Tags: Open Pollinated
Growing Practices: No Pesticides No Herbicides No Fungicides No Synthetic Fertilizers
Latin Name: Brassica carinata
Days to Maturity: 35-40
Ethiopian kale is also known as Highland kale and Abyssinian mustard. It is preferably a cool-season crop, but doesn't get bitter in hot weather.
The tender leaves can be eaten raw or cooked, and harvesting can begin as soon as 35-40 days after planting. Nutritionally, they are high in calcium and iron. Harvest individual leaves of young plants, and harvest the entire plant as soon as flower buds start to form.
Ethiopian kale grows best in full sun or part shade.
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United States (Zone 9B)
Established in 1987
1.00 acres in production