Description TURNIP DES VERTUS MARTEAUEarly variety. Grow within 40 days after germination. Roots are elongated, white. White, crispy, juicy flesh, mild taste. Sown directly to the soil from late March until mid-June. Seedlings are tolerant to frost up to -4 ºC. Young leaves can be used for food as well. The crops are thinned leaving only the strongest plants. Not...
Description TURNIP GOLDANAMedium-early variety. It is planted as seedlings or sown directly into soil. Harvested in 90 days, however, this variety can be grown for “baby” turnips, and then it can be harvested in 7–8 weeks after seed germination when turnips reach the size of a tennis ball. Roots are round, flesh is yellowish, juicy, mild tasting and faintly sweet....
Description TURNIP PURPLE TOP WHITE GLOBEMedium-early variety. Roots are round, white with pink-violet surface, the flesh is juicy. Seeds are sown directly into soil or seedlings are planted. Harvested in 60 days after planting the seedlings. Roots used fresh, boiled, marinated. It stay well during the winter. Not demanding to the soil, but in shortage of moisture...
Description TURNIP PLATTE WITTE MEIOne of the earliest turnip varieties. Roots and flesh are white , juicy, mild-tasting. Young leaves can be also used for food. Direct seed from the end of March to the end of June. Crop thinning is recommended by keeping the strongest plants. Timely harvesting is very important as overgrown turnips are hard and unsavoury. The taste...
Description TURNIP GOLDANA Harvested in 90 days, however, this variety can be grown for “baby” turnips, and then it can be harvested in 7–8 weeks after seeds germination. Roots are round, flesh is juicy, mild tasting and faintly sweet.
Description TURNIP GOLDANAMedium early variety. Raw, cooked or pickled juicy roots are used for food. Holds well throughout the winter. A vegetable, which is not demanding in terms of soil. Planted as seedlings or sown directly into the soil.