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Our Non-GMO vegetable seeds remain well-known within the processing and the fresh market sectors worldwide. This is not only due to our high standard of producing quality seed, but also because of our deep desire to deliver excellence.
PLS 134 is a Pure Line mid-season variety at 69 days and has a strong disease package and nice dark green plant and pods.
Compact, sturdy and high yields make this variety a great choice for processing. Astro is a high-performance variety, especially in cooler climates. Great early-to-main season processing variety.
Late Season Variety
PLS 183 is another late season afila introduced by Pure Line Seeds. It is an excellent choice for growers in search of remarkable yields. This pea has a very intense color and is superbly uniform, making it a phenomenal product.
PLS 9631 has proved to be a reliable hybrid in extreme conditions and pressures making it slow to bolt. It produces neatly structured shoots and attractive blue-green heads. PLS 9631 has shown good tolerance to hallow steam in wet conditions.
This exciting new broccoli hybrid parades itself with its showy medium to large, blue-green leaves and deep-purple sprouts. The mildly sweet flavor is a result of its cross between a broccoli and cauliflower. Jacaranda is an early maturing variety that produces large round heads with uniform maturity and a long shelf life.
1879 XR (YW/ 79d) has great lodging tolerance and considerable ear size. This variety has Common Rust resistance (Rp-GI) and moderate resistance to NCLB. The eating quality of 1879 XR is great for the main season processing market.
This F1 hybrid is an early Nantes type carrot. The vigorous plant produces a long (20-24 cm) smooth, slender and cylindrical carrot with a diameter of 4-4,5 cm. The shoulders are round, the carrot is slightly tapering and the leaf attachments are not sunken. Barracuda F1 is known for its excellent internal color. The color is dark orange with a small to medium size core. It will not develop green shoulders or a green core at normal to difficult growing conditions. It is not sensitive to conditions that increase longitudinal cracking of the roots. The leaf attachment is medium to small and strong. The leaves grow upright and are not too dense, this helps airflow and limited susceptibility to fungal attack. Barracuda F1 will produce a high yield and is very suitable for processing and fresh market.
Berrgold is a fine bean with a nice, rich glossy yellow color, as well as a stronger disease package than Goldrush.
An early maturing, yellow, blocky bell pepper for indoor and outdoor production. The plants are vigorous with short internodes and have a good tolerance to wet rainy conditions. The fruit is thick walled, 6-8mm, and turn from green to a bright yellow, with an ability to stay on the plant without wilting or creasing until turning from dark yellow to orange. High yield on healthy plants.
XTH1079 (YW/ 76d) is a very good eating quality hybrid that works well in the 2nd early processing segment. Lodging tolerance and seedling vigor are improvements over other commercial products.
Second Early Variety
Our new 304 is a highly competitive second early season pea. Pods set high and tight on the plant with two, three, and occasionally a fourth pod per peduncle making for fantastic architecture.
King Tut is an old variety at PLS. As legend goes this pea came from King Tut’s tomb. But whether this is true or not is quite debatable. Today this pretty little pea finds its place in our program as stock for our breeders to pull from and improve other varieties. We are also building stock of this variety as a greater interest for purple vegetables increase. Who knows, maybe you will see King Tut in your garden!
Attracting Pollinators to our Pure Line Showcase Trials is essential. Pollinators, such as bees, butterflies, and other healthy insects or birds help to ensure our cucurbits, melons, and pumpkins pollinate correctly. These Zinnia’s are a pollinators dream!
Trellising pole beans is far easier than it appears. At our showcase trials, we simply drove two 1×1 poles into the ground. Drilled another 1×1 pole on top connecting the two and drilled screws all around the frame to run string back and forth for the beans to grow on. Enjoy trellising!