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Mustard Gai Choy

NZ $2.95

Description

Possibly the most common mustard greens used in Chinese cuisine, served as a side dish or appetiser. They can be eaten raw, boiled, steamed or stir-fried in sesame oil with garlic and a hint of red chilli for a simple flavourful side dish. Fast growing vigorous plants can be harvested 25 days from transplant and have broad flat light green crisp leaves that are similar to an Iceberg lettuce in texture.

Matures 25 days from transplant.
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7578

Brassica juncea

Information

OPTIMUM SOIL TEMP FOR GERMINATION DAYS TO GERMINATION DISTANCE APART TO PLANT SEEDLINGS PREFERRED GROWING PERIOD WHEN TO SOW NUMBER OF SEEDS PER PACKET PREFERRED GROWING METHOD BEST USE
18-25 7-10 25cm-icon 25cm Cooler Temps 1.2.3 500 Transplant-icon Transplant Asian Cuisine-icon Asian Cuisine

KEY to WHEN TO SOW

  1 Early Spring 2 Late Spring &
Early Summer
3 Late Summer &
Early Autumn

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