@interneteh I hope you find it useful. Maybe plant beans next time, as they are nitrogen fixers, and then squash the following year, who need lots of nitrogen. There, you have a 3-year rotation plan :)

@gaffen Now that it's flowering, I'll pull it up. Basically, once they (any Brassica) flower, they are looking at setting seeds and they starts tasting sharp and bitter, so inedible.

@gaffen budding is enough. The plant is finished now. Pull it up and sow new ones.

They are only annuals, and once they start flowering, from an eating perspective, they are finished.

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