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kohlrabi growers ...Help me please

Posted by japus none (My Page) on
Sat, Sep 15, 12 at 21:28

Back in August I planted seeds from a closed package that should have been kohlrabi.
The image attached is what is growing.
I never grew kohlrabi before so I'm not sure oh how it looks when young, however I don't think this is kohlrabi.
This plant has tendrils sprouting looking for a spot to cling to.
If it is I am sure it's a warm weather plant and won't survive much longer, since fall is rapidly approaching.
Thanks
Jimmy


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RE: kohlrabi growers ...Help me please

I don't know what that is, but that is not kohlrabi. It is probably some type of squash or melon. What did the seed look like? Kohlrabi seeds are small dark round seeds, about 2 mm in diameter. Kohlrabi do not put out tendrils.


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RE: kohlrabi growers ...Help me please

Squash!
looks lovely. I have a feeling the seeds were flat, right.


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