Newsletters >> November 2014 Newsletter (vol.35)
IN THIS ISSUE
- Greenhouse Heating Tips
- 3 Year Anniversary
- Follow That Cutting!
- Recipe for a Great Growing Season
- Soil Testing
- Seed of the Month
IN OTHER NEWS
• Happy Thanksgiving
• Apply 2nd application of Winterizer around Thanksgiving
• Missouri Green Industry Conference
• Western/National Green Center
HUMMERT’S FUN FACT
Not all turkeys gobble, hens make a clucking noise instead.
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End of summer maintenance: Summer is over and it is time to crank up the heating system. It is also time to make the routine checks necessary to insure that your heating equipment is going to function properly.
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Taken from Grower Talks
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Think about the liners that will be arriving in a few months to your greenhouse. Or the finished plants that you’ll be seeing on those metal racks come spring. Do you know how they got there?
Grown at Hummert International in Springfield, MO.
Pour Dyna Mix in your raised bed
Add some Chick Magic when you add your plants
Fertilize every 2 weeks with Chick Magic
Then sit back and wait
End Result: Over 100 pints of canned tomato juice, salsa and sauce from only 6 plants.
Soil can be tested any time of the year, as nutrient levels vary only slightly from season to season. Fall and early winter are the best times to have soil tested. The labs are not as busy as they are during the spring and it leaves more time for planning and applying corrective fertilizer and pH adjusters.
Cabbage "Bravo" Hybrid
This rugged hybrid has performed well from the Deep South in the winter to the North in the summer. The large round heads are a beautiful blue-green color. Use close spacing, 10-12” for market use and wide spacing, 18-24” for sauerkraut. This cabbage can thrive in almost any kind of soil, but prefers to have mulch or manure. 85 days after germination, be prepared to harvest 4-6 lb heads. “Bravo” has a sweet flavor and is crack resistant. Order this delicious hybrid today for next year’s crop!
Cabbage "Bravo" Hybrid – 72-1765 (page 10)
Check out this variety in our 2014 Seed Catalog