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    Broccoli Production Guide for Western North Carolina

    Jeanine Davis (January, 1994)

    Broccoli is a popular vegetable for use both fresh and frozen. The edible portion of the broccoli plant consists of the upper stem and the unopened flower buds. Broccoli is a cool-season crop that is closely related to cabbage, cauliflower, kale, mustard, and turnips. It can be grown in western North Carolina as either an early (spring) or a late season (fall) crop at the lower elevations (below 2500 ft.) or during mid-summer at elevations above 2500 ft.

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    North Carolina Cooperative Extension
    North Carolina State University
    January, 1994
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