How to Grow Asian Greens Seeds
Grow your favorite Asian greens right in your home garden with this step-by-step guide. From the milder taste of pak choi to the peppery mustard greens, Asian vegetables are ready to be picked again and again within a month of sowing.
- Excerpted from Ready, Set, Grow! by DK BooksDorling Kindersley
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4. Watch for dry weather.
These plants need to be kept well watered. Otherwise, they will stop producing delicious leaves and put all their energy into bolting — flowering and producing seeds — to complete their life cycle before they die.
5. Maintain seedlings.
Once they appear, remove the cover and thin out so there’s about a 2 in (5 cm) gap between each plant. The thinnings can be eaten.
6. Water plants well.
After 30 days, pick a few young leaves from each plant to encourage new growth.
Excerpted from Ready, Set, Grow! by DK Books
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