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Eazyleaf Ezrilla Green

Eazyleaf Ezrilla Green

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Lettuce - Leaf
Lactuca sativa
We introduce the Eazyleaf lettuces, a revolution in the lettuce program! Eazyleaf has a range of products very easy to grow, to harvest and to prepare/clean. These varieties are well adapted to our growing conditions. It produces small and compact heads but of an impressive weight! Once harvested, it takes only one sharp cut to get a multitude of small leaves of the same size. The best part is that they have a long shelf life and will keep in your fridge. Cleaning a lettuce head is now effortless and no need to cut the leaves to make them easy to eat. The sweet and crispy taste of these lettuces will definitely surprise you.
Replacement of the Capulin variety. This delicious fast growing lettuce is part of the Eazy Leaf family for a one-cut harvesting. Long, narrow leaf margin with a nicely frilled, medium green base.
Eazyleaf series
PLANTING TIME: Lettuce is the first crop of spring. Good resistance to cold allows it to be sown as soon as the earth can be worked. For an early harvest, sow in a cold or hot bed and transplant directly in May. Germination will be quicker and more uniform if the temperature is between 10 and 15⁰ C. SOIL: A rich, well-drained soil is best. SPACING: For the main harvest, sow directly in rows spaced 40 to 45 cm apart. Leave 20 to 25 cm between plants according to the varieties. GROWING TIPS: It is helpful to add fertilizer high in nitrogen, decomposed manure or compost to the soil. Full sun is needed. The soil surface must constantly keep moist. To reduce weeds and keep soil cool, mulch it. HARVESTING: Pick lettuce early in the morning. Firmness is an indication of readiness.
25 s/p
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