Cabbage. Photograph: Getty Images/ PhotoAlto. Cabbage seeds are TINY!. But a head of cabbage can grow to be HUGE. credit: Mavis Butterfield. http:// www.onehundreddollarsamonth.com /how-to-grow-cabbage-start-to-finish/. Big or small, cabbage packs a nutritional punch:
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But a head of cabbage can grow to be HUGE.
credit: Mavis Butterfield. http://www.onehundreddollarsamonth.com/how-to-grow-cabbage-start-to-finish/
Big or small, cabbage packs a nutritional punch:
one cup has 91% of our daily vitamin K requirements;
190% of daily vitamin C;
and 5 grams of fiber.
Photo by Norman Winter/Mississippi State University horticulturist
Farmers can grow big fields with one crop, or many crops in one field. Usually they practice crop rotation, or planting different crops in different fields each season. It is important for the health of our soil to vary plantings. Check out these two different ways cabbage can be grown:
Credit: Norman Winter/Mississippi State University horticulturist
Cooked, raw, green, purple: there are lots of ways to eat cabbage.
Green stuffed cabbage rolls