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40 " 50 days. These non-GMO Prizehead lettuce seeds grow into large green leaves with maroon tips. Prizehead Lettuce is ready to harvest in 48 days. The Prizehead thrives in full sun or partial shade, and can be grown in zones 3-12. The leaves of the Prizehead have a mildly sweet flavor. Large, crumpled and curled, loose leaf type with reddish tinge on leaves. Rapid growing. Approx. 16,000 seeds/oz.
Start by sowing the non-GMO seeds 1/2 inch in sandy soil with one inch between seeds and eighteen inches between rows. Make sure to allow enough space between seeds for the lettuce to grow, as overcrowding can cause the lettuce to have a bitter taste. Firm the soil lightly. While growing, keep the soil well watered. Harvest forty eight days after planting.
Historical documents show that lettuce was being cultivated in Egypt 6,000 years ago.
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