Tags: Certified Organic Heirloom Open Pollinated

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

Latin Name: Brassica oleracea

Days to Maturity: 50-70 days

Description:

This robust variety produces 6-8” heads, and has good side shoot production creating a long harvest window. Early to size up from spring planting yet resists premature bolting. Beautiful and stress tolerant, especially for an open pollinated variety.


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    How does Umpqua handle Alternaria, Downy Mildew, and heat stress? Here in Zone 9 Florida we had a terrible Fall to Winter brassica season, with virtually ALL of our broccoli (many different hybrids and OPs) and cauliflower having to be culled early due to severe Alternaria and Downy Mildew. We really need to find more disease resistant and stress tolerant selections for our organic fall to winter broccoli. Thanks for any DM, PM, and Alternaria info about your selection of Umpqua :). Wishing you and yours health, happiness, and abundant harvests in all that you sow!

    Posted by hope corona on 06/16/2021

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Feral Farm

Jacksonville, OR, United States (Zone 9a)
Established in 2017
2.60 acres in production

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