Growing Brussels sprouts

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15 Dec 20 Damian Orisakwe (South Africa - Dry summer sub-tropical climate)
Can Brussels Sprouts grow in hot West African weather? If yes, what type can survive? Thanks. Damian
18 Dec 20 Anonymous (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Brussels sprouts are a cool/climate crop. If your temperatures go down below about 6-8 a fair bit in winter then you would plant seeds early autumn and seedlings mid/late autumn.

Can Brussels Sprouts grow in hot West African weather? If yes, what type can survive? Thanks. Damian

- Damian Orisakwe

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