Kale - cut back or start new crop for fall?
This is the first year I've grown kale. I have both curly russian kale and lacinata. They are both very big. Unlike the rest of the country, we've been relatively cool here in the NW, but hot days in the upper 90's for the next week at least.
Should I cut the kale back now or simply remove it? It's not bitter, but has lost the sweetness of earlier in the season. Should I plant a new crop for the fall or will this crop regrow if I cut it back?
Thanks for any info.