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Category Archives: Pak Choi
With the help of my new planting cells, I’ve managed to plant more cool weather crops and in greater quantities than last year… and it really shows ! My [..]
While the warm season harvest may be over, there is lots of work pertaining to the warm season left to do. One of the biggest challenges is organizing [..]
The garden is so very big that I often don’t get to see whats growing in the different area everyday, and sometimes I may miss a portion for [..]
I finally got some Pak Choi to grow, and I’ve very excited to try it out. This Asian crop can be planted either in early spring or in [..]