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Product Number: 196

GRAND DUKE KOHLRABI (F1 hybrid 50 days)

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Germ 7-10 days
A 1979 All American selection and still a favorite for both earliness and flavor. Kohlrabi is also called cabbage-turnip and appropriately so, the turnip-like balls are held cleanly above the ground with a cruciferous, “cabbagey” flavor. 4” globes are crisp and tender and Grand Duke holds well, meaning that you can leave it in the garden for a while without it becoming woody. 40 seeds

PLANTING:

Outdoors- Early spring, 1/4” deep 2-4” apart with soil temps 55 degrees. Mid/ Late summer sowing for fall harvest

Harvest- The spring plantings under 2” for the most tender and sweet bulbs. Fall plantings can survive frosts and can be harvested when they are larger.

Tips- Grows best in the cooler weather of spring and late summer. Summer heat makes the bulbs woody and dry. Provide fertilizer and adequate moisture for optimum growth.

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06/19/2018
Steven G.
United States

Grand Duke kohlrabi

The grand do did not germinate both packages but the red highbred did so far only satisfied with the red highbred

06/21/2018

Pinetree Garden Seeds

Hi Steven - I'm sorry to hear that your Grand Duke Kohlrabi did not germinate for you. We do guarantee the germination of our seeds. We will contact you via email. Thanks, Pinetree Garden Seeds

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02/08/2018
Dave Salamone
Indianapolis, IN

GRAND DUKE KOHLRABI

Last year was the first year I grew GRAND DUKE KOHLRABI. I have grown several other varieties in the past. The GRAND DUKE KOHLRABI's are the best they were huge, hardy, fast growing and delicious. Don't waste your time growing anything else. I grow them from seeds in my basement like tomatoes, peppers and cabbage. I recommend this variety I believe it is a former AAS Winner. I am growing this variety again this year.

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