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Growing Kohlrabi

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28 Nov 16 noel (Australia - temperate climate)
Gooday , do you need to hill them or do they produce above ground? most pics i have seen are above ground ,is this right ?
02 Nov 18 Margaret (Australia - temperate climate)
The stem swells just above the ground. No need to hill them.
17 Oct 17 Miriam Blye (Australia - temperate climate)
Yes above the ground in garden beds
29 Nov 16 John (Australia - temperate climate)
Kohlrabi is botanically the same plant as cabbage. The stalks and leaves can be used in stir fries, soups and coleslaw making it very versatile.
29 Nov 16 John (Australia - temperate climate)
Hello Noel, Kohlrabi is a swollen stem, not a root, tuber or bulb and it forms above the ground. To achieve good results ensure watering is consistent to avoid stringiness or bitterness. Trust this helps.
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