Wisconsin Hollander No. 8
90 to 100 days. Selected from Danish Ballhead. The first strain of Yellows resistant cabbage seed released by the University of Wisconsin and now greatly improved as to type quality and resistance to Yellows. Heads round becoming slightly flattened across the top foliage bluish green. A heavy yielder but not as uniform in maturity and size as the Wisconsin Ballhead.
Wisconsin Golden Acre
55 days. Also called Resistant Detroit. Selected from Golden Acre and about 80 per cent resistant to Yellows. Heads are globular to slightly flattened.
Wisconsin Glory of Enkhuizen
75 days. Also called Resistant Globe. Selected from Glory of Enkhuizen. A fine mid-season round-head type maturing a few days later than Marion Market. The heads are globular compact small core. Heavy yielder and widely used for kraut as well as for shipping.
85 days. Selected from Danish Ballhead and practically identical in type and season. Round solid compact head short stem blue-green foliage. Heads are smaller but more uniform than Wisconsin Hollander. Very uniform in type and maturity so that over 90 per cent can be harvested at the first cutting. 97 to 100 per cent resistant to Yellows.
(Resistant Mammoth Rock Red) 100 days. A round-head late red cabbage very uniform foliage purple-red with heads becoming a deeper color with maturity. Ideal late Fall shipper and a good storage cabbage. Highly resistant to the Yellows.
Wisconsin All Season
Selected from All Seasons. Type similar to the old variety and the season about the same. It is the hardiest of all the flat-headed varieties. An excellent Kraut cabbage. Wisconsin All Season is known to stand unfavorable conditions of drought and hot weather unusually well. For this reason it is a very choice variety for the home garden for late summer and early fall use. It does not burst as readily as other varieties after heading up.