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Start Kale seeds indoors around the first part of March, and set out the middle of April. Kale is very hardy, and will withstand both heat and cold.

Plant in full sun, and keep evenly moist throughout summer. Mix lime and a balanced fertilizer into the soil before planting. Kale is not a fussy feeder, and will tolerate many types of soil conditions as long as adequate drainage exists.

Winter crops can be started in June as long as they are kept moist at all times. Cold weather seems to improve flavor. Leaves are ready to harvest in 6 weeks from sowing, and are best when young. Older leaves are tough and bitter.
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