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Bok Choy 'Joi Choi' Seeds

Joi Choi – (55 days) This hybrid has dark green leaves and a white stem. It is fast growing, vigorous and slow bolting. Sow seeds in fall. It tolerates a wide range of temperatures. Prepare rows 14"-20" apart in fertile, well drained soil. Plant each seed 1/2"-1/4" deep and 1"-2" apart. Thin seedlings 6"-8" apart. Harvest in 40-55 days. Used in stir-fry or eat raw. This pak choi has a mild, pleasant, slightly mustardy flavor. Pick one leaf at a time or harvest the whole plant.

Seeds for 2003.

Purchased from Island Pacific

Quantity: 1

Plant Chinese cabbage Brassica rapa (Chinensis Group) 1636
Variety Joi Choi 38

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Name Garden Gardener Location Planted Archived
Bok Choy 'Joi Choi' Bok Choy 'Joi Choi'

Brassica rapa (Chinensis Group)

joeysplanting Vallejo, California CA, United States Vallejo, Californ... 24 Apr 08 06 Jun 08 (Died)
Bok Choy 'Joi Choi' Bok Choy 'Joi Choi'

Brassica rapa (Chinensis Group)

joeysplanting Vallejo, California CA, United States Vallejo, Californ... 19 Nov 08 01 May 10 (Harvested)
Bok Choy 'Joi Choi' (2010-2011 Batch 1) Bok Choy 'Joi Choi' (2010-2011 Batch 1)

Brassica rapa (Chinensis Group)

joeysplanting Vallejo, California CA, United States Vallejo, Californ... 21 Oct 10
Bok Choy 'Joi Choi' (2010-2011 Batch 2) Bok Choy 'Joi Choi' (2010-2011 Batch 2)

Brassica rapa (Chinensis Group)

joeysplanting Vallejo, California CA, United States Vallejo, Californ... 14 Nov 10 01 Mar 11 (Harvested)
Bok Choy 'Joi Choi' (2010-2011 Batch 3) Bok Choy 'Joi Choi' (2010-2011 Batch 3)

Brassica rapa (Chinensis Group)

joeysplanting Vallejo, California CA, United States Vallejo, Californ... 26 Jan 11

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