile
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PAST
Black Summer Pac Choi
High Mowing
45A510/28/2016
Cindy, Susan, Krysta
2/1/2017A
Another great harvest from Black Summer.
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PASTCarrot, Napoli
High Mowing
55A52/22/2017
Manju, Katie, Krysta, Cindy
unknownunknown
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PASTCarrot, Napoli F1Johnnys58A53/17/2017
c8 2/20/17
Melissa
unknownunknown
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PAST1105Okra Hawaiian
Erik Hymerstead
unknownA51/1/1900Other7/3/2017
C-10-06-23-2017
Iris, Kim, Will
9/15/2017
Reshma, Angelita, Cecilia, Volunteers
F
Nematodes found in bed, leafy greens looked good but did not produce Okra. Sprayed with Neem after taking out okra.
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PAST1102Beets, Red Ace F1Johnnys50A51/2/1900
Every Emitter
7/3/2017
C-10-06-23-2017
Iris, Kim, Will
8/3/2017C
Heavy nematode damage. Also didn't seem to like the heat.
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CURRENT1164Pac Choi, Rosie F1Johnny's45A512/31/1899
Every Emitter
9/15/2017
C-12-91117
Rishi, Reshma, Darren, Arthi
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CURRENT1176Pac Choi, Rosie F1Johnny's45A512/31/1899
Every Emitter
9/15/2017
C-12-91117
Rishi, Reshma, Darren, Arthi
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CURRENT
Snap Peas, Super Sugarsnap
Johnny's60A512/31/1899
Between Emitters
9/15/2017
C-12-91117
Rishi, Reshma, Darren, Arthi
82
PASTSorrelA64/3/2015
unknown
5/22/2017JanelleA
transplanted to berm
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PASTEarly JalapenoJohnnys60A66/3/2016
Rishi, Laura, Tyler, Manju
9/1/2016B
probably should have planted earlier in the season
84
PAST
Egyptian Walking Onion
A68/8/2016Pablo11/6/2016A
Always turns out well
85
PAST
California Late White Garlic
Peaceful Valley
A610/7/2016
Susan, CIndy, Katie, Ingrid
5/22/2017JanelleB
**planted first half of bed with garlic tip sticking out of soil, back half of bed with garlic 1-2 inches deep--no difference noticed...kind of small heads
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PASTElephant Garlic
Peaceful Valley
A610/7/2016
Susan, CIndy, Katie, Ingrid
5/22/2017JanelleB
87
PASTRadish, Roxanne F1Johnnys21A610/7/2016
Katie, Cindy
12/1/2016A
Another good planting from Roxanne.
88
PAST
Gopher Stopper Clover
UnknownA610/7/2016
Katie, Ingrid
5/30/2017B
Grew well, but did it stop the gophers? We don't know.
89
PAST
California Late White Garlic
Peaceful Valley
180A612/19/2016Manju5/22/2017JanelleB
see other entry
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PAST1098
Eggplant, Orient Express F1
johnnys58A61/1/1900
Every 2nd Emitter
5/26/2017C12
Manju, Kim, Will, Dawn, Katie
8/14/2017Will, RishiC
Began to produce after long growth period. Production was slow, but flavor is good. Was damaged by nematodes
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PAST1093Beets, Red Ace F1Johnnys50A63
Every Emitter
6/2/2017C12
Will, Katie
8/14/2017Will, RishiC
Heavy damage from nematodes. Beets grew to golf ball size, but stopped after that. Could have been from heat or nematodes
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CURRENT1102Beets, Red Ace F1Johnnys50A612/31/1899
Every Emitter
5/26/2017none
unknown
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CURRENT1142Kale, LacinatoJohnny's40A61/2/1900
Every Emitter
8/14/2017
Will, Rishi, Kim
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CURRENT1146Kale, Olympic Red
High Mowing
60A61/2/1900
Every Emitter
8/14/2017
Will, Rishi, Kim
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CURRENT1142Kale, LacinatoJohnny's40A61/2/1900
Every Emitter
8/14/2017Rishi
Planted from seed
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PASTRed Acre Cabbage
Botanical Interest
115A710/19/2015
unknown
1/17/2016
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PAST
Clemson Spineless Okra 90
High Mowing
55A75/25/2016KG, JD9/12/2016B
Not the best harvest, plants overwhelmed by ants.
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PAST
Mellow Star Shishito Pepper
Johnnys60A79/2/2016Kelsey10/31/2016A
Looked like it would have done well, but was planted too late in the season.
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PASTDe Cicco BroccoliBurpee85A79/23/2016
Katie, Tyler
2/1/2017B
not fabulous, poor harvest, poor florets
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PASTDe Cicco BroccoliBurpee60A710/31/2016Rishi2/3/2017B
Did decently well. Gave reasonable size heads, but small side shoot production. No bug pest issues, but several plants eaten by gophers.
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PAST1016
Lettuce, Black Seeded Simpson
Burpee30A711/4/2016
Susan, Cindy
2/3/2017A
Did well planted beneath lettuce. No issues.
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