Blue speck Kohlrabi

Suitable for both early and late cultivation, this large kohlrabi is violet-blue. It has tender flesh inside. It delights the sight and the palette.

Sow in late March to late June in seedling trays. At the two-leaf stage, transfer to planting boxes at 5 ✕ 5 cm. Later, at 3–4 weeks of age, transplant seedlings to the open field at a distance of 25 ✕ 25 cm. Keep soil moisture constant. Intercrop with lettuce and celery to maximize yield.

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Sowing quantity 4 - 5 g/Are

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12000
Portion (ca. 200 seeds)
3.95 CHF
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12003
5 g (400 seeds/g)
16.95 CHF
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Lanro (white) Kohlrabi

This light-green kohlrabi is extremely tender. It does well in both spring and autumn cultivation. Sowing in early August in a plastic tunnel or greenhouse gives a winter harvest. The versatility of planting and harvest time makes it ideal for direct marketers who want consistent supplies.

Sow in late March to early August in seedling trays. After six weeks, transplant into the open field, or for autumn, in a plastic tunnel. Plant with 25 ✕ 25 cm spacing. Keep soil moisture constant. Intercrop with lettuce and celery to maximize yield.

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Sowing quantity 4 - 5 g/Are

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12010
Portion (ca. 200 seeds)
3.95 CHF
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12013
5 g (400 seeds/g)
16.95 CHF
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Yellow rutabaga Ground kohlrabi, Rutabaga

Yellow rutabaga is a very versatile and low-maintenance root vegetable. It holds up well in storage and gives a pleasant addition to meals. Its yellow flesh brightens up vegetable plates all winter long.

Sow in mid-June to early August in rows 30 cm apart. Later, thin out rows to 10–12 cm between plants.

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Sowing quantity 30 g/Are

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15200
Portion (for 5 m²)
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15205
25 g (600 seeds/g)
18.10 CHF
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