Rutabagas should be grown as a fall crop, so they mature in cool weather
(or grown in northern regions which don't have very hot summers). Next
time, plant late in June or in early July so the rutabagas mature in the fall.
As for the ones you have now...
YOu could try adding some sugar to them when cooking. Maybe seeing if
they will hold until cooler weather in the hope that a frost will sweeten
them up a bit.
Pat in Plymouth MI ('someplace.net' is comcast)
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