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Growing Cauliflower

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23 Oct 18 Sue (New Zealand - cool/mountain climate)
Please can you explain why my cauliflowers have small heads 10cm and open.some were planted April and August. The soil has a lot of compost in it.
24 Oct 18 Mike (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Read your NZ guide for caulies - plant seed in Feb. You grow them into the winter. You would probably have them picked by July/Aug. Something I have never been able to grow in our sub tropical area.
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