African Forage Cabbage is high in both Potassium and Calcium and will accumulate Sulfur over time. Frost tolerant, cold weather is known to make African forage cabbage more palatable.
Grown best in colder, moist conditions, African Forage Cabbage requires at least 6 hrs. of sunlight daily.
Seed with 4” – 6” between plants and 2 ft. between rows. Thin seedlings to a spacing of 18”, and keep soils moist to avoid crusting or uneven germination. Plant spring seedings up to 4 weeks before the last frost date for the region or 6 – 8 weeks before the first frost date if fall planting.
African Forage Cabbage should be rotationally grazed.
African Forage Cabbage is not suited to permanent pasture applications.
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