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Q.BEETS… large tops but small marble sized roots?

Zone zone 23 | ktsenya2 added on June 4, 2019 | Answered

Added organic fertilizer, organic bone meal. regular water

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Answered on June 5, 2019

It could be that they are too close together; not properly thinned.
If they have been thinned as seedlings and still are not producing; it could be excess nitrogen.
A soil test is the only way to know if this is the issue.


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