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Growing Kohlrabi

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14 Oct 17 Miriam Blye (Australia - temperate climate)
Which is the best way to sow my kohlrabi seeds straight into the garden or planting pots in the sun room? Thanks
16 Oct 17 Mike (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
It does say plant straight into the garden. A general rule I use is - if a very small/small seed use a pot or seed tray. If seed is bigger then straight into the garden. A small seed (cabbage/lettuce) takes a lot of looking after to get it established - 3-4 weeks. Things like corn/bean/pea seeds will boom. It also depends on the weather also. The hot or cool time of the year.
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