Cabbage (Brassica oleracea or variations) is a verdant green biennial plant, developed as a yearly vegetable yield for its thick leaved heads. Firmly identified with other cole crops, for example, broccoli, cauliflower, and brussels grows, it dives from B. oleracea var. oleracea, a wild field cabbage.
Cabbage heads by and large range from 1 to 8 pounds (0.5 to 4 kg) and can be green, purple and white. Smooth-leafed firm-headed green cabbages are the most widely recognized, with smooth-leafed red and crease leafed savoy cabbages of the two hues seen more rarely.This cool-season crop develops best when daytime temperatures are during the 60s F.
Direct-seed or transplant spring crops for new use in summer. Plant fall crops for winter stockpiling or sauerkraut. Lifecycle: yearly Ease-of-care: tolerably troublesome, Requires great soil, convenient planting and assurance from bothers.
|Common Name||Chinese cabbage, Napa cabbage, Peking cabbage, Celery cabbage|
|Height||Height: 1 to 2 feet Spread: 1.5 to 3 feet|
Planting And Care
- At the point when transplants arrive at 5 inches tall, slim to ensure they are as yet the ideal length separated
- Prepare 3 weeks in the wake of transplanting
- Keep soil wet with mulch and water 2 inches for each week
- To set up the dirt, till in matured excrement or manure
- Transplant outside 2 to 3 weeks before the last expected ice date
- Plant 12 to 24 inches separated in lines, contingent upon the size of head wanted
- The closer you plant, the littler the heads
- Mulch thickly to hold dampness and control soil temperature
- Practice crop turn with cabbage year to year to keep away from a development of soil-borne illnesses
- Cabbage can be developed close to beans and cucumbers