Brassica rapa ssp. japonica
Brand: Semo
Packaged:1,6 g
Ex Tax: 2.25€
Japanese sheet cabbage "Mibuna" - Brassica rapa ssp. japonica.
Easy to grow and fast growing salad culture. Very cold hardy.
The period from full germination to the beginning of technical ripeness is 60 - 70 days. Contains biologically active substances: carotene, vitamins C, B1, B2, PP, potassium, calcium, phosphorus, iron salts. Forms a horizontal or slightly raised rosette of 44-60 leaves, 37-41 cm high, 64-75 cm in diameter. Leaves are green, lyre-pinnately-lobed, smooth or slightly wrinkled, incised along the edge. The petiole is white. The mass of one plant is 1.0-1.7 kg.
Good taste. The yield of leaves with petioles is 5.0-6.5 kg / sq. m.
Plants are unpretentious, relatively heat and cold resistant. After cutting, young leaves grow back, which makes it possible to receive products throughout the entire summer-autumn period. The variety is resistant to flowering.
The value of the variety: high yield, resistance to adverse environmental conditions, long period of economic validity. Grown in open or protected ground from early spring to late autumn, sowing it at several times. To obtain early production, seedlings are sown in March and early April. When grown outdoors, the planting pattern is 30 x 50 cm, in greenhouses - 20 x 15-20 cm. The optimum temperature for growth and development is + 20 ° C. Recommended for vitamin salads.

* Japanese cabbage is a real exotic, it is the most little-known among cabbages. It is grown mainly in Japan and on the Pacific coast of China.
In terms of its biochemical composition, it differs little from Peking and Chinese cabbage. Moreover, it is in Japanese cabbage that the least mustard oils are contained, which give cabbage plants a specific taste and aroma.
This cabbage grows a little slower than Peking and Chinese cabbage.
Since the leaves contain less mustard oils than Chinese cabbage and Chinese cabbage, Japanese cabbage is even more beneficial for cardiovascular diseases and stomach ulcers.
They are mainly eaten fresh for salads, sandwiches, decorating dishes.

Eng.: Japanese sheet cabbage. Suom.: Japaninsinappi, Mibuna-ryhmä. Sven.: Mibunakål, Japansk kålkål. Bot.: Brassica rapa ssp. japonica.

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