(as of Jan 24,2022 03:43:01 UTC – Details)
You will get 1 packet contains Tendergreen Mustard Green Komatsuna Seeds For Planting 1 G, Non-GMO, American Seeds, Heirloom, Brassica rapa var. perviridis
Growing komatsuna in home garden is not too difficult. It is a biennial plant that is tolerant of very cold temperatures as well as the heat (but extreme heat may cause it to bolt). However here we are describing more information about growing komatsuna in your home garden.
Nitrogen rich soil is considered good for growing komatsuna. So before planting, prepare the soil by adding as much organic materials as you can. Till the soil and add well-rotted manure or decomposed compost.
You can either sow the seeds directly in the garden or start the seeds early indoors. You can plant the seeds in rows, which should be 12-18 inches apart. Sow the seeds to 4-6 inches apart, and thin later to about 12 inches apart when the seedlings are 4-6 inches tall. You can use the thinnings in salads.
You don’t have to water the komatsuna plants too often. Because the plants are drought tolerant. But consistent irrigation will help the plants to grow well. Try to keep the area free from weeds either by hoeing or by hand.