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You would need about 7,000 beets a year to survive. 7,000 for back up emergency and 7,000 for the following year. This is about 14 ounces. I recommend the Detroit Dark and the Detroit Golden. The Golden because some scavengers may think something is wrong with them.
Beet Detroit Dark 21,000 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds
Most popular, old standard, all-purpose red beet! Uniform 3” round, smooth root with a small tap root. Blood red flesh is sweet, tender, and tasty. Prolific, good keeper. 14” tall tops make good greens. This very popular and versatile beet is rich in color and texture. Plant Detroit Dark Red Beet seeds and double your pleasure by enjoying both the roots and the greens.
Beet Detroit Golden 6,000 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds
Now the Detroit Golden cost more than the Detroit Dark but you only need a few to fool scavengers. Savory golden beet with delicious greens! Pale orange, 2-3”round beet that is tender with a sweet mild flavor. It’s vibrant orange-yellow color makes a wonderful addition to salads and meals. Cooked it turns buttercup yellow, does not bleed and melts in your mouth. Light green, with gold veined leaves also mix well into salads. One of the best tasting raw beets that is extremely healthy.
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