Growing Cabbage Organically

Growing cabbage organically is only necessary if you want to reap the harvest of food cultivated on a natural scale; otherwise, you may just as easily buy the cabbage you obtain commercially at department shops or night markets.

Growing Cabbage Organically
Different Types of Cabbages

I’m going to teach you how to “grow cabbage organically” in this post.

When goods are cultivated organically, especially veggies like cabbage, you obtain all of the vegetable’s health advantages. Furthermore, this vegetable may be consumed both fresh and cooked. You may have them in two different hues. People that produce this vegetable often do it during the cooler months of the year.

The Type of Cabbages you can Grow Organically

  1. Green Cabbage – Smaller varieties, such as green cabbage, can be planted closer together.
  2.  Red Cabbage – This kind of cabbage provides a higher level of both vitamin A and C than other varieties, as well as the visual and tempting aspect of the color.
  3. Savoy Cabbage – Has dark outer leaves that are crisp and crinkly.
  4.  Pointed Cabbage – Has a circular head rather than a square head. It grows erect with light-pointed leaves on the outside. This shields it from the sun’s rays.
  5. Napa Cabbage – This is a Chinese kind of cabbage that matures quickly and has delicious leaves.

Time for Growing Cabbage Organically

Organic cabbage is often grown in the spring. You may start the germination process indoors before the final spring frost and then transplant it outside after six weeks. It germinates best at temperatures ranging from 65 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit.

Planting  and Growing Cabbage

Growing cabbage in direct sunshine needs well-draining soil with enough organic fertilizer. The soil’s fertility should be between 6 and 6.5.

To begin, loosen the planting area’s beds and apply a two-inch layer of organic fertilizer with some manure. Then thoroughly wet the mattresses. Plant the various types 18 to 20 inches apart, leaving a space of about 18 to 20 inches between them. Water thoroughly every two to three days.

Harvesting and Storing Cabbage

When the heads of cabbage feel solid, it is time to harvest them. Simply cut the whole cabbage off the stem at the boyyom and discard the dirt and dried compost. You may accomplish this by spraying it with water. You don’t need to be concerned because you grew your cabbage organically, without the use of any chemicals.

You may now keep your organically grown cabbage in the fridge for up to two weeks and in a cold spot for up to a couple of months. It is usually a good idea to clean the cabbage before eating it, as it may contain insects.

Cabbage on the kitchen counter
Colored Cabbage on The Kitchen Counter

With this, I’ve come to show you how to growing cabbage organically.

To read and learn how I grow herbs and vegetables organically for better food, check out Organic Gardening Here.


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