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Pak Choi: How to Grow

Quick to grow and very tasty, pak choi is ideal for growing as a catch-crop, once one crop has been harvested and before another is sown.

It’s also very versatile and can be used for baby leaves, or left to mature.

Here’s our guide on how to grow pak choi

Step 1

Seeds can be sown between April and August.

Sow seeds thinly, any thinning needed can be used as baby leaves.

Pak choi could also be grown in a planter on the patio, if space is limited in the veg patch.

Feed with Westland Potato and Vegetable Feed.

Step 2

Harvest between July and October and cropping can be extended by growing under cloches to provide protection from frost.

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