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Ethiopian Kale (Brasssica carinata A. Braun)

Ethiopian kale is cultivated on the East African plateau and in parts of the east hand west coasts of the African continent. It is known only in cultivation and its origin generally is regarded as derived by hybridization and polyploidy from the wider ranging diploid mustard species Brassica Nigra, the Black mustard, and B. oleracea, the Cole crops mustard species.

The foliage may be harvested in 35 to 40 days after planting.
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