«Ramoso» - Organic Broccoli Seeds
Calabrese 'Volta' produces rich green flavoursome heads in Autumn. 'Volta' is an easy to grow variety with bacterial disease tolerance, making it an ideal Calabrese for chemical-free gardening.
Organic Broccoli «Volta»Calabrese 'Volta' produces rich green flavoursome heads in Autumn. 'Volta' is an easy to grow variety with bacterial disease tolerance, making it an ideal Calabrese for chemical-free gardening.
How to GrowBroccoli grows best in the cooler season and prefers temperatures between 65 and 75 F. (18-24 C.), so it’s a good rule of thumb when trying to figure out when to plant broccoli so that they grow mostly during these temperatures. When planting broccoli in the spring, allow plenty of time to harvest the broccoli before the weather becomes too hot. As far as broccoli growing tips go when planting broccoli, make sure the rows are 3 feet apart, with the plants 1 1/2 to 2 feet apart.
Growing broccoli is done best in soils that are well-drained with a texture between sandy and clay loam. Make sure the soil pH is between 5.8 and 6.5. Broccoli plants require lots of sunshine for the most part, but these are forgiving plants and will also tolerate partially shaded locations of the garden, which is nice for those lacking full sun. One of the best broccoli growing tips is to provide a uniform water supply to your plants. You should water the garden in the morning so the foliage is dry before the sun goes down.
Make sure you water the broccoli enough to moisten the soil to a depth of at least 6 inches. If you only sprinkle the plants lightly, your broccoli will have shallow roots and not get the nutrients it needs to provide you with a good crop. Broccoli needs lots of nutrients. A general rule for fertilization of the plants when growing broccoli would be to apply 5-10-10 to the soil before planting broccoli in the soil.