Brassica oleracea var. chinensis
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Chinese cabbage "Pak-choy" - Brassica rapa var. chinensis.
One of the types of collard greens, forms an upright rosette of leaves with a diameter of 20-40 cm.
Productivity - up to 16-18 kg / m2 in greenhouses and up to 4-5 kg ​​/ m2 in open ground.
For open ground and film shelters. Chinese cabbage can be grown as an early summer and fall crop.
Chinese cabbage does not tolerate transplanting, therefore, most often it is grown by sowing seeds in the ground in a permanent place.
Sowing starts at the end of April. Planting pattern: 30-40 cm x 15-20 cm.
Early maturing: leaves can be harvested 40-50 days after sowing the seeds and 25 days after planting the seedlings.
A characteristic feature of Chinese cabbage is a wide petiole at the base of an entire leaf of an obovate shape.
The diameter of the rosette of leaves is 20-40 cm. Does not form a head of cabbage. Cold-resistant, little affected by diseases.

Eng.: Chinese cabbage (Pak-choy). Suom.: Pinaattikiinankaali, pak-choi. Sven.: Japansk Kål Pak Choi. Bot. syn.: Brassica antiquorum H.Lev., Brassica campestris subsp. chinensis (L.) Makino, Brassica campestris var. chinensis (L.) T.Ito, Brassica chinensis L., Brassica dubiosa L.H.Bailey, Brassica oleracea var. chinensis (L.) Prain, Brassica rapa var. amplexicaulis Y.Tanaka et Ono, Brassica rapa var. chinensis (L.) Kitam.

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