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Hi, Can somebody advise me if there is a variety of Beetroot that can be
sown in trays and then transplanted out. Thanks.



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Hi, Can somebody advise me if there is a variety of Beetroot that can be
sown in trays and then transplanted out. Thanks.

We have had success with sowing and transplanting beetroot Boltardy,
though I should say that IOHO they are not the best variety in terms of
culinary use. New varieties of bolt resistant beetroot are now becoming
more available including golden types. Chase/organic catalogue offers
Boltardy, Libero, Early Wonder, Golden, Carillon, Moneta and a baby beet
Detroit 2 Bolivar with varying degrees of bolt resistance.
Details from: www.OrganicCatalog.com
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Alan & Joan Gould - North Lincs.


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