White Albino Beetroot is a heirloom variety beet from Holland. It is a striking pure white, fairly smooth round beetroot. This is the sweetest of all beetroots. The White Albino beet plants produce good yields of very sweet white beets. The beets are white and will never stain again! This gourmet beet is ideal for boiling, pickling, baking, and freezing.
Growing White Albino 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.
- The tops of large White beet root must remain covered with soil so they maintain their white color instead of turning green.
- Keep the plants well watered in dry conditions.
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