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Turnip plants are cool season vegetables that can be grown for both their roots and their nutritious greens. To get the most from your turnip harvest, it helps to have the right turnip plant care information. That’s where we come in. The articles that follow will help with growing turnips in the garden.
Turnips are cool season vegetables grown for both their roots and for their nutrient rich green tops. Sometimes you may see cracked roots on your turnips or rotten turnip roots. What causes turnips to crack and how can you fix turnip cracking? Find out here.
Turnips are a popular, cool season root crop grown in many parts of the United States. But is it still good to eat once it's bolted? Learn more about why turnips go to seed and what to do when a turnip plant bolts here.
Turnips grow quickly and are ready for harvest in as little as two months. There are many varieties to choose from and each has a slightly different mature date. When are turnips ready for picking? Find out in this article.
The bulbous roots of turnip plants are often eaten as a vegetable, but the greens provide a zesty cooked side dish too. There are many health benefits of turnip greens. Read here for tips on how and when to pick turnip greens.