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  • 170A Xtra-Tender™ Sweet Corn (Cruiser Treated)


    Excellent quality and appearance in an early maturing variety. Suited from roadside and shipping as first early or for planting as a gap filler. Works North to South. Good, for the early class, against lodging; and good, for an Sh2, in cool soil.

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  • 2171 Xtra-Tender™ Sweet Corn (Cruiser Treated)


    Widely-adapted hybrid works early spring from Florida to Canada. Good seed vigor. Refined ears snap easy with short shanks.

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  • 274A Xtra-Tender™ Sweet Corn (Cruiser Treated)


    For Northern areas only. Good emergence and seedling vigor. Very good eating quality, tender and sweet. Refined kernels, brightly-colored.


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  • 278A Xtra-Tender™ GCP Sweet Corn (Cruiser Treated)


    Tender, attractive ear, good holding. Adapted to South and North areas.


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    Ideally suited for flag leaf to early boot forage production for lactating cows. Can extract and assimilate large amounts of nitrogen making it an excellent tool for managing dairy waste products. Early maturity allows potential double-cropping with corn silage rotations where growing degrees will allow (Boots two days earlier than 815 triticale variety).

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  • 378A Xtra-Tender™ Sweet Corn (Cruiser Treated)


    Tender super sweet with good ear appearance, yield potential. Well adapted to Mid-Atlantic & Northern regions.


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  • 7143 Sweet Corn (Cruiser Treated)


    Widely-adapted. Vigorous plant tolerates stress well. Attractive, high quality ears are easy to snap.

    GR:SE = Geographical restriction; Due to a vendor agreement, we may not be able to supply large quantity orders in the Southeast States.

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  • 9558SBR (Snout Beetle Tolerant)

    Cornell University developed. Selected from the same branching-root material as SEEDWAY varieties Regen and 9558. 1st alfalfa variety with any resistance to snout beetle. Undergone 7 cycles of selection and evaluated under conditions where alfalfa snout beetle is naturally present. Exhibits improved yield performance under snout beetle pressure. Well adapted to Northeast growing conditions and environments. Use as part as a comprehensive snout beetle management plan including nematode control. 9558SBR showed 39% of plants had class 1, 2, and 3 resistance to snout beetle when root damage was rated on a 5 class scale (1=no root damage).

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  • A-1014 Eggplant (Not Treated)


    A-1014 brings an entirely new level of quality, earliness, and yield to the “American” style of eggplant. It is up to 10 days earlier than any other variety and will provide a lot of fruit early. The fruit has a refined look and is firm and glossy and a “just right” size for most grocery stores. The calyx are totally spineless and wont scratch the fruit, your customers or harvest crew.  Fruit separates easily from the pant with gentle tug.  The plant is compact but stays healthy and productive for a full season. Most growers will not need to stake A1014 and plants can be crowded.

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    Widely adapted two-row Malting Barley. AAC Synergy produces heavy, plump kernels and short, strong straw with good resistance to lodging. Desirable malting quality profile with higher malt extract. With a combination of high yield, good foliar disease resistance and excellent malting quality.

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  • Abay Bell Pepper (Not Treated)


    Blocky yellow fruit, mostly extra large. Reliable and widely adapted. The fruit is large and fancy with a continuous set.



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  • Abay Bell Pepper (Organic)


    Blocky yellow fruit, mostly extra large. Reliable and widely adapted. The fruit is large and fancy with a continuous set.


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