BRASSICA OLERACEA VAR GEMMIFERA PDF

Scientific name, Brassica oleracea var. gemmifera. Taxonomy navigation. Up › Brassica oleracea. Down Terminal (leaf) node. Common name, Brussel sprouts. Brassica oleracea var. gemmifera. Botanical Name: Brassica oleracea var. gemmifera. Common Name(s): Brussels sprouts. Categories: Fruits and Vegetables. Brussels sprout (Brassica oleracea var. gemmifera) as its name suggests, originated in Belgium, probably near Brussels. Although Brussels sprouts were.

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Brussels sprout | Groninger | Brassica oleracea var. gemmifera

A cool-season vegetable that is not as adaptable as broccoli. Prefers cool, moist conditions and has a long growing season. Can tolerate much lower temperatures than other cabbage crops. Caterpillars, and aphids on stressed plants that suffer from a lack of moisture and nutrients.

Downy mildew and black rot on seedlings gemmmifera warm, moist weather.

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Sprouts are ready to be picked four to five months after transplanting. Strip lower leaves if the sprouts are small. Six to nine plants should be sufficient for a family of four persons.

Sow every four weeks to prolong the harvest. Brussels sprouts has a long growing season.

Tall, upright-growing plants reaching to mm in height. The sprouts are borne along the stem.

Sow seeds from mid- to late summer ileracea seed trays and transplant seedlings. Plant mm apart in the row. The plant requires well-drained, medium to heavy clay soils that have been well prepared with large quantities of general fertilizer, manure and compost.

Brussels Sprouts (Brassica oleracea var. gemmifera)-Hort Answers – University of Illinois Extension

Search Our Plant Directory Search for: Fruits and Vegetables Description: Common Pests and Diseases Caterpillars, and aphids on stressed plants that suffer from a lack of moisture and nutrients. Harvest Sprouts are ready to be picked four to five months after transplanting. Interesting Info Brussels sprouts has a long growing season. Maintenance Feed the plants with nitrogen fertilizer once a month.

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Planting Instructions Sow seeds from mid- to late summer in seed trays and transplant seedlings. Soil Conditions The plant requires well-drained, medium to heavy clay soils that have been well prepared with large quantities of general fertilizer, manure and compost. Pin It on Pinterest.