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PVH2254 flue cure type

Libsk8r1

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I was recently gifted this guide to flue curing and a container of pellatized PVH2254. I’m gonna try em our next year cus I feel like this was really generous and I’ve also never tried growing pelletized seed so think it’ll be interesting. 911C95BA-AB9C-4FFD-A422-A882480ADE8C.jpeg67879616-FA28-4DF8-A290-0B423D4F6D0C.jpeg

Has anyone tried this variety before?
 

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Never tried it. Sounds like it's drought tolerant though:)

 

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I was recently gifted this guide to flue curing and a container of pellatized PVH2254. I’m gonna try em our next year cus I feel like this was really generous and I’ve also never tried growing pelletized seed so think it’ll be interesting. View attachment 31883

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Has anyone tried this variety before?
From the info in the catalog, that variety shows 140 days from transplant to full harvest. It had the second longest days to harvest in the catalog. I know nothing about the length of your season in Oregon, but I thought I would point that out,
 

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From the info in the catalog, that variety shows 140 days from transplant to full harvest. It had the second longest days to harvest in the catalog. I know nothing about the length of your season in Oregon, but I thought I would point that out,
Isn't Oregon one of those places like the UK where they actually talk about "winter gardening"?
 
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