Parsnips, looking good

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Parsnips, looking good

Postby Stephen » Sun Nov 17, 2019 4:18 pm

After the issues with my leeks, I'm delighted that my parsnips (which germinated extraordinarily well) are looking great.
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Re: Parsnips, looking good

Postby Westi » Sun Nov 17, 2019 7:23 pm

Looking good Stephen! Mine are pretty erratic, even some I tried in the potato sack things are forked, but have some good ones as well but yours look much bigger.
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Re: Parsnips, looking good

Postby oldherbaceous » Tue Nov 19, 2019 3:55 pm

They do look good Stephen...I haven't got any this year, just down to not having the best of starts to the year...but next year!!! :)
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Re: Parsnips, looking good

Postby Primrose » Tue Nov 19, 2019 4:07 pm

They look pretty healthy and nice and straight too. Haven't dug any of mine up yet but now we've had the first frost which OH is so raving about .........!

Does leaving them in the ground for long periods increase the risk of canker ? I,ve normally always dug them up as needed rather than digging and storing yet rarely seem to have suffered this problem. Is it an infection which tends to remain dormant in the soil?
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