Things are looking up. I have some turnips ready. The sugar peas are a few days off, but I snitched a few small pods any way.
92 today and the rel. humidity is 24%.
Jal, your turnups look great, but this post taught me something new. I would have never though about a second generation plant bearing the same flowering tendencies as its parent, but it makes sense...I learn something new everyday here.jal_ut wrote:applestar, Turnips usually grow as a biennial. Occasionally you will get one that wants to be an annual. In fact I pulled one such plant out of my row today. I won't save seed from the annual ones because I don't want to grow annual turnips.
I made the mistake of saving some seed from a chard plant that went to seed on its first year. When I planted the seed it all wanted to bloom and I didn't get the nice big leaves I expect from chard.