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life cycle of a parsnip
Transcript of life cycle of a parsnip
Life Cycle Of A Parsnip
After a seed a parsnip turns into a seedling. Parsnips are a hardy cool season crop that is best harvested after a hard frost. it is light green when it is a seedling.
The plant life cycle is done you now can eat the parsnip or you can store it
This is what a parsnip seed looks like. A parsnip needs full or part sun and needs sandy or loamy soil. You have to plant the parsnip 12-15 inches deep.
Mature plant. The parsnip is almost ready to be harvested!
a parsnip can be propagated by cutting the very newly harvested waiting for them to sprout then re-planting them