4 edition of Second-crop purple top turnip found in the catalog.
Second-crop purple top turnip
David W. Evans
1988 by College of Agriculture and Home Economics Research Center, Washington State University in Pullman .
Written in English
|Other titles||Second crop purple top turnip.|
|Series||Research bulletin -- XB0999., Research bulletin (Washington State University. College of Agriculture and Home Economics. Research Center) -- 999.|
|Contributions||Cline, T. A.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8 p. :|
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SOWING: Seed outdoors as soon as soil is workable in early second crop in late summer for fall harvest. Cover seeds with 1/4 inch fine soil. Space rows 15 to 18 inches apart. THINNING: When young seedlings are 2 to 4 inches tall, thin to 4 to 6 inches apart. GERMINATION: 10 to 14 days or longer, Second-crop purple top turnip book upon soil and weather conditions.
White Globe Purple Tops are a brassica family plant that deer and livestock love to eat. Turnips are tolerant of moderate frost as seedlings in spring, and as mature plants in fall. White Globe Purple Top Turnip is an excellent Second-crop purple top turnip book conditioner as well as a forage product.
Turnip produces high-quality forage if grazed before heading.5/5(1). Purple Top Turnip is a versatile garden vegetable with deliciously sweet and tender white bulbs. The turnips can be up to 6 inches diameter, Second-crop purple top turnip book are purple on top and white towards the base.
The whole plant can be eaten, the leaves make good southern style greens for salad and Purple Top White Globe Turnips have high vitamin content. Turnip Purple Top White Globe, is sweet and mild and can be grown for both its greens and roots.
The very tasty, sweet and mild roots are eaten fresh or cooked like potatoes. The greens are even more nutritious and are considered one of best flavours in the greens category. Purple Top White Globes store particularly well/5(8).
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Vol. 7, Issue 1, pp Turnip (Brassica rapa L.) is a root Brassica crop and has been used as a vegetable for human consumption in Europe since prehistoric times.
Turnip root has been a popular livestock fodder for at least years wherever the crop can be grown. For most of. When planting turnips, plant them at ten-day intervals, which will allow you to grow turnips for harvesting every couple of weeks throughout the season.
Harvesting Turnips. Come summertime, about 45 to 50 days after planting, you can pull a turnip up and see if it’s ready for harvest. Start harvesting turnips once you find a mature turnip.
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Have smooth, making my mind participating in their path, but you know little Second-crop purple top turnip book and then re lead to the same. According to several seed companies, Kandy Korn Second-crop purple top turnip book a day corn, and I know from experience the leaves have a purple appearance.
That's what I grew for the first couple of years. Last year, my corn stalks didn't have any purple - and whatever variety I grew was still super sweet but got ready much quicker than 91 days. A first Second-crop purple top turnip book early globe shaped pure white turnip as the name suggests with an excellent sweet flavour.
Best harvested no larger than a tennis ball. Fast to mature and perfect for succession sowings into early autumn. The tops can also be utilised for tasty greens. 35 to 45 days. Sow a second crop in late summer for an autumn / winter harvest/5(8).
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You can plant a second crop in mid- to late summer for a fall harvest. When growing plants on a trellis, space them about 1 to 3 feet apart, allowing the main stem to reach the top for support.
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Though a well-maintained vegetable garden can be a lot of work, the outdoor exercise will mean better. Turnips are often planted as a second crop on some of the oat acreage. After the oats and straw are harvested in July, BreDahl typically disks the ground, broadcasts 4 to 5 pounds of turnip seed along with 50 pounds dry N per acre, and then disks the ground again, lightly.
A maxim directed that, “the later turnips are grown the better they are for table.” Because of the late date for sowing, turnips usually were a second crop in a field during a season, following a grain or peas.
Early on the power of the turnip to fix nutrients in the soil as well. I have had a perennial potato bed for 8 years with no disease. The potatoes do not grow into the soil (the place they get dis-ease).
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During the same period, other turnip varieties have nearly equal top and root production, except ‘Purple Top’ has a greater root than top production. The significance in the proportion of tops and roots is that the crude protein concentration (8 to 10 percent) of roots is approximately one-half of that in turnip tops.
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