Chinese Broccoli (Kailaan) in Southern Australia

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  • Published: 1 Jan 2003

  • Author(s): Morgan, Wendy, Dr, Midmore, David, Professor

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This publication, one of a number arising from the RIRDC project UCQ-10a, presents data from
cooperative trials on Chinese broccoli (kailaan) carried out in Victoria and Tasmania.
These trials show that Chinese broccoli can be grown all year in Victoria and options for cultivars for
season and location are identified. No firm conclusions can be drawn about the potential for Chinese
broccoli in Tasmania except that transplants bolted when grown in autumn and summer at Burnie in
the north of the state. Details on crop duration by season and marketable yields are also addressed in
the report.