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Growing Pak Choy, also Pak choi

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08 Jan 14 Leigh (Australia - cool/mountain climate)
Pak Choy seedlings gone to seed soon after planting in hot house. Any reason why ?
26 Feb 14 Betty (Australia - temperate climate)
I find pak choy plants go so seed in the summer months, I find autumn plantings better. They germinate quickly in the garden, usually under a week. I plant seeds other months as well to keep a supply of the greens but use them quickly, sometimes even with the flower head. - Betty
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