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Samson Stubble Turnip Seed

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1 or 5kg packs Samson stubble turnips is a Tetraploid variety that produces a huge purple tankard shape bulb.

Samson stubble turnips is a Tetraploid variety that produces a huge purple tankard shape bulb. It is a highly digestible variety and is ideal for fattening lambs or flushing ewes and will provide excellent quality forage. Its large tankard roots will grow out of the ground which will ease grazing. It is a very palatable variety and it is easy for cows and sheep to digest.

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