New varieties on show at Brassica Open Day

New varieties if cauliflower, cabbage, spring greens and broccoli are just some of the brassica products that will be on display at this year's Brassica Open Day.

The event takes place on 16 October and is being hosted by MW & CE Nundy of Windy Ridge Vegetables at Kirton Holme, near Boston, Lincolnshire.

Vegetable seed companies Cluase UK, of Market Rasen, Lincs., and Nickerson-Zwaan, also of Market Rasen, will be displaying their latest brassica products on the day – as well as their latest planting and harvesting machinery.

The open day starts at 9am and finishes at 5pm. For more information contact Clause UK on 01472 371490 or Nickerson-Zwaan on 01472 371531.


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