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Growing Celeriac

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17 Sep 14 Melisse Clark (Australia - cool/mountain climate)
I thought I planted celeriac at the right time - May, but now Sept & no bulbs. It's been nice & damp, good drainage with compost pre-dug in, planted in full sun, but cool thru winter. They look like they've had to much nitrogen though I haven't used it. If I added potassium now, how long could I/should I leave them?
11 Sep 16 Taleya (Australia - temperate climate)
If the plants have survived, then leave them as is - they should hopefully start to swell up into bulbs and give you harvestable produce by december/january
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