Noble Giant

Spinach Seeds

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An old heirloom that was the All-America Selections Winner in 1933. Noble Giant spinach produces huge, dark green leaves with delicious flavor. Spinach is great in salads, cooked, canned or frozen. This spinach is slow to bolt and is very easy to grow. Perfect for the home gardener!


SOWING: Spinach grows in a wide range of soils but should have a pH between 6.5-7.5. Spinach germinates best in cool soil between 50-60°F. Begin sowing in early spring as soon as the ground can be worked. Summer sowing with higher soil temperatures will lead to low germination. Do not use a heat mat to germinate. If sowing has to be done during warmer weather, irrigating can help cool the soil and improve germination. Sow in mid to late summer for a fall harvest. Spinach can also be planted from late summer until freeze-up in protected structures for fall, winter, and spring harvest. Using floating row covers offers additional winter protection.

PLANTING AND HARVEST: For baby leaf: Sow in a 1/2″ apart, 2-3″ bands, 1/2″ deep, about 40 seeds/ft. Clip small leaves in 3-5 weeks, depending on time of year and speed of growth. For a continuous supply, sow every 7 days. For bunching and full size: Sow 10 seeds/ft., 1/2″ deep, rows 12-18″ apart. Harvest spinach full size but before bolting, cutting just below root attachment for “rooted spinach”, or cut higher for “clipped spinach”.

AVG. DIRECT SEEDING RATE: For full-size leaves: 10M/1,000′, 290M/acre at 10 seeds/ft. in rows 12-18″ apart. For baby leaf: 1M/25′, 25M/125′, 1,200M/acre at 40 seeds/ft. in rows 18″ apart.

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