A first early variety, maturing late August to October. Produces good yields of tight, evenly spaced buttons with superb flavor.
|V16007 : Churchill|
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Start in the greenhouse and transplant in early to mid summer, when one would start long season cabbage. Seeds should be planted 4 - 5 weeks before transplanting. Allow 90 - 100 days for plants to mature. For summer harvest, you must plant transplants of an early, heat-resistant variety in very early spring. Sprouts maturing in hot weather or under dry conditions are more likely to develop bitterness. Fall production is the most desirable in a large portion of the country. Plant 24" - 36" apart in the row and 30" - 36" apart in rows.
Brussels are grown much like cole crops, cabbage and broccoli.
Harvest sprouts when buds from heads one to two inches in diameter. Pick sprouts when they are firm. Lower sprouts mature first.