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05/03/2014 at 11:30
Hi,
Somebody's offering me a small tray of pak choi seedlings. Before I collect it, I wanted to know if these can be grown indoors in a small space. The only space I have is an area near my window. Will it be possible to grow these seedlings in a small tray near a window?

Thanks,
Reeba
05/03/2014 at 11:30
Hi,
Somebody's offering me a small tray of pak choi seedlings. Before I collect it, I wanted to know if these can be grown indoors in a small space. The only space I have is an area near my window. Will it be possible to grow these seedlings in a small tray near a window?

Thanks,
Reeba
Edd
05/03/2014 at 11:58

I have only ever grown them as baby leaves or micro-greens. They did well in the window sill.

Pak choy is a cool season crop that prefers temperatures of about 15-20°C Too much sunlight will make them bolt and they must be kept moist at all times. Not sure how the bigger varieties will grow indoors but it Would be interesting to find out. You should get 2-3 crops off each plant if they are successful.

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