LSU AgCenter Releases July Vegetable Planting Guide

It’s not too late to plant certain types of vegetables.  LSU AgCenter’s July edition of the GNO Gardening Magazine included a helpful Vegetable Planting Guide for July. (See below chart for full magazine)

Crop Recommended Variety
Broccoli (Seeds for transplant) Green Magic, Everest, Castle Dome, Packman
Brussels Sprouts (Seeds for transplant) Jade Cross E, Long Island Improved
Cabbage (Seeds for transplant) Bravo, Rio Verde, Caraflex, Blue Vantage
Cantaloupe Ambrosia, Aphrodite, Passport, Primo, Verona
Cauliflower (Seeds for transplant) Snow Crown, Cumberland, Incline, Freedom
Collards Champion Flash, Georgia, Top Bunch, Yates
Chinese Cabbage (Seeds for Transplant) None Given
Cucumbers Slicers: Dasher II, Diva, Fanfare HG, Indy
Pickler: Calypso
Luffa Gourd None Given
Okra Annie Oakley, Cajun Delight, Clemson Spineless
Peppers, Bell (Seeds for transplant) Aristotle XR3, King Arthur, Paladin, Carmen
Pumpkins Atlantic Giant, Baby Bear, Prankster, Sorcerer
Shallots Matador, Prisma
Southern Peas Queen Anne, California #5, Quickpick, Colussus
Squash Zucchini: Declaration II, Justice III, Payroll
Straight Neck: Multipik, Patriot II, Liberator III
Crook Neck: Destiny III, Gentry, Medallion
Tomatoes (Seeds for transplant) Bella Rosa, Sun Chaser, Florida 91, Phoenix, Solar Fire, BHN-216, Solar Set
Watermelon Seedless: Cooperstown, Gypsy, Matrix, Millennium
Seeded: Mickey Lee, Sugar Baby, Amarillo

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