TURNIP - MAMMOTH PURPLE TOP

$3.60
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(Brassica rapa)  Globe shaped root.  Commonly used in cooking with excellent flavour, as fodder crop or for green manure.  When left to mature also attracts bees, butterflies & other beneficial insects to the garden.  High yields.  

As a fodder crop, turnips offers feed during winter when grasses are scarce.

Best grown in cooler areas preferring cool, moist soil.

Best sown in Autumn & Spring.

Broadcast at a rate of 4-5kg/ha or 1g/sqm

 

(GreenManureTurMam-1)

SKU GreenManureTurMam-1
Shipping Weight 0.0300kg

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