How to Grow Bok Choy

Bok Choy, a Chinese cabbage, matures quickly – within a month of sowing, you can usually start harvesting leaves – but it also handles heat better than other leafy green crops. Also spelled Pak Choi. Botanical Information Taxonomy Brassica rapa chinensis A smaller Chinese cabbage with looser, dark green leaves Close relative to tatsoi, member […]

Baby Bok Choy

Details Brassica rapa chinensis Open-Pollinated Type: ? Shape: ? Color: green leaves with white stalk Maturity: 40 days Size: smaller head of bok choy Taste: “mild mustard flavor”, “juicy, crisp texture” Disease Resistance or Environmental Tolerance: cold-hardy Notes: Sources: Bountiful Gardens Results from My Garden:  SEASON SOURCE DATES PLANTS SPACING MATURITY YIELD PER PLANT AVG […]


Clubroot is caused by the soil-borne fungus Plasmodiophora brassicae, and it is the most serious disease of the brassica family. Physical Description Very serious problem where fungus attacks roots and kills the plant Google images of clubroot Species & Taxonomy Kingdom: Rhizaria Phylum: Cercozoa Class: Phytomyxea Order: Plasmodiophorales Family: Plasmodiophoraceae Genus Species: Plasmodiophora brassicae Lifecycle spores are […]