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This page gives instructions on how to buy doomsday hybrid cabbage seeds from David's Garden Seeds.
David's picks are the Ruby Perfection and the Storage #4. Cabbage can be fermented, dehydrated and pickled.
Cabbage Ruby Perfection 1000 Non-GMO, Hybrid Seeds
Fancy fall storage red. The No. 1 mid-late red cabbage. The heads are medium-sized and dense with a uniform high-round shape and good wrapper leaves. Good field-holding ability. Matures just in time for late summer crops or fall harvest for medium-term storage. Resistant to thrips. Harvest in about 85 days.
Cabbage Storage No. 4, 600 Non-GMO, Hybrid Seeds
Excellent eating quality from storage. For fresh use and storage. Makes nice cabbage even under fertility or weather stress. Firms up in as few as 75 days for fresh use, continuing to enlarge to 4-8 lb. for midfall harvest. The solid heads have delicious, crisp leaves and are capable of long-term storage into spring. Flavor is superior to the typical cabbages available at the supermarket. Harvest in about 95 days.
Plant storage cabbage varieties so they mature just before fall frosts start to become a regular occurrence. After harvest, whole heads can be stored well into the winter months.
Keep in mind that hybrid plants are not good for seed production.
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