|Dynamic Accumulator:||P (Phosphorus)
|Propagation: Seeds:||Self fertile
|Posted by bitbit (Baltimore County, MD - Zone 7a) on Sep 19, 2013 12:05 AM
More than most Brassicas, Brussels sprouts are dependent on the soil type to produce properly. In soil that is not sufficiently compacted, sprouts will be loose and leafy rather than tight and round. For illustration of this, compare photos submitted by vic (tight sprouts) to the one from bitbit (looser sprouts). However, flavor is not affected, so you can grow tasty Brussels sprouts even if your garden, like mine, is built on sandy soil.
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|piksihk||On January 3, 2021||Seeds sown
old seeds 2013
|GaNinFl||On January 21, 2019||Seeds sown|
|antsinmypants||On April 9, 2021||Transplanted
In garden one.
|antsinmypants||On February 15, 2021||Plant emerged
9 out of 10 emerged.
|antsinmypants||On February 11, 2021||Seeds sown
Indoors under lights.