The parsnip (Pastinaca sativa) is a root vegetable that's closely related to the carrot and parsley family. Our packs have over 75 seeds in them and around 6000 per ounce. For an acre, you need around 3 pounds. Parsnips are cold tolerant, and they have a much better flavor after the frost has hit them. They take awhile to grow but are worth the wait; they will break through the toughest of soils. Happy growing!!!
This cold tolerant root crop can be grown just about anywhere in the USA. These start out slow so keep your weed pressure down. Will do well at your markets
Cause not to many folks grow this one