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Cauliflower is a cool season vegetable and problems with cauliflower arise when they are grown under warm conditions. Learn about the proper way to grow cauliflower plants and how to care for them throughout the season in the articles that follow.
Knowing what type of cauliflower diseases may afflict the veggie and troubleshooting these cauliflower problems will aid in the healthy production and yield of the plant. Click this article to learn more about treating these issues.
If you’re looking for a little bit of a challenge in your garden this year, why not try growing cauliflower from seeds? This article provides information on planting cauliflower seeds. Click here for a cauliflower seed planting guide.
Why are my cauliflowers wilting? What can I do about wilting cauliflower? This is a discouraging development for home gardeners, and troubleshooting cauliflower problems isn’t always easy. For helpful tips, click this article.
Cauliflower bugs can decimate the crop and make the flower head unfit to eat. Treating bugs on cauliflower starts with correct identification of the pest and a targeted control plan that is non-toxic and safe for food plants. This article will help.
Companion planting pairs two or more types of plants for the mutual benefit of each other. In this particular article, we’re going to delve into cauliflower companion planting. What cauliflower companion plants grow well with cauliflower?
I love cauliflower and usually grow some in the garden. I generally buy bedding plants, although cauliflower can be started from seed. That fact gave me a thought. Where do cauliflower seeds come from? This article will help answer that.
Can you grow cauliflower in a container? Cauliflower is a large vegetable, but the roots are surprising shallow. If you have a container wide enough to accommodate the plant, you can definitely grow this tasty veggie. Click here to learn more.
Sensitivity to weather and environmental conditions make cauliflower prone to numerous growing problems. Usually, the issues center on cauliflower curd problems such as headless cauliflower. Learn more about this in the following article.
While all cole crops require cool temperatures for maximum production, cauliflower is by far the most temperamental, leading to a number of issues such as cauliflower ricing, wherein a fuzzy growth appears on cauliflower heads. Learn more here.
Cauliflower is grown for its head, or curd, which is composed of a cluster of flowers. The head is most often pure white to a slight cream in color, but what if there is a purple tint on cauliflower? Is it safe to eat purple cauliflower? This article will help.
Cauliflower is a cool season vegetable that is more difficult to grow than its Brassicacea brethren. As such, it is susceptible to a number of cauliflower curd problems, one of which is loose heads on cauliflower. Read this article to learn more.
Learning how or when to blanch a cauliflower is a commonly asked gardening question. It’s also a fairly important thing to know. So to help with becoming familiar with this garden procedure, read this article.
One of the most commonly asked questions we hear a lot about is when to cut cauliflower or how to harvest cauliflower. The answer to these questions can be found in the article that follows.