Rutabaga

Rutabaga growing taproot leaf plant of the genus Brassica also known as Swedish turnip or swede, Rutabaga annual plant, grow in temperate climate.

Taproot shape is top, taproot colors: in the top purple in the lower part yellow-white.

Leaves green can be 20-40 cm. Flowers are yellow very small flowers grow on inflorescence, the pods are edible

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Requirements for growing Rutabaga:
Well drain soil, airy soil, clean from stone or hard object

What is the best way to start growing Rutabaga:
Seedling / Seed

Is it necessary to graft or use vegetative reproduction in Rutabaga?
No

Difficulties/Problems with growing Rutabaga:
Need clean ground from stone

When is the best time to plant a Rutabaga plant:
Spring

Pests and diseases in Rutabaga:
Pieris (butterfly), slugs

When is the best time to prune a Rutabaga plant?
All season

How to prune a Rutabaga:
No need to prune

What is the size of a Rutabaga plant?
Leaves 20-40 cm, taproot 4-10 cm, flower stem 70-100 cm

Growth speed in Rutabaga:
Medium growing

Rutabaga Irrigation Water Management:
Average amount of water

Light conditions in optimal condition for growing Rutabaga:
Full Sun

It is possible to grow Rutabaga indoor?
No

Growing Rutabaga is also possible in a planter /flowerpot / containers:
Yes

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When does Rutabaga bloom?
Summer

General information about the flower:
Small yellow flowers grow on inflorescence

Thinning / Deadheading of Rutabaga Blossom:
Unless you want to save the seeds recommend thinning

Pollination is done by:
Bee and butterfly

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When to trim Rutabaga leaves?
Spring / Summer

How to trim Rutabaga leaves?
Trim the leaves in the base of the leave next to the root, for salad young leaves for cooked mature leaves

Information about Rutabaga leaves:
Green leaves 20-30 cm,

Uses of Rutabaga leaves:
Cooked, stir fry, salad

Roots: 

Information about  Rutabaga's taproot:
Shape is top, taproot colors: in the top purple in the lower part yellow-white

When to pull up Rutabaga's taproot:
About 50-60 days to harvest, when sow in the autumn it's in the winter, when sow in the spring it's in the summer

Uses of Rutabaga leaves:
Cooked, salad