Mustard Southern Giant Curled


  • Brassica juncea
  • Seed Packet contains approx. 500 seeds.
  • Open Pollinated. Untreated Seed
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Mustard Southern Giant Curled

Mustard Southern Giant Curled are large, wide, long, oval, bright green leaves, curled and fringed on the edges, and slow to bolt. Upright, vigorous hardy plants with a mild mustardy flavour. Cold resistant and slow to bolt, it’s ideal for the home garden or market production.

Sow: August to October and February to March (cool climate) can sow over summer for quick crops but will flower quicker.

Spacing: 40cm, rows 50cm.

Encyclopædia Britannica states that mustard was grown by the Indus Civilization of 2500–1700 BC. According to the Saskatchewan Mustard Development Commission, “Some of the earliest known documentation of mustard’s use dates back to Sumerian and Sanskrit texts from 3000 BC”

Germination: Optimal Soil temperature is 18 to 22 C (around 5-10 days to germination)


Packet, 5 grams

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