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Amy G.
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Limerick, ME
Post #: 5
Hi All
we have a nice crop of brussels coming in, we have cut off the tops per recommendation and was wondering if the larger brussels should be harvested? Will that help the smaller ones grow? Any info would be appreciated.
Lisa F.
Group Organizer
Portland, ME
Post #: 2,227
Hi Jim, brussels sprouts taste even better after a bit of frost:) At this late stage in the season the smaller ones may not grow much, however. It has alot to do with day length, etc.
David S.
Washington, ME
Post #: 903
Leave your brussel sprouts out there! The best brussels I have ever had were picked out of the snow in winter. They snap off easily. No bugs. No bitterness. Truly excellent.

David Spahr
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