Growing Cabbage

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22 Dec 19 Lea (Australia - temperate climate)
Sorry correction what bug or virus can affect a cabbage
27 Dec 19 anon (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
I think the white cabbage moth is the main problem. Bugs and moths etc. are more prevalent when there is rain. So you would be checking the plants more often after rain. Research on the internet for more info on bugs etc. and for natural sprays. In warm/hot climates best time to grow cabbage is late summer to early spring.
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