Brussels sprouts Divino F1

Brussels sprouts Divino F1

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Recommendations :
Indoor sowing : 4 weeks before transplanting in the garden. (*)
(*) From 7 to 10 days after the date of the last ground frost.

Will produce medium sized sprouts, on a strong and erect plant. The taste will be sweeter if you harvest them after a couple of frosts.

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Cultural practices : Brussels sprouts can be sown indoors four to five weeks before the last frost or in the ground in early May. Rotating crops is essential to prevent disease.

Soil : Brussels sprouts prefer loose, well-prepared soil that retains moisture well. It is recommended to use a fertilizer that includes nitrogen and to maintain good watering.

Spacing : when transplanting or thinning, leave 30 cm to 45 cm between plants in rows spaced 45 cm to 60 cm apart.

Growing tips : to aid the development of the upper shoots, pinch off the end of the plant in late summer.

Harvest : harvest shoots from the bottom of the stem when they are 2.5 cm to 3 cm in diameter. The taste will be enhanced after a light frost. Eat fresh or freeze for winter. They can be stored in the cold for a limited period.

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Rival plant

chive, garlic, savory, strawberry, tomato

Companion plants

absinthe, arugula, bean, beet, borage, celery, celeriac, chamomile, chard, dill, endive, lettuce, marjoram, mint, onion, oregano, potato, rosemary, sage ,shallot, thyme

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