|Our Product Code||HERA|
|Sold in Liners of 100|
|Price Per Plug:||59¢|
|Total Per Tray:||$59.00|
Our Assorted Liners are well-rooted starter plants that come ready to transplant into your final container. The herb commonly known as thyme is widely used for its aroma, flavor, and visual appeal in both culinary and ornamental applications. Grow thyme as a container product or in 4 inch pots for landscape use.
For best results with Assorted, use a constant feed program of 150-200 ppm N on well rooted plants. A pH between 5.8 and 6.2 is important for the healthiest plant color. In most cases, an additional supplement of iron is recommended in order to deepen the coloration of the foliage.
We recommend that you pinch Assorted 5-10 days after transplanting to your final container. Growing herbs at cooler temperatures will help to keep the plants short and bushy.
Space 4-inch, 6-inch, and gallon pots as needed to allow air flow and penetration of light between plants. Thyme can grow to a 24" spread. We do not recommend planting Assorted in 1801 or other traditional market trays as they tend to get leggy and have the potential for fungus problems when planted too close together.
Plant growth regulators are not recommended on herbs.
Whiteflies, aphids, and occasionally mealybugs are all insects to watch out for with Assorted.
Assorted is not prone to many diseases, but don't oversaturate the soil. If the plant sits in moist soil for an extended amount of time, you could end up with root rot, botrytis or a bacterial blight. Botrytis grey rot is usually associated with wet or humid conditions. You can prevent botrytis by allowing the plant to dry out between waterings, allowing for good airflow in your greenhouse, and spacing to allow the sun to penetrate to the soil level. To best fight root rot in herbs, look for an organic or garden-safe fungicide, like Neem Oil.
|4" crop time||6 Weeks|
|10" crop time||10 weeks|
|08-14-2017 (Week 33)||0|
|08-21-2017 (Week 34)||0|
|08-28-2017 (Week 35)||0|
|09-04-2017 (Week 36)||1,500|
|09-11-2017 (Week 37)||15,800|
|09-18-2017 (Week 38)||51,400|
|09-25-2017 (Week 39)||71,000|
|10-02-2017 (Week 40)||80,600|
|10-09-2017 (Week 41)||67,600|
|10-16-2017 (Week 42)||67,700|
|10-23-2017 (Week 43)||72,000|
|10-30-2017 (Week 44)||77,700|
|11-06-2017 (Week 45)||71,500|
|11-13-2017 (Week 46)||85,800|
|11-20-2017 (Week 47)||113,400|
|11-27-2017 (Week 48)||122,900|
|12-04-2017 (Week 49)||137,000|
|12-11-2017 (Week 50)||150,000|
|12-18-2017 (Week 51)||169,800|
|12-25-2017 (Week 52)||184,200|
|01-01-2018 (Week 01)||187,400|