Vegetable Cultivar and Cultural Trials celery, peppers, eggplants, cabbage, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, romaine and head lettuce (2016) - 10 pages
Vegetable cultivar evaluations and cultural trials are conducted annually by the Vegetable Program, Plant Sciences Department at the University of Saskatchewan as a service to the vegetable growers of Saskatchewan.
Celery – twin rows spaced 30 cm apart with 30 cm between plants within the row – rows spaced 1.25 m apart
Romaine and head lettuce - twin rows spaced 30 cm apart with 30 cm between plants within the row – rows spaced 1.25 m apart
Eggplants and peppers – twin rows spaced 30 cm apart with 60 cm between plants in a row and 2 m between rows.
Cabbage and cauliflower – plants spaced 30 cm apart in rows with rows spaced 1.25 m apart
Directed seeded crops
Bulb onions – rows spaced 50 cm apart with 10 cm between plants within a row.
Green onions – rows spaced 50 cm apart with 2 cm between plants within a row.
Romaine and head lettuce – twin rows spaced 30 cm apart, with 1 m between each set of twin rows. Two weeks after emergence the lettuce was hand thinned to leave 20 cm between plants within the row.
Dill - twin rows spaced 15 cm apart with each set of rows spaced 0.5 m apart. A high seeding rate (1 seed/cm) was used as the objective was to produce a thick stand of plants that could be harvested at an early stage of development.