applestar wrote:Ah ha! I think that scarring might be the seedleaf node. Didn’t you say you direct sow these? ..... This is true of cabbage as well. It’s possible what you need to do with directly sown broccoli, etc. is to “hill” them up.
I'll make a point of it & see what happens; in the past some have been direct seeded but I think mostly raised as seedlings & planted out.
you failed to make sure the camera registered the way you are holding it and it was sideways.
Haha, I come from the time when you held the camera so as to frame the picture the way you wanted it and printed the negative accordingly. Not only that, if you finally preferred it reoriented you could just turn the print in your hand
How does a car lose a wheel?
It happens and it's more dangerous to onlookers than occupants. A liberated wheel can do a lot of damage but I believe the car generally stays upright and steerable. People have been known to describe their surprise at being passed by their own wheel. I guess it must be a case of studs improperly tightened, coming loose, getting worn away by sloppiness and shearing off or pulling out? What I find surprising is that the driver can be unaware that "something's not right."