Anyone out there who knows about KALE. We have here in Vancouver over 150plants of Boerkool "the curly green/grey Kale leaves some up to 3feet tall NEVER made any seeds and Red Russian that we let some go to seed and collected but NOW some aphyds infested all the red and is starting on the curly one also. I would MUCH apreciate anyone to solve my dillemma . Can I cut down the Red Russian Kale and ( will it grow now again ?) or must I rip it all out and CAN I PUT new seeds in the ground NOW in late October? or must I start the seedings indoor ? As the http://www.wieltjeshoeve.be/site/b_kool.htm has never made any seeds will it continue to grow taller ? or shall I just cut it down ? when all is eaten ( or shall I cut all the leafs and freeze them for later ,my plan ) we have a LOT ANYONE OUT THERE BETTER THAN ME In "Dutch " Een totaal andere manier om kool beter verteerbaar te maken is melkzuurgisting. Bij deze (stokoude) bewaarmethode blijven de vitamines (C, B1, B2, B3 en D) intact. Melkzuur stimuleert de spijsvertering en is eetlustopwekkend. I translate like this approximatly Total other manner to improves cabbage digestibility is to (milk heartburn fermentation.) This method keeps the vitamins (C, B1, B2, B3 and D) alive and they remain intact. (milk heartburn stimulates the spijsvertering(digestion) and is eetlustopwekkend.( awakens the love to eat) What is "melkzuur" I thought (milk heartburn) or SOUR MILK but how does one cook something in SOUR MILK WAY ? Any of you have a Dutch granny mine is gone... :-) Thanks I have 2 elevated KALE bed and the two in the ground on one side and two more on the other side of the house as per picture. All will be 100% exposed to snow I have one row I planted along the house ( warmer walls) but that is the curly one CAN I MOVE a RED KALE PLANT with its roots to another location?