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bok choy

Posted by clairdo2 3 (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 18, 12 at 11:02

Can i plant bok choy in zone 3....

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RE: bok choy

yes, you should be able to, they are a cool weather crop.

you can start seeds in a shallow tray in a small greenhouse or next to a south facing window inside. once you're clear of frost, you can seperate them and plant outside.

RE: bok choy

Bok choy is best direct sow in spring or fall. But fall (july/august) is preferred.

The ideal temperature for bok choy is between 50 and 72.

hope this helps

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