CAULIFLOWER-SNOWBALL EARLY-ORGANIC

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Snowball early is an early maturing strain of the true short-leaved Snowball type of cauliflower. The heads are of medium to large size, solid, compact, round, very white and curd-like, and are developed very early. This early variety is about 10 days ahead of most varieties normally grown in Australia. Approx. 65 days from transplant

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Snowball early is an early maturing strain of the true short-leaved Snowball type of cauliflower. The heads are of medium to large size, solid, compact, round, very white and curd-like, and are developed very early. This early variety is about 10 days ahead of most varieties normally grown in Australia. Approx. 65 days from transplant to maturity. It originated in USA in 1888. QTY 0.50 g approx 120 seeds
Snowball early is an early maturing strain of the true short-leaved Snowball type of cauliflower. The heads are of medium to large size, solid, compact, round, very white and curd-like, and are developed very early. This early variety is about 10 days ahead of most varieties normally grown in Australia. Approx. 65 days from transplant to maturity. It originated in USA in 1888. Cauliflowers like cool weather for fastest development and need well drained, well limed, rich soil for best flavour. Plant the seeds from October to April in Cool and Temperate areas and from February to April in Tropical and Subtropical areas. The seeds should be sown 0.5-1.0cm deep about 50-75cm apart in rows 75-100cm apart. Cauliflower like other members of the Brassica genus, requires a fertile soil with good moisture-holding capacity. It does not generally do well in hot weather, the best success being with Autumn & Winter plantings. A full sun position is advantageous. QTY 0.50 g approx 120 seeds

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