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Can you grow brussel sprouts from a brussel sprout?

Brussels sprouts can be grown in just about any home vegetable garden if you have patience. Brussels Sprouts plants require a very long growing season. However they actually taste better when they are hit with a slight frost, so although they are a late harvest, they are a relatively long one.

People also ask, can you grow brussel sprouts from the stalk?

Brussels sprouts produce sprouts from the bottom of the stalk to the top. The rest of the plant will continue to produce, even after several heavy touches of frost. You can also cut the entire stalk, and store it in a refrigerator or root cellar for several weeks.

Likewise, are brussel sprouts hard to grow? Brussels sprouts are relatively easy to grow and take up little space in the garden. They must be started indoors 4 weeks before your last frost date. This is a long season crop planted in spring for a fall harvest.

Similarly, you may ask, why are my brussel sprouts not forming?

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Here’s an out take from a Brussels sprouts article: “Brussels sprouts are not difficult to grow but they are heavy feeders and need supplemental fertilization or heavily amended soil. However, soils that have been worked prior to planting are too loose to support good growth. This condition produces loose sprouts.

Can you grow brussel sprouts in a greenhouse?

You can plant and grow them in your greenhouse in winter for the colder temperatures. Cover the nursery with sifted mature fertilizer a week before transplanting. Transplant the seedlings spacing them 12 inches apart and water them well during this period.

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