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Bulk Non-GMO Beet Seeds

Beets are considered to be a very healthy food that is packed full of beneficial vitamins and nutrients. Growing beets allows you to enjoy this nutrient-dense vegetable when you want it, and you can buy beetroot online for added convenience. Growing beets in containers allows you to have your beets in a smaller setting, such as an apartment or a condo, where you don't have a garden available. Our non-GMO beet seeds options include many beet varieties for a colorful plate. However you choose to grow your non-GMO beet seeds, you'll get fresh beets when you want them, and you can dry them to store them year-round. If you're looking for a beet that is excellent for canning, try the Detroit Dark Red. For a sweeter flavor, the Beet Golden is an excellent choice, and if you want a beet for feed purposes, the Sugar Beet is perfect.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Beet Seeds

How do you grow beets from seed?

Beet seeds should be sown with one or two per hole, spaced 1 to 2 inches apart. The ideal depth for these seeds is 1/2 inch. A light covering of soil and the addition of compost will help the beets grow healthy and strong.

How long does it take to grow beets from seed?

Beets take six to eight weeks to grow from seed. The beets are ready for harvesting during the midsummer and early fall months. Although baby beets are perfect for food use, leaving them for two or three additional weeks will give you mature beets with the best taste.

Do beets need full sun?

Beets will do their best in full sun, coupled with cooler temperatures. Always choose a spot in your garden that receives direct sunlight for six hours a day. For the best results, the sunny area should receive the most sunlight in the morning hours.

How many beets will one plant produce?

Beet seeds produce two to six plants each. Spacing the seeds 1 to 2 inches from each other will help prevent overcrowding. Although each seed produces one root, multiple plants can still come from that root.