This Club Root Resistant Brassica Collection is a must for anyone who suffers with club root in their garden. The varieties have proven themselves in numerous situations where the presence of club root would normally have meant the gardeners would have previous had to consider giving up growing.
Brussel Crispus is a new clubroot resistant Maximus type variety. It has an attractive dark colour to buttons, which have a small butt. Crispus features excellent standing ability and good vigour.
Cabbage Kilaton is one of the long awaited varieties that is clubroot resistant. It is an excellent performer that is reliable producing good quality round cabbages. It has good disease resistance and if you have trouble growing brassicas on your soil, then this is the variety to go for.
Calabrese Monclano produces a good sized firm domed heads for Autumn cropping It has good standing potential and will give high yields. Also shows good resistance to downy mildew.
After harvesting the head, keep growing the plant for a further crop of spears.
Cauliflower Clapton is the first commercially available cauliflower variety with clubroot resistance. It has a very erect habit and a well wrapped curd.
Clapton is a versatile variety for mid summer to late autumn maturity and depending on its sowing time, sowing to harvest will be approx 85 days. It produces large good flavoured heads on stocky plants.