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  1. Oct 19,  · If you space too widely when the market prefers a medium cabbage, you’ll have to harvest too early, and so lose yield potential. Planting cabbages When planting on flat ground instead of beds, it’s good to keep rows about 60cm apart and regulate size by the distance apart in the row.
  2. Harvest cabbages by cutting with a sharp knife close to ground level. A quick tip when growing spring and summer cabbage - cut a 13mm(1/2") deep cross in the top of the stump and a secondary crop of small cabbages will grow from the cut surface. Cabbages are mainly cut as required for immediate use.
  3. An important thing to remember is cabbage likes cool temperatures. Cabbage will not form a head but will instead split or bolt if exposed to too much heat or severe frost. In cold winter areas, cabbage is a spring and fall crop. Sow cabbage seeds indoors 8 weeks before the last spring frost for a spring crop and 14 weeks before the first fall.
  4. Jan 03,  · If you are planting multiple rows of cabbage, space the rows 2 feet apart. Prepare your soil seedling by digging it over with a garden fork,then rake it to make a fine seed bed. Your Cabbage will need affirm soil base to keep their roots anchored because cabbage heads are heavy. You can plant in rows or staggered.
  5. Growing Cabbage In Containers. Cabbage is a great vegetable to grow your garden. As a biennial crop, growing cabbages in pots can be very rewarding and also challenging. With the right amount of care and attention, you will soon be producing your own cabbage patch in no time.
  6. Jan 04,  · Spacing requirements vary: grow spring cabbages 25cm apart, with 30cm between rows; summer cabbages 38cm apart, with 30cm between rows, autumn cabbages 45cm apart, with 45cm between rows; and winter cabbages 45cm apart, with 60cm between rows. Club root is a soil-borne infection that distorts the roots of cabbages and inhibits growth.
  7. Plant spring cabbages just 10cm (4in) apart in rows 30cm (1ft) apart, then thin out to 30cm (1ft) apart in late February/March and use the thinnings as delicious, tasty spring greens. Water plants well in dry weather and cover the soil with a mulch to conserve soil moisture.
  8. Apr 15,  · Arrange your cabbage in rows with plenty of sun exposure. Cabbage needs at least 6 hours of sunshine a day. The more sun your cabbage gets, the larger and faster the heads will grow. Set the seedlings in rows 12 to 24 inches (30 to 61 cm) apart%(7).

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