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Climate and soil requirements: Cabbage grows best in cool and moist climates with temperatures ranging from 10°C to 25°C. They prefer well-drained, fertile soil with a pH range of 6.0 to 6.5.
Seed sowing: Sow cabbage seeds in a seed tray or directly in the soil. The seeds should be sown 0.5 cm deep and spaced 2-3 cm apart. Once the seedlings have grown to a height of 3-4 cm, thin them to one plant per pot or hole.
Sunlight and watering: Cabbage requires full sunlight for at least 6-8 hours a day. Water the plants regularly, especially during the head formation stage. Make sure the soil remains moist but not waterlogged.
Fertilization: Cabbage plants require regular fertilization to produce healthy heads. Apply organic manure or compost at the time of planting and every month thereafter.
Pest and disease control: Cabbage is susceptible to pests like aphids and diseases like clubroot. Use organic pesticides to control these pests and diseases.
Thinning and weeding: Thin the plants regularly to ensure each plant has enough space to grow. Remove weeds regularly to prevent competition for nutrients.
Harvesting: Cabbage takes about 70-90 days to mature. The heads are ready for harvesting when they are firm to the touch and have reached full size. Cut the head from the plant using a sharp knife or shears.
How to Grow in Grow Bags?
In grow bags, the process is similar to growing in a home garden. Make sure the grow bags have good drainage and provide enough depth for the roots to grow. The same soil, sunlight, and watering requirements apply, but you may need to water more frequently as the soil in grow bags can dry out quickly.