Growing Pak Choy, also Pak choi

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12 May 20 Scott F (Australia - cool/mountain climate)
Are pak choy frost tolerant?
18 May 20 Paul Lehmann (Australia - arid climate)
A light frost is not a problem but if you get a heavy Jack Frost they will go to God like any other plant. I'm in Arid Western Vic and get at least two or three Jack Frosts unless I cover them with a frost proofing cover.
13 May 20 Anon (Australia - cool/mountain climate)
By the planting guide for cool mountain climate I would say maybe an odd light frost. Where I live we don't have frosts. They are a cool weather crop.
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