We grow turnips - planting and care in the open field
The owners explain the appearance of different overseas cultures in the gardens by the fact that, they say, the benefits of them are a wagon and a small cart. In most cases, this is really so. But does this mean that we used to grow solid nonsense? Of course not! So let's talk about the heroine of fairy tales and sayings - about turnips.
Children's question about the turnip ...
As you know, the mouth of a baby speaks truth. And so it turned out. We read the fairy tale "Turnip" at the cottage, and suddenly the granddaughter asks: "And this turnip - is it really what?" That's when I thought seriously. Well, it’s necessary, it’s like I’m planting everything in the garden, what’s necessary (something even without any special need — I repent, I chased after fashion), but our product is not original. But before the advent of potatoes, people ate turnips, and nothing, I liked it, probably. In general, she promised her granddaughter that I would not only show it, but also treat it.
At the end of the growing season regular and regular turnip irrigation determines the yield and quality of root crops. If four weeks before harvesting the plants have never suffered from a lack of moisture, their beautiful fruits will turn out with a delicate and tasty pulp. After watering, it is necessary to always loosen row spacing.
Turnip seeds bought only next year. It turned out that they are small but sturdy. At first, I did not know how to act with this “new” culture for the garden, I did not find anything intelligible about turnips, so I decided to follow my own trial and error method. And the most interesting was. Those seeds, by the way, were varieties Petrovskaya-1, so far I have not tasted anything tastier!
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For turnip a separate place was not found (what to do, six hundred square meters, nevertheless, every meter is planned), so she sowed the seeds to dill, and even at the gazebo she broke the small beds with dahlias in place of the dahlias so that the granddaughter could observe and grow the turnip herself.
Sowed, like radish, in the holes, located a line across the garden, two centimeters deep. Of course, due to the fact that the seeds are very small, I did not calculate the distance between them, and my turnip rose just a fur coat. She pulled her then mercilessly: let her stay in the end, but she will be free. And it happened.
In just a month, the turnip was so strong that my granddaughter and I had already tried the first root crops. Already could eat! Not very ripe, but added to the salads without fear. In addition, turnip turned out to be just remarkably juicy tops with a touch of radish - also in salads is not out of place.
And the first real crop we took off, when the roots began to show up from the ground. Turnip turned out just for a long time: smooth, clean, the color of melted butter. But she was only at the gazebo. On the other bed, next to the dill, some of the root crops were cracked, and even became numb. Perhaps I missed the cleaning time, but I think the turnip did not like the neighborhood, especially since there was also a cabbage patch next to it.
Now I already know for certain that it is only necessary to plant a turnip in the most open places, and in no case after radish or cabbage!
Every year I choose for the turnip well-lit and ventilated areas, do not grow much, but even a small landing is enough for the summer and winter.
It seems that there are no troubles when growing this crop: watering, weeding, top dressing. Again, not by timing, but depending on how she behaves. I see that the tops have slightly faded - in the evening, by all means, plentiful watering.
Turnip I cherish, I water only with warm, settled water, I feed it with infusion from the grass.
I loosen often, the day after each watering. When sowing and during the growth of the tops, it is obligatory to drench ash and tobacco dust right up to the gray plaque. Turnip, after all, too, from cruciferous, so it is necessary to carry out prophylaxis against omnivorous fleas.
Now I approach the quality of the beds thoroughly. She also learned from her own experience that she likes turnips of light soils, so I add a little sand or forest soil.
We eat turnips in large quantities in the summer, even raw. Already accustomed to its slightly fresh taste, and it does not seem like some kind of fabulous vegetable. Well, how was it possible not to try that very steamed turnip, which is simpler than nothing? And here it was a hitch ...
No matter how I tried to cook the simplest dish in the world, everything turned out contrary to the saying: either it will remain raw or it will burn. Most likely, turnips soared in the cast iron in the Russian stove. I began to do this: turn the turnip into slices and on the baking tray I bring it to the mind-mind in the oven. The pieces shrivel, but are baked fine.
And I'm making mashed potatoes from turnips. This is the same as potato, but the taste is much more pleasant, especially if you add unrefined sunflower oil. Just lick your fingers! And the porridge from turnips with berries or apples in general does not go into any comparison! Her children and the cold for a sweet soul are weaving.
In general, turnip is a very convenient vegetable, because in a season I usually take two crops. The first (the same variety Petrovskaya-1 sow at the end of April) we try in mid-July, the second sowing in June. Turnip ripen in August-September and is suitable for long-term storage. Unfortunately, I do not know the names of this variety, but the root crops are not yellow, but pinkish in color.
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How to keep a turnip
I keep my turnips in plywood boxes from old parcels, I cut off the tops to the ground, but I do not touch the tail and small roots so that there are no microcracks.
Turnip is not only an excellent substitute for potatoes, but also a wonderful medicine. In the fruits of her a lot of magnesium, so turnip just need to eat people with cardiovascular diseases. And the juice helps cough, we treat the whole family, we do not take any potions.
That's how a simple and irreplaceable turnip reliably registered in our garden.
Growing turnips - readers share reviews and experiences
9 varieties of turnips
Turnip is a native Russian culture, and before Peter I it was one of the main vegetables on the table, which later gave way to potatoes. At present, a large number of turnip varieties has appeared, including for Siberia. I decided to check what some of them are and to experiment with the timing of sowing.
"Participants" of the experiment
Sown 9 varieties of turnips,
- Petrovskaya is a mid-early variety, the root crop is flat-round with a concave bottom, the mass of which reaches 200 g. The pulp is hard, yellow, juicy, sweet.
- Geisha is an early ripe variety, the mass of the root crop is 60-90 g, in shape - flat-round, white. It has a delicate skin and thick juicy flesh. It can be grown both open and in protected ground.
- The comet is a mid-season variety, has an original cylindrical shape of a root crop with a thickening in the lower part. Weight 90-120 g.
- Golden ball - medium early variety, the mass of a round root crop with hard juicy pulp is 60-150 g.
- The moon - the period from seedlings to technical ripeness 68-72 days. The mass of a round root crop is 130-240 g. It has a thin yellow skin and juicy flesh.
- Russian size - the period from full germination to technical ripeness -60-70 days. Golden yellow fleshy root crop with an average weight of 200 g.
- Pellet is a mid-season variety, the root crop is round-round, white, weighing up to 200 g, the pulp is tender, white, juicy.
- Maraca - early salad variety, root crop with an average weight of 100 g, rounded with juicy dense pulp, well stored, resistant to bacteriosis, easily pulled out. FS Snow - an early ripe variety, a round white root crop, weighing 90 g, with delicate skin, juicy dense pulp.
We check the deadlines
I chose 2 sowing dates - spring (early May) and summer (early July). I did not find any strong differences in field germination in varieties and dates. This indicator ranged from 86-93%. Mass shoots appeared almost simultaneously - about 4 days, however, with spring sowing, the delay was about 2 days. Also, during spring sowing, the formation of root crops was delayed for 6 days - this indicator in different varieties varied from 28 to 33 days.
The time to technical ripeness of root crops was 70-80 days. Varieties Rattle, Snowball and Geisha could be eaten after 45 days. By biometric indicators (leaf mass and length, root weight), the varieties Petrovskaya, Snezhok Pogremyushka, Comet and Geisha stood out. With the summer term of sowing of these varieties, the leaf length at the end of September reached 60-70 cm, the diameter of the root crop was 10-20 cm, and its weight was 250-400 g. In spring sowing, the indices were 1,5 times lower.
Yield and taste
In the conditions of the Tyumen district, the yield declared on the bags was justified, the mass of root crops was from 250 to 400. I received an average and high yield in Geisha, Snowball and Rattles, the weight of root crops which reached 2 kg.
In the spring term, the turnip of turnip was damaged by pests of cruciferous cultures (flea, fly) less than in summer. This is due to unfavorable conditions for the multiplication of pests, whose activity increases at high air temperatures.
On the taste of the following. By softness and sweetness I liked the varieties Snowball. Rattle, Golden Ball and Geisha.
The results obtained depended on the weather conditions in the south of Siberia. In May-June, precipitation falls less, and average daily temperatures are lower than in July and August. Such combination of weather conditions promotes more intensive growth of root crops during summer sowing.
Thus, in the conditions of the south of Western Siberia, summer turnip planting is preferable. If desired, you can create a conveyor belt. In the spring, grow a turnip for summer consumption, and in the summer sow for storage for the winter,
© Author: Dmitry Litvinov, Ph.D., Tyumen
Is it easier to "steamed" turnips
Also want to talk about turnips.
In our time, it is mostly known only by the name of the fairy tale. Nowadays it's rare where you can meet her, but in former times it had the same meaning as potatoes. A crop failure in Rus was equated with a natural disaster. It is not only nutritious, but also very useful. By the amount of vitamin C almost twice exceeds lemons, oranges, white cabbage, and also raspberries and strawberries. Her juice was used to treat asthma, diabetes, with loss of voice. By the way, cough rap is treated very effectively. I just rub it on the grater and eat it with honey, and the next day I already feel a great relief.
Turnip does not have a pungent smell and taste, like a radish, so I have no problem persuading the children to have it. From young leaves I prepare a salad. They taste very similar to mustard, and there are more vitamins in them than in the root crops themselves. Yes, apparently, it was not in vain that the people composed so many proverbs about turnips! Good girl, like a washed turnip! Turnip - meat, cut and eat. When there will be a turnip, then a measure. Turnip and rutabaga people are praised.
To grow a turnip is simple.
- The soil should be loose and fertile. Turnip is a culture of photophilous, so you need to choose a sunny area.
- Before sowing, immediately add ash or potash fertilizers. Dung can not be brought. I shed the soil with warm water and sow the seeds to a depth of 0,5-1 cm. I mix seeds before sowing with sand, they are very small.
- After planting, you must immediately cover the ground, for example, with humus.
- Thinning planting regularly. The first time is when the shoots appear, then every 7-10 days.
- Turnip must be abundant, not sparing water, water. If you do not, it will grow shallow and will be bitter. But too much water can not be watered.
- Soot two times. The first is spring air, when the air warms up to 15-18 °, the second time at the end of August. Turnip does not like heat, at high temperature it becomes rough.
- I observe a crop rotation. You can not grow a turnip after other cruciferous (cabbage, radish, radish, mustard).
- For all the time I feed twice. The first - immediately after thinning, the second - a month later. I use ash.
- I clean selectively after 50-70 days. In the autumn I clean everything at once. I dig it out very carefully so as not to damage the root crops, I cut the tops at the level of the head. I keep it in the basement - put it in a row and pour it with sand.
© Author: Ekaterina IGNATYEVA Theodosia Crimea
Problems associated with growing turnips
|Problem||What to do?|
|Woody or porous turnip||Poor root quality is associated with hot, dry weather or lack of potassium and phosphorus. Change the weather is impossible, but you can try to plant a turnip in the fall. Try applying green sandstone to fill nutrient deficiencies and mulch to maintain soil moisture and lower its temperature.|
|Sharp or bitter taste||This can be the result of hot, dry weather or aging of root vegetables. The next time you better mulch the crops and collect turnips while the roots are small.|
|Poor harvest||Turnip grows poorly if its planting is thickened or it lacks water. She also does not like heavy soil. The next time you put a turnip at a greater distance from each other in a loose, well-treated and filled with organic fertilizer soil and water it regularly.|
|Root crops turn black||The reasons for this may be different, including the lack of boron. Make sure the pH is 6,0-8,0, use foliar top dressing and improve soil quality by planting ground cover clover. If the plants are sick, destroy them (and roots, and greens). Make a new landing in another part of the garden.|
|Withering plants||If turnip fades in moist soil, pull out a few root crops. If they are deformed or enlarged, with pineal distention, the reason is the keel. The mushroom that causes it prefers an acidic soil. Keep an eye on the sanitary condition of the garden and alternate the planting. In the area where the keel is found, representatives of the cruciferous family cannot be grown for 7 years!|
|Root courses||The larva of the cabbage fly eats away at the roots, making them vulnerable to disease. Destroy the affected plants. In the future, cover the plants with plant protection film. It is possible to get rid of caterpillars in the ground by watering the soil around each plant with lime water. To prepare the solution, 1 should be well mixed with a cup of lime in 1 l of water and allowed to stand for a few hours before use.|
© Tatyana KUDRYAVTSEVA. Kovrov, Vladimir region
On sale today, you can find many varieties of turnips, and I prefer to grow a proven Petrovskaya, distinguished by the noble golden color of root crops and excellent taste, as well as white salad Japanese Geisha, which is extremely juicy and completely without bitterness (but the advertised variety Well, pull it. disappointed by all parameters, even appearance).
It is believed that this vegetable, as they say, is easier to steam turnip, because it is quite unpretentious. In fact, everything was not so simple. Personally, for several years I could not achieve a good and clean harvest. And all because there are too many fans in the garden to eat a turnip: cruciferous fleas eat up all the leaves, and the larvae of the cabbage fly and the wireworm gnaw through the roots with pleasure. I tried to powder the leaves and ground around the plants with ashes, mustard, hot pepper and tobacco dust, but the effect from them is kept only until the first rain. And the chemistry did not want to apply what kind of a turnip would it be to me and my grandchildren? But I did not want to refuse a useful vegetable, and I tried to find another solution.
First I planted a turnip in the furrows, previously pouring mustard powder in them, mixed with hot pepper. The result was more effective than the leafing of leaves: young leaves and root crops, but also self-sowing. When they fade, I close perennials, and in the spring I remove and shelter this shelter.
This time, she was not too lazy: she chopped dry marigold bushes finely with a pruner, poured them with a thick layer on a bed and dug them well, mixing them with the ground, before planting turnips. Sprinkled holes with mustard and pepper - still a proven tool.
The result of such events was excellent - turnips planted in "velvet" land for a long time remained in the garden, not touched by pests.
Although to wait until the turnip grows up, as in a fairy tale, it is so big that I can’t stretch it out without help, I don’t advise it - it will be “wooden” and tasteless. Better eat her young! And so that the turnip does not get bitter, we must not forget to water it more often.
© Author: Elena Irkutsk
Do not scrub "turnip", plant a turnip
When you learn interesting details about turnips, you begin to wonder why it has so little space in our kitchen gardens. This vegetable, thanks to glucurafinin, is a good prevention of diabetes and even reduces the risk of developing cancer. So it's worth returning the turnips to our kitchen gardens.
Location and soil
To obtain a good crop of turnip, it is necessary to isolate for it soils of light and medium composition with a high content of organic matter and a low occurrence of groundwater. Clay soils are not suitable for it. Reaction of the soil environment, she prefers a weakly acidic.
Good predecessors for turnips are potatoes, tomatoes, cucumbers, zucchini, strawberries. Do not sow it after the related plants, such as radish, dyke and cabbage. You can grow it in one place for two years.
Soil preparation for it is usual, the main thing is to get a loose, leveled surface without significant lumps.
Fertilizers (in order to avoid their leaching) are applied in spring under pre-sowing cultivation: potash-phosphorus - from the calculation of 15-20 g / mg Nitrogen is better not to abuse, since an excess of this element spoils the taste of turnips. Organics in the form of compost or humus is introduced in the amount of: half a bucket per 1 m '. In general, you can limit yourself to a mixture of ash with compost. If the soil is acidic, then dolomite flour or wood ash should be added (1 kg / m2).
You can sow turnips in two terms. If you want to feast on it in the summer, then sowing! in late April - early May, and for winter storage this can be done in late July - early August. Before sowing, it is necessary to warm the seeds by wrapping them in a cloth and dropping them for 10 minutes in water with a temperature of 40-60 degrees.
Since the turnip seeds are small, they are sown in a mixture with sand in grooves with a depth of I-2 cm. From above, sprinkle immediately with soil, shed water and sprinkle with ashes: it will serve both as a fertilizer and as a preventive against a cruciferous flea.
When spring sowing, the bed should be covered with a spunbond or covered with hay or compost. As early as 2-4, sprouts will appear.
Steamed turnip crops as weeds appear, combining this technique with loosening the rows. At the same time, thick shoots can be thinned, as root crops need free space.
Watering should be done once a week, taking into account the weather. It is especially important in the formation of root vegetables. In a well-moistened soil, turnips are round and juicy, and on dry soil grow small and bitter roots.
The best feeding for turnips is an ash infusion - 120 g (a glass) in the evening to dissolve in a bucket of water and let it brew. Constantly stirring, pour into pre-prepared grooves, which immediately sprinkle. After three weeks, repeat top dressing.
Cleaning of turnip
In summer, turnips are harvested as they mature. Do not wait long - in large root crops the flesh becomes coarse. Cleaning in the fall, try to avoid frost. Dig the root vegetables with a shovel, remove them from the ground and cut off the leaves as soon as possible. If this is not done, they will draw moisture and nutrients onto themselves. Try to avoid mechanical damage.
After the deletion, it is necessary to allow the turnips to dry for a few days in a dry ventilated room, and then you can lower them into the cellar. For storage it is best to use wooden boxes with rare slats, this will allow free circulation of air.
© Author: Dmitry Ilyich DYAKONOV, Agronomist, Gomel Region, Uluhovye a / g
My husband pulled a turnip ...
Paraphrasing a well-known anecdote, we can say that if you don’t like any “old” vegetable, then you just don’t know how to cook it.
Or maybe grow it. But this thing is fixable - there would be a desire.
Once on television, my husband and I saw a program in which we talked about the turnip. They didn’t think at all how many, it turns out, all sorts of substances useful for health it contains! Vitamin C, for example, is more in it than in any other vegetable, and there are also vitamins of group B, vitamin P and macro- and microelements such as sulfur, iodine magnesium, copper, iron, zinc, manganese, potassium. And in turnips there is glucoraphanin - a substance that prevents the appearance of new cancer cells and neutralizes existing ones. And even the smell of cut root crops brings benefits: since turnips contain a hefty supply of essential oil, its evaporation has immuno-strengthening and antibacterial properties.
My husband and I looked at each other - but really, why in our garden there was no place for such an amazing and at the same time familiar culture? In short, they even got excited. And the husband also fell into childhood memories, as he and his tomboy friends dragged turnips from the beds and nibbled them, and she was all so sweet and tasty ... In general, they firmly decided to plant turnips and went to a large and proven gardening store for seeds. And we bought bags with two varieties there - Petrovskaya
and some other white variety (we forgot the name from the chagrin, but why - the speech is ahead). In the spring, as soon as the ground warmed up, I planted all the seeds and began to care for the sprouts that appeared, as for a radish: I watered, fed green fertilizer, podkuchivaet the ground so that the tops of the root crops were not with green. And then autumn came.
And it was here that it turned out that the very white turnip (on the bag was a beautiful photo) was almost completely gone to the tops. They began to undermine Petrovskaya and saw that her roots had grown strong and of medium size (I personally do not like large vegetables, because I have to constantly pull them through).
The husband joyfully rubbed his hands in anticipation of pleasure. He started tasting and was surprised: the turnip turned out to be sweet-tart and rough. It was just so tasty and ... uninteresting. What was the reason for this, I do not know. Maybe I didn't take care of her like that? Or were there any other varieties before? Or maybe in the post-war hungry years, in general, everything seemed tasty? But what to do with the crop now?
The husband thought and thought and said: “We must steam it. You look, she will be sweet. " But there was no confidence in his words. Yes, and sorry to steam up the roots, because all the vitamins are lost during heat treatment, and in winter they are not enough. But then I started cooking at home.
for the sake of curiosity, she decided to add the salad to a grated turnip, grated on a large grater. It turned out very tasty! That sweetish astringency and gave the dish an unusual taste!
Moreover, the turnip is not the bitterness, which has a radish. The husband tried, he was delighted. And now I always add a turnip grated on a coarse grater to salads, thereby preserving all the most useful things in it. In addition, in this form, it turns out not quite rough. And although I have a sick stomach (and turnips are contraindicated for those who suffer from chronic gastrointestinal ailments, as well as liver and kidneys), I also savor these salads. Abused? No, just in everything you need to know when to stop.
And now I will share two favorite recipes. First: cut, how much sweetheart you want, tomatoes, cucumbers, Chinese cabbage, green onions, add grated turnip and season with mayonnaise. The second recipe: grate apples, carrots, turnips, and add finely chopped dill, parsley and mayonnaise or sour cream. Simple, but how delicious! So plant a turnip and gain health over the winter. Now, on the eve of the new season, she began to read the literature about turnips and was surprised how much she had, it turns out, varieties. And I got an idea to test them.
© Author: Т.А. ZAVYALOVA
Growing turnips in the Samara region - planting and care
Once upon a time, turnip was considered almost the main food, and not because there was no other, but because the benefits were great. Now it is rarely remembered.
And after all, it is with her that healthy nutrition and the fight against excess weight begin, which our favorite potatoes so generously endow with us ...
So I wanted to write about the turnip. As I had not grown it skillfully before, I also received “oak” root crops. The first two pulled out - they were a delicate yellow color, sweet and soft to the tooth. And then I think: let them still grow up (I planted the Petrovskaya-1 variety in May), and when, by the end of the summer, I pulled out my turnip, it was all with voids inside and tough, rough. Fed the chickens. It turns out that I overexposed it in the ground. So I found out that you need to meet the deadlines indicated on the package with seeds.
That's T.A. Zavyalova the same misfortune happened. Young, 3-4 cm in diameter - tender and sweet, with a special aroma, which her husband T.A. remembered. Zavyalova. Previously, after all, no one expected when it would grow big: there was a 3-4 cm spine - they pulled and ate everything that was edible. And we were like that in childhood: carrots will grow up a bit - we are already tugging. With a glass (we find broken glass in the courtyard near the rubble) we scrape and eat. For hogweed went to the forest, everything happened ...
In general, all root crops for food should be grown in two crops (spring and summer), and for winter storage should be sown in the middle-end of June (carrots - under Trinity). If the summer is hot, you can sow in mid-July.
This applies to Margelan radish and all Japanese daikons, but black must be sown in June, no later: it grows tight. And as it comes up, protect from fleas - immediately cover with lutrasil. I cover like
I’ll only plant it, otherwise you can’t see how it rises, because it’s three or four days, and the flea will nibble it in one night, some stumps will remain. Last year I was reseeding. But it was like that.
She planted, went up, I showered her with ash, but that didn’t help - all the fleas were eaten during the night! A week later, she planted again (she thought a week: to plant or not - after all, August had already begun), sprinkled with ashes on top and covered with lutrasil - two beds in one piece of 5 × 4 m, pressed the edges tightly with boards. Three days later, everything rose again, poured, closed and poured on lutrasil. Two weeks later, I opened it, transplanted it, poured more ashes, again closed everything and opened it only when frost had already begun.
Yes, large root crops did not grow, but it is for the better. Radish (Lobo and Russian black) grew 4-5 cm in diameter - just once: prepare a salad. It is stored perfectly in the cellar until May.
Now about Beijing cabbage: it also grows rapidly, and for winter consumption I plant it also in mid-June or a little later. Only four to five seeds - and the harvest for the whole winter is enough.
The summer was hot, and it grew under my lutrasil. I watered under the root every three days, plentifully, and again covered it with lutrasil.
It is undesirable to water it from above - it can rot. But what about the rain, ask? And the rain has a completely different structure of water, and it does not harm the cabbage.
Rain is living water, but what is heated in barrels is heavy, as if condensed water (its molecules coalesce into chains), it is desirable to pour such water with a watering can with a sprayer - then the chains break, and water becomes available to plants. Have you noticed what the plantings look like after the rain, although we watered them before that? Here it is, the power of "moving water"!
You can not overexpose kohlrabi cabbage - get stones in the truest sense of the word. You can only chop it with an ax to get to the middle, and then only to feed its chickens. It may, of course, turn out to clean it and grate, but this is not the pleasure that you will receive from the young and tender fruit of this cabbage. There is a time for everything - do not miss the deadlines, and everything will be in your openwork.
Dear summer residents! Do not lose hope and work miracles at your dachas! Good luck to everyone and, of course, health. I even increased my strength as the sowing began - there was a sense in every day, otherwise in the winter we somehow stuck, added weight, and now you get up in the morning - and to the window: well, how are you, who has grown up, who hung the leaves? In short, a new day has come. Go!
By the way
Turnip is an excellent skin care product; all the beauties of Ancient Russia used it. Juice from this vegetable not only cleanses and tones the skin, but also saturates it with useful trace elements. Turnip is a great whitening product that effectively removes freckles. It is also suitable for problematic skin, but its main property is the ability to give a tired, healthy skin a radiant look.
With respect to all who are not indifferent to Mother Earth,
© Author: Lyubov Samara Region
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