(Best months for growing Turnip in New Zealand - cool/mountain regions)
P = Plant in the garden.
Round, root vegetable. The flesh is white . Turnips take about 6 to 10 weeks to reach a useable size.
Sow every three or four weeks for a continuous supply.
Grate young turnips and use raw in salads.
Use older turnips in casseroles and stews.
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