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90 days. Introduced in 1899 by Sluis & Groot in Enkhuizen, Holland. Has medium-large, hard round heads. An early, excellent-keeping variety that is a good producer and good for kraut.
100.0% would recommend this item to a friend.
5 out of 5 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? good production, firm,crisp
What are the cons? Does not ferment itself
Second the reviewer who said it makes excellent sauerkraut. It also hung in there well. I had a few heads go all summer without splitting or bolting. Made kraut from spring cabbage in the fall. Not bad for zone 5
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25 Nov 2013
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We harvested one monster, which after trimming the outer earwig chomped leaves (so we knew it was going to be a "good "un"), weighed 17 pounds. Made incredible sauerkraut.
7 Nov 2011
6 out of 6 people found the following review helpful:
We had a damp and nasty summer in '09, and these were still healthy and HUGE. After cutting I covered the "stumps" with mulch, and each produced 5 softball-sized side babies. Firm, solid heads. We'll be eating delicious sauerkraut until the next crop comes in!
30 Jan 2010
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