White cabbage KAMIENNA GŁOWA - KAMIENNA GŁOWA OZJ 5g (Brassica oleracea var. capitata alba)
White pointed cabbage 'KAMIENNA GŁOWA' late variety
Kamienna Głowa cabbage is a late variety (vegetation period of 130 to 150 days). It is characterized by fairly large heads, which can reach from 3.5 to 4.5 kg.
It develops large, white inner leaves, while the outer leaves surrounding it are green. The heads usually have a round or slightly flattened shape and are very tight. The variety is distinguished by a fairly high stem, which can be from 18 to 25 cm high.
Kamienna Głowa is one of the most productive varieties of white cabbage in Poland, and it is also the best variety for pickling. It also tastes good when eaten raw or cooked. It does not have particularly high soil requirements, but on more fertile soil, it gives a large, stable yield. It can be sensitive to water deficiency and requires watering in dry years. It does not tend to crack and is also distinguished by its exceptional storage durability.
Number of seeds: 300-350 pcs. per gram
Sowing rate: 0.3-0.6 kg/1ha
Sowing time: 3rd decade of February - 2nd decade of March
Planting time: 2nd decade of May
Spacing: 40x50 cm
Vegetation period: 130-150 days
Harvest time: 3rd decade of September - 2nd decade of October
On the back of each package there is information about the description of the plant, the weight or quantity of seeds, the sowing date of the seeds from a given batch and tips on growing the plant.
On each package there is also information that "The packaging serves as evidence for the complaint". When opening the packaging, remember not to cut off or tear off important parts that contain information on it - e.g. batch numbers, sowing dates, etc.