turnip?

Discussion in 'Iguanas' started by Louis, May 11, 2004.

  1. Louis

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    this is a turnip photo?????????[​IMG]
     
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  3. cd

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    I can't see it. Can you describe it?
     
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  5. Louis

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    if this is not turnip do you have any photo of a whole turnip not only leaves?

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  7. biochic

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    That's kholrabi. Related to cabbage. I'll find a pic.
     
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  9. biochic

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    http://www.possumpages.com.au/newgipps/turnip.jpg

    That's a turnip. Iguanas love the greens usually. Make sure they are cleaned well. They do have small spines on the leaves but most turnip greens in the grocery store will already be cleaned.
     
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  11. Louis

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    can i put to my Iguana kholrabi leaves!? you know the nutrition of kholrabi`s leaves?
     
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    I've never heard of anyone feeding the leaves before. If it's as closely related to cabbage as I think it is, then I wouldn't offer it at all. I'd stick with the normal greens: turnip, collard, mustard, etc. Just to be safe.
     

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