Crimson Globe Beetroot is a reliable, high yielding variety suited for warm and cool season production, with a delicious taste. Roots are uniform, round to flat-round shaped with a slender, attractive taproot. Tops are medium in size and a medium green color with a refined crown. Crimson Globe has very good heat tolerance. It has intermediate resistance to Leaf spot (Cb) and Downy mildew (Pfb).
Growing Crimson Globe Beetroot
- Make sure the soil in your bed or container is loose, fertile soil with plenty of well rotted organic matter added.
- Form a groove (drill) in the prepared bed about 2 cm deep.
- Sow the beetroot seeds 10 cm apart in the drill.
- Space rows 30 cm apart.
- Beetroot seeds are clusters of seeds which will produce 3 or 4 separate seedlings.
- Thin the new seedlings to leave the strongest otherwise the beets will be crowded and remain small.
- Keep the plants well watered in dry conditions.
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