Buttercrunch Lettuce - 1000 Seeds- NON-GMO Heirloom Vegetable USA-SELLER!

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Ships FromBuffalo, New York

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Country/Region of ManufactureUnited States
Season of Interestsummer spring fall autumn
Smartbuyforever is a leading seeds provider for several years! We provide Fresh & high quality Heirloom seeds, Non-Gmo and Organic seeds to home gardeners and other’s growers! Our main offerings: Hundreds of heirloom, rare, beautiful Flowers and Herb and Vegetable seeds. Especially we provide hard to find Herb and Flowers seeds!Lettuce is a cool-season crop, and seedlings can tolerate a light frost. Lettuce grows quickly, so stagger the plantings. It is recommended to sow the lettuce seeds directly into the garden as soon as the soil can be worked.Before Planting: Lettuce is hardy and can be planted as early as the soil can be worked. It is a cool weather crop and grows best at temperatures of 60-65°F. Careful variety selection is important for hot weather plantings. Sow every 3 weeks for a continuous supply of fresh lettuce. Lettuce seed can enter thermal dormancy when exposed to high temperatures. Do not use a heat mat when germinating lettuce seed. Optimum germination results at soil temperatures of 60–65°F. Planting: For direct seeding, seeds germinate at low soil temperatures (40°F), but poorly above 75°F. Sow seeds 2-3″ apart, rows 12–18″ apart. Cover seed lightly, about 1/8″, and firm soil gently. Thin iceberg and romaine lettuce to one plant every 10–12″, other types 8–10″ for full size heads or 6″ for mini heads. Dry soil must be watered to ensure coolness and moisture, and for uniform germination. For transplanting, sow 2-3 seeds per cell, 1/4″ deep, 3-4 weeks before transplanting outdoors. Do not let soil above 70F while germinating so keep out of sun and a cool, dark location. Harden seedlings by reducing water and temperature for 2–3 days before planting outdoors. Properly hardened transplants can survive temperatures as low as 20°F. Transplant iceberg and romaine lettuce 10–12″ apart, in rows 18″ apart. Other types 8–10″ apart in rows 12–18″ apart for full size heads or 6″ apart for mini heads. Watering: Water lettuce once to twice per week or every 4 days whenever rainfall is inadequate. Fertilizer: Lettuce is typically a care-free plant, but you can fertilize the soil with an organic fertilizer one week prior to planting the seeds. Lettuce grows best in soil that is high in humus. Fertilize three weeks after transplanting seedlings with an alfalfa meal or a slow-release fertilizer. Days to Maturity: Lettuce can be picked whenever real leaves form. Pick when the leaves are younger rather than waiting so the taste doesn’t become bitter. Harvesting: For heads of lettuce, cut the plant at the soil line to harvest it. For leaf lettuces, you can harvest the entire plant or only the outer leaves as needed. Harvest in the morning. Store in cool, dark and high humidity location for up to 2-3 weeks. TIPS: Combined shipping is available on all items that are purchased and paid at one time. We offer you good quality seeds and best price! We ship same day our sold items! Sometime usps Rubber stamps and scanner machine pressing the seed bag and decrease the seeds germinating Rate, Our suggest buy at last 3 packs then we can send to you by protective shipping way. Guarantee! you will get good germinating rate! Buy with confidence! Customer Service: please email us before you leaving any Negative or Neutral feedback or open any dispute on ebay /paypal , otherwise it will hurt both of us. Your success is our success. If you feel like you cannot leave us a 5 star rating or if you have any issues with your order, like damaged or wrong items etc...please just send us a note and we'll promptly resolve the issue for you.I will always try my best to solve the problem!

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