Kohlrabi Varieties that aren't Woody - Knowledgebase Question

Harris, MN
Question by Irkfetz
September 19, 1999
Are there certain types of kohlrabi that you can pick a little larger and have less of a chance of being woody?


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Answer from NGA
September 19, 1999

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Burpee offers 'Kossak Hybrid' an 8-10 inch kolhrabi that they describe as "always tender, with sweet, delicate flavor." You can order it online. Also, in "Vegetable Gardening for Dummies," Charlie Nardozzi recommends 'Superschmelz' as a football-sized kohrabi that stays tender and doesn't get woody. I hope one of these works for you!

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