Cabbages grow above ground. Carrots, potatoes and radishes grow IN the ground.
Cabbages because they do not grow underground.
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Cabbages usually grow in Spring but they can also survive in Autumn for a while.
Cabbages grow above ground
30 days with water and sun
They are small cabbages that grow on a central stalk.
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Yes brussels sprouts are baby cabbages. Ive been researching this for several years. I am a scientist named Warblanew No, brussel sprouts are their own plant. They are related to cabbages, but they don't continue to get larger as they grow. They grow on a tall stalk and stay small even when they are mature.
No cabbage is tube root vegetable.It grows on the ground
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A hectare is 100m*100m = 10 000 square meters To grow cabbages you need a minimum spacing of 25 cm meaning that you should be able to grow a minimum of 16 cabbages per each square meter. So: 10 000 square meters * 16 =160 000 However we need to account of space lost due to irrigation systems and walking space between each bad. For simplicity we will assume we will loss 60 000 of the cabbages per per every hectare. Total cabbages 160 000 less allowance (60 000) Guaranteed cabbages 100 000 per every hectare by Zimhouse.com
I have noticed that Sweet Banana Peppers grow well here. Cabbages, kohlrabis, broccoli, brussels sprouts, etc. grow nicely
grapes, onions, sweet corn, cabbages, and apples
cabbage The originated in Brussels and are small cabbages that grow on a central stalk.
It takes 15 Days, It does not Regrow Either.
The leaves and the central stem from which the leaves grow are used when cooking cabbages.
Cabbages are harmful for Guinea Pigs.
The little cabbages that grow on the tall stalk. http://aboutgardening.files.wordpress.com/2008/06/brussel_sprout_igor.jpg
They bought lots of cabbages each week for the restaurant.