Discussion in 'Edible Gardening' started by Zigs, Mar 11, 2018.
...gave me these? I know I didn't buy them
Not me ... but a tip for you ... ... don't eat them like that They are much nicer, and more nutritious, once planted and grown to full size
I've sown half a tray of those and half a tray of gloden globe The ones above are 5 years out of date but giving them a go
Oh, that may have been in the ones I gave you
Ta I'll keep you posted
I like the wording on the seed packet, "New type - Less thinning", does that mean.."Poor Germination"? How else do you achieve less thinning? Steve...
Beetroot seed is a fruit, with each containing several seeds all of which can germinate. Moneta is a variety that has been bred to have only one seed per fruit so called monogerm varieties.
Very interesting @NigelJ . I remember the 1st time I ever sowed Beetroot and was flabbergasted at the massive number of seedlings. I didn't think I had sowed that thickly. Your explanation solves the puzzle. Many thanks.
GC word of the week goes to Silu, who apparently has previously been...
I shall compare the Moneta to the Gloden Globe beetroot as they come up
@Zigs you have a subtle way of asking about something Which one of you lot...
That's because he's polite on here!
@shiney I won't like to think in reality terms
I knew it was one of you lot and not the other lot, they give me t shirts and amber
I *could* tell you ... but Ziggy would make compost out of me if I did
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