Broccoli is a member of mustered family and is planted in cool places where sun shines about 6 to 8 hours directly. It is the most common plant that is grown in the home garden (or in backyard) especially in the early spring. Broccoli is also known for its faster growth (about two months), but the maturing limit of central crown is 70 to 95 days.
How to plant;
Harvest when petals inside turn yellow and head buds are firm and large enough. Cut central heads of 4 to 6 inches by leaving 6 inches of stem attached for development of the side shoots for later harvesting/picking.
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