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LEEK LETTUCE, Leaf

1 oz. ½ oz.

Large Flag

Sept. 1 - Sept. 30

½ ¼-½

4 in. 4 in.

Salad Bowl, Buttercrunch, Black Seeded Simpson

Feb. 15 - Apr. 1; Aug. 15 - Sept. 15

LETTUCE, Head MUSTARD

½ oz. ½ oz.

Great Lakes, Iceberg

Feb. 15 - Mar. 15

¼-½ ½

12 in. 2 in.

Southern Giant Curled, Tendergreen, Florida Broadleaf, Old Fashion

Feb. 1 - Apr. 1; Aug. 1 - Sept. 15

OKRA ONION (sets)

2 oz. 1 quart

Clemson Spineless, Perkins Long Pod Silver Skin, Yellow Danvers

May 1 - June 1

1 1-2

12 in. 4 in.

Feb. 1 - Mar. 15; Sept. 1 - Oct. 15

PEAS, Garden

1 pound

Super Sugar Snap (edible pod), Early Alaska, Wando, Laxton’s Progress, Green Arrow

Feb. 1 - Mar. 1

2

2 - 3 in.

PEAS, Field (cowpeas)

½ pound

Dixielee, Mississippi Silver, Queen Anne, Browneye Six Week, Pinkeye Purple Hull

Apr. 15 - July 1

1-2

4 in.

PEPPER, Sweet

65 plants

California Wonder, Banana, Keystone Gt.

May 1 - May 30

½

18 in.

PEPPER, Hot POTATO, Irish POTATO, Sweet PUMPKIN RADISH

65 plants 120 plants 100 plants ½ oz. 1 oz.

Long Red Cayenne, Jalapeno M Kennebec, Pontiac Puerto Rico, Centennial Jewel Mammoth Gold, Sugar or Pie, Big Max Early Scarlet Globe, Cherry Belle, White Egg

May 1 - May 30 Mar. 1 - May 15 May 15 - June 15 June 15 - July 15

½ 4-6 3-6 1-2 ½

18 in. 10 in. 12 in. 4 ft. 1 in.

Feb. 1 - Apr. 15; Aug. 1 - Sept. 15

RUTABAGA

½ oz.

American Purple Top

Feb. 1 - Apr. 1; Aug. 1 - Aug. 15

½

4 in.

SPINACH,

1 oz.

Dark Green Bloomsdale, Hybrid 7

Feb. 1 - Mar. 15; Aug. 1 - Sept. 1

½

4 in.

SPINACH, New Zealand

1 oz.

New Zealand

Mar. 15 - Apr. 30

1

12 in.

SQUASH, Summer

½ oz.

Early Summer Crookneck, Goldbar, Zucchini, Early Prolific Straightneck

Apr. 15 - May 15

1

2 ft.

SQUASH, Winter TOMATO

½ oz. 50 plants

Waltham Butternut

Apr. 15 - May 15 Apr. 10 - July 15

1 ¼-½

4 ft. 2 ft.

Homestead, Marion, Better Boy, Big Beef

TURNIP

½ oz.

Purple Top White Globe, Seven Top (greens only), Just Right Hybrid

Feb. 1 - Apr. 15; Aug. 1 - Sept. 15

½

2 in.

WATERMELON

1 oz.

Congo, Charleston Gray #133, Crimson Sweet,Jubilee

Apr. 15 - June 1

1

3 ft.

DISTANCE BETWEEN ROWS

BEST SOIL pH

DAYS TO MATURITY

18 - 24 in.

6.0 - 7.0

55 - 60

12 - 18 in. 12 - 18 in.

6.0 - 7.0 6.0 - 6.7

120 - 150 45 - 50

18 - 24 in. 12 - 18 in.

6.0 - 6.7 6.0 - 7.0

75 - 85 30 - 40

28 - 36 in. 12 - 24 in.

5.5 - 6.5 6.0 - 6.5

50 - 60 60 - 80

18 - 30 in.

6.0 - 6.5

65 - 70

36 - 42 in.

5.5 - 6.5

55 - 65

3 ft.

6.0 - 6.5

75 - 80

3 ft. 36 - 42 in. 36 - 42 in. 6 - 10 ft. 6 - 12 in.

6.0 - 6.5 4.8 - 5.4 5.4 - 6.0 6.0 - 6.5 6.0 - 7.0

75 - 80 100 - 120 105 - 135 115 - 120 20 - 25

18 - 24 in.

6.0 - 7.0

90

12 - 14 in.

5.6 - 6.0

45 - 50

24 in.

6.0 - 6.5

55 - 60

3 - 5 ft.

5.5 - 6.5

50 - 60

8 - 10 ft. 3 - 5 ft.

6.0 - 6.5 6.0 - 6.5

85 - 95 75 - 85

15 - 18 in.

6.0 - 7.0

55 - 60

5 - 8 ft.

5.8 - 6.2

90 - 100

*In Mountain area, delay spring planting date 2-3 weeks; plant 2-3 weeks earlier in Fall. In the lower Coastal Plain, plant 2-3 weeks earlier in Spring and delay Fall planting 2-3 weeks. In Virginia, delay spring planting date 2-3 weeks; plant 2-3 weeks earlier in Fall. In South Carolina, plant 2-3 weeks earlier in Spring and delay Fall planting 2-3 weeks.

Wyatt-Quarles Seed Company

PO Box 739

Garner NC 27529

PLANTING TIMES

DEPTH

DISTANCE

FOR

TO PLANT

BETWEEN

N. C. PIEDMONT*

(INCHES)

PLANTS

4 in.

½

Feb. 15 - Apr. 15; Aug. 1 - Sept. 15

VEGETABLE

AMOUNT FOR

SEED OR PLANT

100 FT. ROW

KOHLRABI

½ oz.

RECOMMENDED VARIETIES White Vienna

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