Bok Choy, also called white Chinese cabbage, belongs to the leafy vegetable pak choi family of Chinese brassicas. Bok Choy has white or green, thick, crunchy stems with light to dark green wide leaves. Size can vary from 4-12 inches tall! All parts, stems and leaves, are eaten.
- It is a white stemmed and early maturing variety. Maturity is early. The uniformity in growth and maturity is very good. Pak Choi is very widely adapted, performing very well under cool and warm growing conditions. It has a slow bolting habit
- Soil Any sunny site with good drainage. Position Full sun. Frost tolerant Bok choy can tolerate light frost, but exposure to cold temperatures in spring can trigger early bolting. In fall, exposure to light frost can improve bok choy’s flavour
- When to Harvest Bok Choy. Most pak choi cultivars mature fully within 50 to 70 days after germination, but you can harvest them at 30 to 35 days for a more tender, smaller head of leaves.
- Can be grown in Indian climate/weather conditions
- Best Suitable for Terrace Gardening, Grow bag Kitchen Gardening, Terrace Gardening and Roof Top Balcony Gardening
- Seeds are only for growing at Home Garden on in field , Should Not be consumed directly in any form
PAK CHOI, BOK CHOY SEEDS 1 PKT
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10-12 Inch Between seeds
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