Growing Calendar for Spinach Seeds - Amazon
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Well adapted to the British climate Amazon has very good bolt resistance. It is a superb variety for baby leaves in spring and gives good resistance to downy mildew. Cover earliest sowings to increase cropping period.
Harvest in April to October when growing outdoors.
Harvest in March and December to January when growing indoors.
Good variety for baby leaves in spring.
Sow Indoors: February, October-November, thinly, direct into the required harvest position, ½in (1cm) deep in rows 12in (30cm) apart. Keep soil moist at all times.
Sow Outdoors: March-September, thinly, direct into the required harvest position, ½in (1cm) deep in rows 12in (30cm) apart. Keep soil moist at all times.
Grow On: If necessary thin seedlings to 4in (10cm) apart. Use thinnings as baby leaf.
This variety is slow to bolt and mildew resistant.Use fleece on early sowing to increase cropping period.
Standard Seeds E.C Rules and Regulations.
Tried a few spinach varieties and this works best for me
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