• Cabbage Red Rodynda

Short stemmed red cabbage which keeps very well. This has been well tried amongst organic growers in Europe. Sow April. Transplant May or June. 

Cabbage, Winter : Rodynda

Brassica Oleracea

Approx. 250-350 seeds per gram

Rodyna : Deep-burgundy red medium-large heads with short stems. Medium-storage cabbage. 

How to grow:

Grow in the brassica section of your rotation.

Sow Autumn Winter cabbages in the brassica seed bed in April.

Transplant into the permanent position between May and June up to 45 cm apart. Harvest early Autumn and winter.


Pests and diseases:

The seedlings can be susceptible to slug damage and the older plants can be ruined by cabbage white butterfly caterpillars.

The best way to protect from this is to net with netting during the Summer. Once harvested the stems can be composted but they are very tough. You can pulverise them with a hammer to help them break down faster.

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Cabbage Red Rodynda

  • Product Code: CARO
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  • €2.75

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