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Turnip Seeds Hammer

Turnip Seeds Hammer

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Historical origin: The turnip (Brassica rapa var. rapa) is a plant that has been cultivated since ancient times, with evidence of its use in ancient Rome and Greece. Its origin is believed to be in Southeast Asia, but its cultivation has spread throughout various regions of the world due to its nutritional value and versatility in the kitchen.

Planting to Harvest Time: In general, sow in spring or fall for best results. The growing period from seed to harvest is approximately 6-8 weeks, although this can vary depending on specific growing conditions.

Soil: Hammerhead turnip does best in well-drained, loose soils rich in organic matter. A soil pH close to neutral (6.5 to 7.5) is optimal for its growth. The soil must be free of stones and other obstacles that may interfere with the development of the roots.

Climate and temperature: The hammerhead is a cold-hardy plant and prefers cool climates. It can grow in temperatures ranging from 10°C to 25°C, but does best in the 15°C to 20°C range. Extremely high temperatures can affect growth and root quality.

Watering: Hammerhead turnip requires constant watering to keep the soil moist, but not waterlogged. Lack of water can make the roots stringy and bitter, while too much water can lead to rot problems. It is important to prevent the soil from drying out completely during cultivation.

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