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Spring has been the benchmark early variety in the industry for many years. It matures in 55 days with a large berry size.
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.
Second Early Variety
M14 is a strong stemmed normal vine that will stay standing through green pea harvest. This variety also makes for a picturesque field with so many bright green pods hanging on that classic Dick Lowe style dark blue vine.
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.
1980 XR (YW/ 80d) has impressive ear length and good tip fill which contribute to stellar yields. 1980 XR has good eating quality for the fuller season processing segment which leads to a higher quality finished product.
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.
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!
GB72 is a clean 4-5 sieve whole bean. A tremendous yielding stand-by that works great for fancy cuts.
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.
Bolero is an industry standard with a large berry size and is still being used across the world for both industry and fresh market growers.
Gaudi has long oval-shaped fruit with a bright green calyx. Usually, the calyx is spineless, but under certain conditions, a few small spines can develop. The fruit is firm and is grown on a medium-tall, upright strong growing bush. The variety can be grown indoor and outdoor with good results. It will keep it’s dark black color until it gets to an over mature stage.
Don’t be fooled by this smaller berried pea- yields will astound you! This variety has consistently been a top yielding variety across the country since its release. The ever-increasing importance of 167’s strong field tolerance to downy mildew keeps this variety in high demand. Harvest early for an even smaller berry.