[Market-farming] Broccoli Variety

Barking Cat Farm barkingcatfarm at mindspring.com
Wed Jun 8 09:40:36 EDT 2011


Are you getting fairly large heads on your go to varieties? And do you have any yield estimates? We have about 100' of broccoli in, including Blue Wind, and haven't gotten decent sized heads and our yield is low. Since we're close zone wise, your experience is extremely helpful. 

Barking Cat Farm
NE Texas where it is really hot with 100 degrees in the forecast

On Jun 8, 2011, at 12:19 PM, "cjmaness at juno.com" <cjmaness at juno.com> wrote:

> We grow Packman, Everest, and Premium Crop. Spring and fall, year after year. We trial as many "new to us" varieties as we can each year, but these are the 3 we stick with. Our temps are in the mid to high 90's right now and we're still picking broccoli.
> We grew Blue Wind for the first time this spring and we harvested very little. It bolted before the heads sized up.
> I'm not sure if these varieties are available organic. We get our seed from Rupp.
> Carla
> Perkins, OK 
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