Petroselinum crispum

Variety

Petroselinum crispum

created by Alexander H. at 19.02.2021

Seeds

Not Available

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Description

Cut parsley: Simple cut 3 Petrosilenum crispum Sowing time: from February, as soon as the soil has dried. Seeding: sow in rows with a distance of 20-25 cm. Soil condition: The parsley came to us from Spain and prefers loose, not freshly fertilized soil in a sunny position. It is very frugal and thrives even in poor soils. However, light fertilizing will increase the yield in any case and is recommended. It is absolutely winter-hardy, biennial and can therefore remain in the garden. Germination period: parsley germinates slowly, 16-24 days, so keep the seedbed evenly moist. We recommend sowing lettuce or radish to mark in the rows

F1 Hybrid

Frostproof

Growing tips

Parsley germinates slowly. Keep seedbed moist.

Details

Water requirement

Wet

Soil

Light (sandy)

Nutrient requirement

Low

Seeding distance

22 cm

Row spacing

20 cm

Seeding depth

1.5 cm

Diseases

Downy mildew

Angular leaf spot of cucumber

Black spot of roses

Red spot disease

Pests

Root knot nematodes

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