What are the pros? Cool and warm weather
What are the cons? Nothing that I've noticed.
I planted these late January here in Phoenix AZ. The weather was cool and days were short, so they did not grow that fast, and they did not mature in 45 days. They did, however keep growing, and at about 60 days I started to harvest them. At 90 days they were about as big as they were going to get, and I let some of them stay in the ground for up to 120 days (four months). By then the weather is pushing up to 100 degrees, the greens don't look happy, but the roots were still in excellent shape. I picked the last of them after about 120 days, and the roots were still tender and very edible. These don't get very big here in Phoenix, but they are very sweet turnips, much sweeter than your average purple top turnip, even after leaving them in the ground for 120 days until weather pushed 100 degrees.
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