Posted: 29/10/2016 at 12:36
Beetroot dont really like being moved...they can simply sulk. However worth trying.
think it was good old Geoff Hamilton who referred to Beetroot being a maritime crop and thriving with seaweed. Grows esp well on coastal land.......here for example. delicious reliable crops every year......seaweed added of course
the big advantage in growing in situ is the ease and convenience. Once sown, esp monogerm varieties, that's it. No modules, no gh space no transplanting. think about that when time is so short and life is so hectic in the spring sowing season.
as always folks, FEEDBACK is so important on a forum like this so let us know how you get on ...modules or open ground?
Last edited: 29 October 2016 12:38:43