Ketchup with Nduja (270g) | KEJA Tomato Sauce with Calabrian Nduja | Natural Product | Provided in Bottle with Dispenser - by Moretti®

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Ketchup with Nduja (270g) | KEJA Tomato Sauce with Calabrian Nduja | Natural Product | Provided in Bottle with Dispenser - by Moretti®

Ketchup with Nduja (270g) | KEJA Tomato Sauce with Calabrian Nduja | Natural Product | Provided in Bottle with Dispenser - by Moretti®

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You’ll see many crops, including calabrese and other brassicas, and can explore how they’re grown, compare the varieties and pick up useful tips and inspiration. Whether it’s a picnic in the park or from the comfort of your own sofa, we'll bring a taste of Italy, straight to you! Rake in a high potassium general fertiliser, such as Vitax Q4 – use one and a half handfuls per square metre/yard, or three handfuls if no manure or garden compost has been added. Once they have a good root system, they should only need watering during dry spells, to avoid any check in their growth, which could cause them to bolt (flower prematurely).

Calabrese is mainly sown in spring, either indoors or outside, and is ready to harvest in three or four months, from July to October, depending on the variety and sowing time. If sowing in their final position, sow three seeds every 30cm (1ft) along the drill, then thin out each cluster of seedlings to leave just one at each point. Calabrese seeds are generally sown between February and June – indoors from late winter into mid-spring, then outdoors from mid-spring to early summer. After you harvest the main head, further small heads will develop on side-shoots, which can be picked regularly over the following weeks. Once the main head starts to form, calabrese plants can become top-heavy, so pile soil up around the base of the stem to improve stability.Sowings after mid-spring are best made in their final position, as calabrese doesn’t transplant well in warm weather.

Calabrese seeds are widely available from garden centres and online gardening retailers (although, confusingly, they are sometimes sold as broccoli). Young calabrese plants growing temporarily in a seedbed, as well as those sown indoors or bought as plug plants, should be moved to their final growing site once they are 10–15cm (4–6in) tall, before warm weather arrives. To grow well, plants need a wide range of nutrients in various amounts, depending on the individual plant and its stage of growth. You’ll find a wide selection of calabrese varieties available as seed, offering variations in sowing/harvesting times, plant size, and resistance to bolting, clubroot and other diseases. If done closer to planting time, firm the soil really well by treading it down, shuffling back and forth over it, then rake it smooth.Packed with seasonal flavours, our hand stretched classic tomato base is topped with slices of roasted aubergine, creamy Burrata and sun-blushed tomatoes. Begin by charring the peppers in a smoking hot griddle pan or directly over a gas hob flame, rotating as the skin blackens. Calabrese doesn’t transplant well in warm weather, making it prone to bolting (premature flowering), so after April it is best sown in its final position outdoors (see below). Calabrese should be grown in the same bed as its other cabbage relatives in crop rotations, to avoid any build-up of pests and diseases in the soil.



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