Curly cale "Kapral & Rednex" (on the tape).
Mix variety with red and green curly leaves, 30–35 cm tall. The leaves are used for salads, green smoothies, soups. Grown for the spring-autumn harvest. These vegetables not only have great nutritional value, but are also decorative elements that will decorate the beds. Sow in March or April for spring harvesting, in May for autumn harvest.
Saplings should be planted at a distance of 45-60 cm from each other, the distance between rows is 60-80 cm. If grown in early spring on small leaves, the seeds should be sown thickly; Leaves for food can be cut or pulled out in 20 days. It is very important to ensure that the growing plants have enough moisture, the best growth temperature is +16+17°C.
When grown for fall harvest, the kale can be left outdoors until December.
The composition of the mixture in the package: KAPRAL 66.6% (2.66 m), REDNEX 33.3% (1.34 m).
A 4 m tape should give approx. 180 high quality plants and a bountiful harvest.
Eng.: Curly cale. Suom.: LEHTIKAALI. Sven.: Purpurkål. Bot.: Brassica oleracea L. convar. acephala (DC) Alef var. sabellica L.