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Seeds Peking Napa Cabbage Heirloom Vegetable for Planting Non GM

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Product description

A mid-season and open-pollinated variety for greenhouses. Elongate-cylindrical, dark green cabbages, weighing 4 to 5 lbs (2-2.5 kg). The optimal growing temperature is 60 to 72 F (15-20 C).

Planting instructions:  
When considering planting Chinese cabbage, you have to remember that you can grow an early winter or mid-winter crop or a spring crop. Planting Chinese cabbage requires heavy soil that holds moisture. To keep your Chinese cabbage growing well during the season, you should fertilize the soil before planting. Also, make sure plants get enough water throughout the season. Planting Chinese cabbage can be done in late summer to fall (August through October) for an early winter or mid-winter crop, or in winter (January) for a spring crop. It all depends on when you want your cabbage to be harvested. When you plant in winter, you want your growing Chinese cabbage where it is protected from cold, ice and frost as it matures. Growing Chinese cabbage is done best when the plants are 10 inches (25 cm) apart. This gives smaller heads which are great for home use. Also, you want two- to three-pound (2-3 kg) heads, so plant them in double rows to keep the size of the heads smaller. When the growing Chinese cabbage is 4 to 5 inches (10-15 cm) tall, you can thin the plants to about 10 inches (25 cm) apart.

Seeds Peking Napa Cabbage Heirloom Vegetable for Planting Non GM

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