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'Scarlet Ohno Revival'  
by Michel H. Porcher Date Added: Saturday 21 March, 2009
So far I am pleased with the results. See my enthusiasm at:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/33341718@N08/3370154210/in/-
set-72157611480620957/
(if this does not get through search for "Scarlet ohno revival" on Google and you'll find a link to flickr towards the top). That's my doing. Not bad for unsollicited publicity hey!
I have a BIG question though: is this vegetable a turnip (Brassica rapa (rapa group) or (Rapifera group) or is it a "mustard"? If it is a mustard do you know the precise botanical name?
I have to ask because it is not clear in your catalogue. It is also very vague in the literature I have come across. I have always assumed it was a true turnip but I am often wrong. Kokopelli list it as a mustard!

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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