Description For English vegetable Pakchoi Seeds Tasty Green - 10 g
How to grow Pak Choi from Seeds:Introduction and Uses: Pak choi is also referred as Chinese Cabbage, Bok Choi or Nappa. It is rich in nutrients that are essential for the body, health, skin and hair. Its crinkly leaves with white veins are rich in an array of vital vitamins and nutrients.
Botanical Name: Brassica rapa subsp. chinensis
Sowing Season: Monsoon and best grown in winter.
Sowing method: Transplantation.
Because the seeds are small in size, Pakchoi plant is grown by transplantation method. Seeds are first sown indoors in seedling trays or outdoors on seed beds & later the seedlings are transplanted into the container or in raised beds.
Sowing container: Seedling trays/ seed cups/ small polybags/ Seed bed.
Sowing medium: Coco peat (indoors), Fine soil (outdoors)
Steps for seed sowing (Seed starting) in a container:
Covering: Keep the seed tray in a box or cover it with paper for first 4-5 days to encourage faster seed germination.
Growth stages of Pak Choi Plant:Sprouting Stage: Seeds will germinate within first 6-8 days & tiny sprouts will be visible. Once seeds germinate, put the tray on an open partially sunny spot near the window. Don’t cover the tray anymore.
Cotyledons: The first two leaves will emerge in the second week of germination. These are false leaves called as cotyledons.
First leaves: First leaves will emerge above cotyledons at the end of the second week.
Seedling stage: Second week onwards, seedlings will start growing into a small plant. At this stage exposé the seedlings to more & more sunlight for leaf growth.
Thinning: After the second week, keep only single seedling per cell/cup. Cut off the weak, small & lagging seedlings with a pair of scissors.
Transplantation: 21 to 25 days after the seed sowing, your seedlings will be ready to transplant in container pots or raised beds.
Spacing: Plant the seedlings minimum 1 feet apart (30x30 cm), from each other on raised beds or in a container.
How to take care for Pak Choi Plant:Sunlight: Pakchoi grows well under full sunlight in winter. So place your containers accordingly.
Watering: Water your potted Pakchoi plant every alternate day in winter. Water at the soil near the plant. Use a watering can and make sure that the plants get water in the form of the shower & not by a single flow. You can also make provision for watering by drip irrigation system for your raised beds. Avoid overwatering.
Manuring: Add good quality organic manure in the soil with 2:1 ratio before transplanting the seedling. Organic fertilizer can be well rotten cow dung manure, farmyard manure, compost or Vermicompost.
Top Dressing: Apply balanced liquid fertiliser or handful of vermicompost to each plant, every 15 days after transplantation.
Plant care: Always look for the early signs of any insect/fungal/ any other infections. Spray appropriate medicines as soon as any symptoms of such diseases are spotted. Watch out for Snails & slugs.
Microgreens: If you plan to grow micro greens Pakchoi, grow it indoors in flat containers. Sow-scatter the seeds in a crowded manner. You can harvest it in 10-15 days by uprooting baby plants.
Harvesting: (60-70 days from seed sowing) 35 to 40 days after transplantation, Pak Choi will be ready to harvest. Harvest Pak Choi leaves by cutting from the base. Leaves can be harvested as long as cool climate persists.
|No.of Seeds||10 g|
|Spacing (Row to Row X Plant to Plant)||30cm x 15cm|
|Germination Time||8 - 10 days|
|Yield||Approx. 2 - 3 ton/Acre.|
|Product Weight||10 g|
|Product Height||18 cm|
|Product Width||11 cm|
|Product Depth||1 cm|
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