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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.
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.
Sassy was developed for small sieve size, whole bean market by Pure Line Seeds. This outstanding whole bean competes for the leading spot every year with its high quality, early vigor, outstanding yields and great recovery.
A mainstay wax bean here at Pure Line Seeds, this bean is known for its high yields and uniform yellow pods. Goldrush also has a good disease package and are easy to pick because of their cluster growth around the main stem.
Annihilator produces tender, 6-inch pods that are set high on the plant for ease of picking and visibility. This bean has a good disease package and performs well in below average soils such as soils low in nitrogen levels.
Mini eggplant, with a deep metallic purple color. Nancy boasts high yields with a nice compact habitat, suitable for growing on the patio or in pots. Great for pickling or pan frying.
1470 XR (YW/ 69d) is an early yellow hybrid that has proven strong yields and recovery for the cut kernel processing market. Good tip fill and ear shape also make 1470 XR an excellent choice for the early fresh market.
1972 XR (YW/ 72d) is an early yellow hybrid with improved plant habit and yield compared to other early processing varieties in the market. Good sweetness and kernel recovery make 1972 XR a perfect choice for the early segment.
Sugar Snap Variety
This full season snap pea sets pods of 2.25 – 2 .75 inches. These pods are a very beautiful dark green color with no string or parchment. Resistance to Fusarium wilt race 1 and Powdery Mildew.
This variety is an extra early season variety. Sequoia has strong emergence that produces a plant with vigorous growth. The heads are high and dome-shaped with dark green color reaching a size in excess of 30cm. The weight of the head can range from 750g to 1kg. Sequoia F1 has excellent holding capacity and has shown to hold after harvest up to 7 days. This variety is an excellent producer of high-quality heads.
Indeterminate. Large round uniform tomatoes. Great for processing and canning. Early maturing. Gram size 200-300
F26 was originally disregarded by its former breeder, but we praise it for the impressive pods- which grow up to 11 inches and competes with our best tasting beans!
A large plant with an excellent fruit cover. Super Habanero has a very uniform fruit and is extremely hot. It has a medium, pale green color, changing to red, with a medium to late season maturity that is resistant to CMV. Excellent in a variety of climates, including northern.
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!