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I'm a stay-at-home mom learning about all manners of the self-sufficient lifestyle: vegetable and fruit gardening, pest control (especially slugs) keeping livestock (chickens, goats, ducks, rabbits), parenting, inexpensive and responsible living.
Actually, its not just the cauliflower but many of my brassicas. The cauliflower is just the most extreme example. Here's another, on a small cabbage:
I'm working under the assumption that something is wrong near the roots. The soil is moist but not overly so. I didn't see any bugs in the roots when I harvested the cauliflower today. I think I have some gopher problems, but didn't see any signs near this plant. So what do you think?