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Growing Celeriac

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04 Oct 08 walter (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
I'd grown successfully celeriac in Caboolture, about 8 metres about the sea level. The bulbs were as big and juicy as any I found in the shops, presumably brought in from the South. They grow quicker but are still biennial. In summer, watch out for soil pests. Spray with weak wettable sulphur(the bulbs, when they start forming).Plant in early spring in punnets and plant out when leaves are formed. keep moist and in well drained rich soil.
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