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Crop wild relatives

Plant in focus: Sea Kale – Crambe maritima

Sea Kale used to be a commonly cultivated vegetable in France and Britain where it was first cultivated in castle and manor gardens but became more widely cultivated in private gardens in early 18th century. Later on Sea Kale almost disappeared from cultivation until new cultivation systems were developed in France, where there has been commercial production from 1988 onwards