Most broccoli grown in Georgia is transplanted, but direct seeding is on the rise with an increase in acreage in the southwest part of the state.

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All plants love water, especially these "baby ones."

When planted late August – September, young broccoli plants require a lot of water – between 1 and 1.5 inches per week. Considering their size, that’s a significant amount of irrigation. Georgia has a second window in winter to plant this cool-season veggie.

Love it or hate it – it could be your genes.

No vegetable is as divisive as broccoli – one of our presidents pretty much outlawed it from the White House. Scientists think this preference (or lack thereof) is carried on a particular gene: TAS2R38, which makes broccoli taste bitter.

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