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Growing Kohlrabi

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21 May 18 Kat (Australia - temperate climate)
HI, I am trying to grow Kohlrabi for the fist time. We live in Newcastle, north of Sydney. I planted the seeds at least a month ago. Lots of leaves but no swelling at the base yet. I was wondering how long it takes to form?
23 May 18 Mike (Australia - temperate climate)
It says 7-10 weeks - give it some time if it is only 1 mth old.
23 May 18 Kat (Australia - temperate climate)
Thanks. I have read elsewhere that it may be too warm here to grow it successfully. I hope not tho as my son has been eagerly looking forward to seeing this rather unusual veggie growing. :)
15 Jul 19 Marion (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
I live on the Mid North Coast and find no issues growing them up here.
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