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Old June 18, 2021   #31
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I have already finished this project this year, but I have prepared Aalsmeer cauliflower seeds and Nine Star broccoli for next season. Because they are not self-pollinating plants, I left more plants and pollinated the flowers by hand. I seem to have succeeded. I will let the seeds ripen and then check their germination. Sowing for next winter is approaching, I will sow in less than two months. I still have two Walcherin Winter plants wrapped and pollinated, but I have to wait until all the flowers are over.
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Old June 20, 2021   #32
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On Thursday I sowed early cauliflower Beta for the autumn harvest. This sowing date proved itself to me last year.
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