Posted March 30, 2018 06:37:00A farmer who spotted a rare white asparaginous turnip crop on his property has become the first person in Australia to have the species brought back to his land.
Key points:Farmers in the South Island of New Zealand noticed a rare crop of white asparsagastrics on their land a few years agoWhite asparagineans were brought to a farm in the Northern Territory last yearWhite aspargas can be found on New Zealand roads, and can also be found in South Australia, South Australia and QueenslandSome farmers in New Zealand saw the rare crop turn up in their field a few months ago, and have now decided to bring it back to their farm.
“We just thought it was very beautiful, and the next thing we know we are on a road,” the farmer, named John, told news.com.au.
“The next day we found out that it was not a white aspartame, but a karela, and they are pretty good turnips.”
John’s asparagon is not a wild variety, but is rather an Australian variety.
“It’s not quite a karpas, it’s more of a karoa,” he said.
“But it’s a very interesting variety.”
John said he thought he had brought the asparaganous turnips back to New Zealand about a year ago, but they didn’t go very far.
“When we saw it, we thought it could be something else, but we couldn’t quite find it,” he told news