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    Amara Kale (Not Treated)

    $4.83$67.30

    Amara is an ethiopian kale with uniform vigorous growth.It produces dark green oval shaped leaves with scalloped margins.The leaves have good texture and a mild flavor with a hint of garlic.Compared to standard ethiopian kale,Amara is darker green and has a more controlled growth rate.Recommended for baby leaf and microgreens production.

    out of stock and suggest the sub of untreated Ethiopian

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    Arun Kale (Not Treated)

    $8.93$714.00

    Curly kale variety which is suitable for bunching. The plant habit ensures a good yield per plant, flavor and texture are excellent. A versatile variety to use both in the fresh and processing industry.

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    Arun Kale (Treated Seed)

    $8.93$714.00

    Curly kale variety which is suitable for bunching. The plant habit ensures a good yield per plant, flavor and texture are excellent. A versatile variety to use both in the fresh and processing industry.

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    Beira Kale (Not Treated)

    $31.98$118.10

    Portuguese or kale forms large, waxy mint-colored leaves on thick, fleshy petioles. The leaves form a very loose head. Harvest most of the whole plant, up to 7 lbs. The leaves are a favorite for Portuguese kale soup “Caldo Verde”. Beira is an easy-to-grow hybrid, both for spring and fall plantings. Direct seeding helps avoid tipburn. Great to juice!  Makes a much more juice and is sweeter and milder as compared to curly kale.

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    Beira Kale (Treated Seed)

    $26.50$97.80

    Portuguese or kale forms large, waxy mint-colored leaves on thick, fleshy petioles. The leaves form a very loose head. Harvest most of the whole plant, up to 7 lbs. The leaves are a favorite for Portuguese kale soup “Caldo Verde”. Beira is an easy-to-grow hybrid, both for spring and fall plantings. Direct seeding helps avoid tipburn. Great to juice! Makes a much more juice and is sweeter and milder as compared to curly kale.

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    Black Cabbage Kale (Treated Seed)

    $7.92$116.60

    Black Cabbage Kale is ideal for baby leaf or bunching. It is very vigorous and seed is screened for Black Rot.

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    Black Jack Kale (Not Treated)

    $15.40$59.00

    With increased interest in Lacinato, this hybrid offer the fanciest appearance for bunching, with slender erect, and very savoyed nearly black leaves.

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    Black Jack Kale (Treated Seed)

    $15.40$536.00

    With increased interest in Lacinato, this hybrid offer the fanciest appearance for bunching, with slender erect, and very savoyed nearly black leaves.

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    Black Magic Kale (Not Treated)

    $3.70$129.00

    For those looking for a Lacinato-type kale with improved cold hardiness, uniform leaf shape and screened for black rot, we offer Black Magic.

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    Black Magic Kale (Treated Seed)

    $3.70$129.00

    For those looking for a Lacinato-type kale with improved cold hardiness, uniform leaf shape and screened for black rot, we offer Black Magic.

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    Blue Ridge Kale (Not Treated)

    $22.43$780.00

    Blue Ridge features dark, blue-green foliage with an attractive, full curl on all leaves. It offers a semi-tall plant type, mid-season maturity and an extended harvest of heavy yields. It is also slow to bolt or stretch and is widely adapted to all growing areas where cool season crops are planted. A nice addition to mixed containers of salad greens or as an ornamental edible.

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    Blue Ridge Kale (Treated Seed)

    $22.43$780.00

    Blue Ridge features dark, blue-green foliage with an attractive, full curl on all leaves. It offers a semi-tall plant type, mid-season maturity and an extended harvest of heavy yields. It is also slow to bolt or stretch and is widely adapted to all growing areas where cool season crops are planted. A nice addition to mixed containers of salad greens or as an ornamental edible.

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