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Fresh Pak (Hybrid)

Baby Leaf / Beet / Beet – Baby Leaf

Fresh Pak is a perfect choice for baby leaf and spring mix growers. It has nice dark green leaves paired with dark red petioles that make it stand out. Fresh Pak has a well-defined veination that runs throughout the leaf. It is a slow to moderate growing variety. Fresh Pak has HR:Pfb (1) and IR: Cb disease resistance.

  • Dark green leaves
  • Dark red petioles
  • Slow to moderate growing
  • Excellent veination
  • U.S. Patent protected

*Variety is for baby leaf, or bunch greens only will not form a usable beet root

Disease Resistance

HR: Pfb (1)
IR: Cb

Days to Maturity to Baby Leaf


Days to Maturity from Direct Seed


Leaf Shape


Bolt Resistance


Leaf Characteristics


Exterior Characteristics


Market Use

Baby Leaf

Leaf Color

Dark Green

Petiole Color

Dark Red

Plant Habit


Relative Maturity



Very Uniform

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