Succession Crops

When you’re selecting varieties for succession plantings, remember to consider days to maturity, nutrient requirements, and pest and disease susceptibility. For example, two successions of summer squash plantings in the same area might spell disaster for your yields if the cucumber beetles have already found the first planting. Consider having lettuce follow carrots, which work well in successions thanks to their different but complementary nutrient needs. Below are some reliable choices for succession varieties to get you through the season.

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  1. Allure F1 Sweet Corn
    Starting at: As low as $4.35
  2. Antigua Bush Bean
    Starting at: As low as $2.95
  3. Aroma 2 F1 Basil
    Starting at: As low as $3.80
  4. Astro Arugula
    Starting at: As low as $2.95
  5. Bellezia Arugula
    Starting at: As low as $2.95
  6. Benning's Green Tint Summer Squash
    Starting at: As low as $2.95
  7. Beta Blend
    Starting at: As low as $2.95
  8. Bouquet Dill
    Starting at: As low as $2.95
  9. Brentwood - Pelleted
    Starting at: As low as $3.95
  10. Buckley - Pelleted
    Starting at: As low as $3.95
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