|Seeds per ounce:||9000|
|Ounces per square foot:||0.0001|
|Minimum legal germination rate:||75%|
|In garden spacing (inches):||15|
|In flat spacing (inches):||1|
|Planting depth (inches):||cover seed with soil|
|Maximum number of plants per square foot:||1.5-.5|
|Nutrient relationship:||Heavy Feeder|
|Days to maturity:||63-112|
|Harvesting period (days):||14-28|
|Minimum yields in pounds /square foot:||1|
Pythium Damping-Off - This disease commonly affects seeds and young transplants and is caused by the soil-borne fungus.
Downy Mildew - This disease is caused by the fungus Peronospora parasitica and can attack both seedlings and mature vegetable plants.
Alternaria Leaf Spot - This disease is caused by the fungus, Alternaria species, and occurs during warm, moist conditions.
Black Rot - Black rot is caused by a bacterium, Xanthomonas campestris pathovar campestris, and can affect all vegetables in the crucifer family.
Black Leg - The fungus, Phoma lingam, causes black leg.
Wirestem - The fungus, Rhizoctonia solani, causes wirestem.
Fusarium Yellows - Yellows or wilt is a much less important disease today due to the development of varieties resistant to the disease.
Viruses - There are several common viruses that can affect cole crops including Turnip mosaic virus and Cauliflower mosaic virus..
|Insect pests:(Insect Pest Finder)||Army Cutworm, Bean Aphid, Cabbage Curculio, Cabbage Looper, Cabbage Maggot, Cutworm, Flea Beetle, Garden Centipede, Green Peach Aphid, Pea Aphid, Spotted Cucumber Beetle|
Varieties for Cabbage
|Cabbage is the fourth most grown vegetable in the U.S. yet we grow a small fraction of hundreds of varieties available. They are grouped by head shape, round and flat being the most commonly grown, and come in white, green, and purple. Taste varies by variety.|