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Cylindra Beet
Cylindra Beet
Cylindra Beet
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Cylindra (aka Butter Slicer or Formanova)
45 to 80 days — This Danish variety, as the name suggests, produces a beet that is elongated (six to eight inches) making it ideal for slicing. As a slicer, it produces many more uniform slices than globe shaped varieties. Sweet, tender, and smooth skinned with small, edible, reddish green tops. Each packet contains four grams which is approximately 200 seeds.
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Produces even consistent slices.
Great germination. Easy to grow. I like that this beet produces even consistent slices. Great for canning. I will definitely plant again.
Reviewed by: Anne Holzinger from New Hampshire. on 8/17/2015
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