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Growing Pak Choy, also Pak choi

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19 Sep 17 warwick (Australia - cool/mountain climate)
i can not seem to find the answer to the question and that is will this do ok in part shade
29 Sep 17 John (Australia - tropical climate)
Most leaf vegetables will do well in part shade. It is the fruiting ones such as beans, tomatoes, zucchinis, corn, etc that need more sun
23 Sep 17 Mike (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Position: Part or full sun, well drained soil
22 Sep 17 Darren (Australia - temperate climate)
Going by your region, I would say possibly only in the summer months, depending on how much shade you mean. I live in a warm temperate region, and grow it in full sun, all year round.
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