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Pak Choi

Post by divingbrit » Tue Dec 20, 2016 9:11 pm


Pak choi

Pak choi can be used in salads or stir-fries as a baby leaf, or used in a variety of Oriental dishes as a cooked vegetable when semi-mature or as fully-grown heads.
Sow April to August
Gradually thin seedlings to 7.5-10cm (3-4in) for baby leaf, to 20cm (8in) for semi-mature plants and to 25-30cm (10-12in) for mature plants. The thinnings can be eaten.

Keep plants well watered throughout the growing period to avoid bolting (running to seed) and lack of flavour.
t is ready to harvest in 30 days from sowing as baby leaf, or between 45-75 days as semi-mature to full-size heads.

Harvest as and when needed.
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