Ideal selection z
Brassica oleracea convar. oleracea var. gemmifera
These full and leafy brussel sprouts rise to 80 cm high. They are best for mid-late cultivation and are very hardy and robust. They handle the cold and give beautiful stalks for market displays.
|Quantity||Portion or 10 g|
|Family||crucifer, cabbage family|
|Seed need (g/Are)||4-5g|
|Thousand-seeds weight (TKW)||2.42 grams|
|Seeds per gram||413.3|
Sow in April in seedling trays and later transfer to planter boxes at 5 ✕ 5 cm spacing. Transplant to the open field at 50 ✕ 50 cm spacing in nutrient-rich soil. If brussel sprout rosette formation lags into October, pinch the top off the plant to encourage development. Harvest from late autumn to spring.
|Sowing quantity 4 - 5 g/Are|