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Thanks, I've planted so many trays, I've just forgot. Mustard doesn't ring a bell. I thougth maybe brocolli cauli or beetroot.
 
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any of the three are possible, but generally broccoli and caulif have smoother leaves..I'd guess the beetroot
 
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Brenda Groth wrote:any of the three are possible, but generally broccoli and caulif have smoother leaves..I'd guess the beetroot



Thanks (I hope so - love beetroot (roots and leaves as well) )
 
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