Seed/Yield Chart?

Discussion in 'Gardening & Plant Propagation' started by Whistle-by, Feb 4, 2004.

  1. Whistle-by

    Whistle-by New Member

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    Anyone know where I can find a chart/table that gives a list of how much seed or length of planted row will produce on average?
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  2. mousecat33

    mousecat33 Well-Known Member

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    Never seen one, but I can testify that Super 100 hybrid(cherry tomato plants)
    can produce 11/2 lbs. per week 2 months at a time. Mine bore fruit 8 months out of 10 first time out. Organic of course! I couldn't give 'em away fast enough. Okra too. Cayenne peppers are prolific producers as well. Banana peppers, jalepenos...I ususally just grow nightshade types. BTW the peppers averaged 4 hrs direct sunlight. Someone else here could enlighten further I'm sure.

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    mc
     

  3. Marcia in MT

    Marcia in MT Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Try checking with your extension service, and that of neighboring states. Also, in the past I've gotten some from various seed companies. Use their toll-free numbers!
     
  4. sbeerman

    sbeerman Well-Known Member

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