RED TURMERIC (Tuber)

$6.50
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***NOT TO TAS***  (Curcuma longa)  A deeper coloured turmeric root with a characteristically high natural curcumin content.   Grown on a chemical free farm in NSW.  

Able to be grown in all light-frost & frost-free areas of Australia. Roots reach maturity 9-10 months after planting & may be dug whole or 'bandicooted' as needed.  Best harvested after plant dies down in Late Autumn / Early Winter. To make turmeric powder, simply boil & peel roots, dehydrate & process in blender to form a powder.  High yields.

Tubers come in large pieces which may be broken up into smaller pieces to create more plants.

 

(BULBREDTUR)

SKU BULBREDTUR
Shipping Weight 0.4510kg

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