Cauliflower, Winter Cauliflower Selection Z
Brassica oleracea convar. botrytis var. botrytis
This attractive plant is one of the last open pollinated varieties that is still cultivated and sold in local markets. The plant forms a medium-sized main stem that is delicious and tender. After you harvest it, it will produce many side shoots, which can be cut continuously during the growing season. This tender vegetable has a fine taste.
|Content in grams||0.38||0.00|
|Content in seeds||150.00||0.00|
|Content in m2||37.00||0.00|
|Family||crucifer, cabbage family|
|Seed need (g/Are)||4-5g|
|Thousand-seeds weight (TKW)||2.5 grams|
|Seeds per gram||392.6|
Sow from March to mid-July in seedling trays. Space at a distance of 5 ✕ 5 cm for small plantlets. After 4 weeks, transplant into the open field at a distance of 40 ✕ 40 cm. Broccoli loves nutrient rich soil and uniform moisture. Make sure to give it some compost to encourage a bountiful yield!
|Sowing quantity 4 - 5 g/Are|