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Fodder turnip 'Rogowska' - 500 g

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The fodder turnip "Rogowska" (Brassica rapa L. var. rapifera Metzg.) is an biennial plant of the cabbage family. It used to be a popular vegetable that has been widely substituted by potatoes in Europe. Now it is mostly grown as stubble catch crop for animal fodder. It is fed to ruminants due to its lactiferous properties.

The "Rogowska" fodder turnip develops a rosette that consists of entire or dentate, coarsely pubescent leaves that have distinct petioles. This plant is grown, though, for the storage roots This particular variety produces slightly flattened purplish-white roots.

Turnip does not have any special soil requirements. It grows well on loam-soil, fertile and weeded soil. It does not tolerate droughts and needs to be watered. The "Rogowska" variety does not stand acidic soils. It is also resistant to low temperatures. It's vegetation period lasts about 60 to 80 days. It will grow quickly in autumn even in colder years. Sow turnip seeds from July to beginning of August. It is commonly grown on stubble fields and is therefore sometimes called stubble turnip.

The "Rogowska" variety provides you with an excellent stubble crop alternative as catch crop or after crop. It can be stored in stacks until December. We recommend to feed it to animals right after the harvest.

One package contains 500 grams of the "Rogowska" fodder turnip seeds. The growing tips and sow-by date can be found at the back of the package.

  • Use: stubble crop; animal fodder; vegetable
  • Harvest time: 60 to 80 days after the sow
  • Vegetation form: biennial
  • Site: loam-soil, fertile and weeded soil
  • Weight: 500 g

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