Cauliflower have no heads.


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I think these are about fully grown but there’s no heads in the cauliflower! Should I keep waiting or cut them out of my garden?
 

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Wait. And if you haven’t fed them any P or K, do so at 1/2 strength. It will nudge them in the right direction. I got broccoli, cabbage, beets, and kale going even in 90’s so it can be done.
 
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Wait. And if you haven’t fed them any P or K, do so at 1/2 strength. It will nudge them in the right direction. I got broccoli, cabbage, beets, and kale going even in 90’s so it can be done.

You mean potassium or vitamin k?
 
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Phosphorus and Potassium. If you read the label on a regular macro fertilizer it usually gives 3 numbers like 5-10-6 or something. P and K are the 2nd and 3rd numbers, respectively. Nitrogen is the first. Phosphorous helps with blooms, fruits, flowers and Potassium is more of a regulator of all plant functions.
 
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