Buzzy Red Beet Egyptian Flat Round
Beetroot Egyptian Plat Round is a flat round red beet or beetroot for early summer crop. They are best when they are harvested too early. Red beets grow in all soil types, but to dry soils, the tubers develop warty spots (scab). Sowing: From mid-April to mid-June, right in the open. Sow in rows or lines by 25 cm. space between the lines. The seeds germinate after about 2 weeks. If the plants are approximately 5 cm. are high, you need to thin out: you get as many plants off the remaining plants at 7 cm. distance from one another. They can then grow well. The removed plants elsewhere, you can replant again
(also at 7 cm. gap). Harvest: from July. Storage: in a cool room or basement.
From mid-April to mid-July, directly in the ground. Sow in rows or lines with 30-35 cm of space between the lines. The seeds germinate after 10-12 days. Once the plants are about 5 inches high, you should thin out: you get as many plants off the remaining plants approximately 10 cm from each other. This gives the plant the ability to be able to grow well. The removed plants elsewhere, you can replant again with 10 cm spacing.
Harvest: from August to October.