Cabbage is a leafy green, red (purple), or white (pale green) biennial plant grown as an annual vegetable crop for its dense leaved heads.

Plant Compact, large plant with bluish-green leaves. Average head weight of 2.5-3.0 kg.
Maturity Harvest starts from 65-80 days from Sowing
Environment Well-drained red loamy soil. Natural sunlight. Water whenever surface soil is dry. Suitable under protective conditions.
Height after growth 1 foot
Planting Season May-November
Watering Alternate days
Planting & Growing Instructions Direct seeds sowing. Sow the seeds 1 cm deep. Regularly apply nutrients and plant protection. Bed Sowing in 6 inches to 1 feet distance.
Note: Used as seeds only and not for consumption. Seeds to be sown before the expiry date.

Planting And Care:

  • When transplants reach 5 inches tall, thin to make sure they are still the desired length apart.
  • Fertilize 3 weeks after transplanting.
  • Keep soil moist with mulch and water 2 inches per week.
  • Start cabbage seeds indoors 6 to 8 weeks before the last spring frost.
  • Harden off plants over the course of a week.
  • Transplant outdoors 2 to 3 weeks before the last expected frost date.
  • Mulch thickly to retain moisture and regulate soil temperature.
  • Practice crop rotation with cabbage year to year to avoid a build-up of soil-borne diseases.
  • Although broccoli, cauliflower, and cabbage are closely related, cabbage will not tolerate them.
  • Also, avoid proximity to strawberries and tomatoes.

Cabbage Special Pride Care:

  • The planting season for cabbage is quite long
  • Early cabbage should be transplanted as soon as possible so that it can mature before summertime heat.
  • If you have been wondering when to plant cabbage plants, you should know that several varieties are available at different maturity times so you can have a harvest all summer long.
  • When thinking about when to plant cabbage plants, you should remember that hardened plants can be very tolerant of frosts
    Therefore, you can plant these early in the spring with other cool-season vegetables.
  • Late cabbage can be started during mid-summer, but remember that they will not develop ahead until fall.
  • Plant transplanted seedling 12 to 24 inches apart in rows, depending on the size of the head desired.

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