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Lettuce can be a key crop with the proper attention

publication date: Dec 1, 2005
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This crop is one that gives you quick harvests compared to many. Given the right conditions, lettuce can be ready to harvest from transplant in as little as 4 weeks – especially as “baby” heads. In the summer, a 3-4 week transplant can be harvested as a full size head in 6 weeks, maybe less. And, customers love having fresh lettuce each week to go with their tomatoes and cucumbers. But to achieve this takes close attention to the details of growing.

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