Sowing Guide

How to Sow Giant Pak Choi Seeds

How to Sow Giant Pak Choi Seeds

Producing edible vegetables, which will reach a height of around 8 inches once fully grown. Giant pak choi is easy to sow and grow variety, producing spoon-shaped leaves consisting of White crisp ribs with green leaves. For the best flavour, harvest giant pak choi young. Also known as bok choy or pok choi, this variety is typically used extensively in Asian cuisine. Most Asian vegetables are grown historically as an art form. For pak choi which are compact and tight ribbed, a high level of care is required. This includes lowering stems into the ground, if they become too long.

Sowing Guide for Giant Pak Choi Seeds

  • This variety can be grown indoors in pots or containers that are large enough while getting enough sunlight.
  • The germination period is between 7 to 14 days and will fully mature in around 45 days.
  • Sowing directly outdoors, wait until after the last frost has passed giving the seeds a spacing of 12 to 18″ at a depth of 1/4″ and row spacing at 24 to 36″.
  • For a more compact pak choi, lower stems into the ground. If they become leggy. Under less than ideal conditions, central stems can become too long.
  • After sowing seeds, firm the soil and ensure it is kept moist. This will help pak choi to form better root systems.
  • Avoid transplanting a bare root, as this can cause the pak choi to go into shock. This makes the plant go to seed.

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