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German green top Swede, Rutabaga 'Gelbe Wilhelmsburger' (Brassica napus)

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German green top Swede, Rutabaga 'Gelbe Wilhelmsburger' (Brassica napus)
German green top Swede, Rutabaga 'Gelbe Wilhelmsburger' (Brassica napus) #0
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Item number
MA-0121
Seed quantity:
100 Pcs.
Botanical name:
Brassica napus ssp. rapifera
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Seeds
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Description

Swedes are a very common vegetable plant in northern Germany and were introduced in the 17th century from Scandinavia. Surprisingly, swedes are related to rapeseed plants and not just another typical edible root vegetable. Around the northern cities
Hamburg and Lübeck, a classic recipe with these green top rutabagas would be to prepare a thick, stewy soup with them in winter time.

The crops of the variety 'Gelbe Wilhelmsburger' are lovely round-shaped roots and their flesh is of the typical swede yellow.

Package with approx. 100 German green top rutabaga seeds

Growing instructions
The seeds may be sown directly into the ground outdoors between June and July, about 0,5-1cm deep. Seedlings require spreading out later with a distance of about 40cmin between the plants. Swedes can be harvested from September till the beginning of the frost period.

Details: Plant description & care

Plant family:
Brassicaceae
Root system :
Taproot
Flower colour:
Yellow
Location:
Partially shady, Sun
Water requirements:
Moderately moist
Winter hardy up to:
–10 °C

Sowing & cultivation

Sowing time outdoors:
April, July, June, May
Sowing depth:
1 cm
Best germination temperature :
15 – 18 °C
Germination time in days:
6 – 10
Planting distance approx.:
40 x 40 cm
Main harvest:
December , November, October, September

Companion planting

Bad intercropping partners:
Cabbage, Garlic, Kohlrabi, Onions, rhabarber, schnittlauch
Good intercropping partners:
Celery, Chard, Cucumbers, Dill, Endive, Summer savory, Tomatoes, borretsch

Other names

German names:
Bodenkohlrabi, Butterrübe, Dotsche, Erdkohlrabi, Knutsche, Kohlrübe, Schwedische Rübe, Untererdkohlrabi, Unterkohlrabi, Wruke
English names:
Neep, Swede, Swede rape, Swedish turnip, Tumshie, Turnip, Yellow turnip
French names:
Chou de Siam, Chou suédois, Chou–navet, Navet, Navet fourrager, Navet jaune
Spanish names:
Colinabo, Naba

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