Tags: Heirloom Open Pollinated

Growing Practices: No Pesticides No Herbicides No Fungicides No Synthetic Fertilizers

Latin Name: Eruca sativa

Days to Maturity: 21-40

Description:

The standard arugula.

A leafy green with a slightly pungent, peppery flavor. Long, dark, lobed leaves are suitable for salad mix or bunching. White flowers with dark pink veins make attractive spicy additions to salad mixes. Young leaves are used fresh and mature greens can be cooked. Dislikes heat so plan a Spring or Fall crop.

Can be sown from early spring through late fall. Frost-hardy and easy to grow. Long, dark green, broad arrow-shaped leaves form a loose, open bunch. Grows 12-18 inches tall before bolting.

Harvest the edible flowers as they appear. Sprinkle them over salads or add to vegetable stir fries.
Arugula will reseed vigorously.

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Growing Tips:

CULTURE: Gourmet greens are, for the most part, cool-season crops that perform best when planted in early spring or fall. Most will tolerate light to moderate frosts with minimal cover. Greens yield the most when planted in rich, well-dug soil in a sunny location. Rapid continuous growth is very important for the best quality. Plants are most vigorous and the flavors are milder and richer when daytime air temperatures are between 60-70°F. For mid-summer greens, purslane, endive, and New Zealand Spinach perform quite well. Most European greens are best direct sown into a well-worked seedbed. Apply 1 cup of our complete fertilizer per 10 row feet for peak production. Unless otherwise noted, plant seeds 1-2 inches apart in rows 16-18 inches apart. Most greens can germinate when the soil temperature is as low as 40°. Keep the soil uniformly moist for best results. Cover all seeds with Reemay or Grow Guard 20 to help deter birds and improve germination. Sow greens every couple of weeks to ensure a continuous supply of young plants. Thin after their second set of leaves have emerged. For transplants, see the Lettuce culture.

INSECTS: Aphids can be a problem and can be controlled with a strong spray of water, or applications of Pyrethrin or Azatrol.

DISEASES: Good rotation practices and garden sanitation are essential for disease control. Proper plant spacing that allows adequate air circulation helps prevent molds.

HARVEST: For the best flavor, harvest all greens frequently and when young. As with all greens, a rinse in cold water will help preserve the flavor and texture. To avoid bitterness, do not eat over-mature plants or those that mature in the heat of summer.

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    Can you tell me more about the mycorrhizal inoculant--who produces it; what research has been published showing it's benefits in typical garden conditions, etc?

    Posted by Cheryl Long on 04/01/2015

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Roquette Arugula *Heirloom* ~Mycorrhizae Fortified/Bulk Available~

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1 Ounce $12.00 10,312
1/4 Pound $24.00 41,250
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1 Pound $50.00 165,000
5 Pounds $220.00 825,000
10 Pounds $340.00 1,650,000

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