The Royal Seed Company’s Fabiola hybrid cabbage has exceptional attributes and is one of their best-selling products. The cabbage is a cool-weather crop with outstanding wrapper leaves and a semi-flat head form.
Fabiola F1 Cabbage (Royal Seed Brand) Characteristics
having a field holding capacity of 21 days and heat tolerance
superior capacity for field holding
matures between 75 and 80 days after donation.
5 kg of head weight
Potential yield of 60 tonnes per acre
Having a semi-flat head shape and superior wrapper leaves
resistances/tolerances to excellent black rot and ringspot
Advantages of Cabbage
Low in calories and high in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants is cabbage.
a reduction in inflammation.
frequent bowel motions maintain the health of the digestive system.
decrease the danger of heart disease.
Maintain a healthy blood pressure range.
Outstanding source of vitamin K1, which is necessary for blood clotting.
It is a versatile vegetable that you can easily include in your diet.
How To Grow Cabbage And Harvest It
Being a heavy feeder, cabbage rapidly depletes the soil of necessary nutrients. Incorporate compost and/or old manure into the soil to prepare it in advance.
Because roots that stand in wet cause their heads to split or decay, soil should be well-draining.
Plant miniature plants outside on a cloudy afternoon.
Depending on the desired size of the head, space seedlings in rows 12 to 24 inches apart. The cabbage heads get smaller the closer you plant them.
Thin seedlings to the required distance apart when they are around 5 inches tall. You can move the seedlings you’ve thinned elsewhere if you’d like.
To maintain moisture and control soil temperature, cover the area with a thick layer of mulch.
2 inches of water every week per square foot.
60 to 65° F is the ideal soil temperature for growth. Young plants may bolt or develop loose heads if they are repeatedly exposed to temperatures below 45 °F.
If cold weather is anticipated, cover the plants.
Apply a balanced fertiliser two weeks after transplanting.
Add a nitrogen-rich fertiliser three weeks later; cabbage needs nitrogen in the early stages.
When the proper size and firmness are reached, harvest. On the stem, mature heads that are left may split.
Most green cabbage cultivars take 70 to 85 days to reach maturity, and the majority yield heads that weigh 1 to 3 pounds.
Use a sharp knife to cut each cabbage head at the base to harvest it. The head should be brought inside right away or put in some shade after any yellow leaves have been removed (but keep any loose green leaves; they offer protection when being stored).
Remove the cabbage head from the plant while leaving the outer leaves and root in the garden to produce two crops. New heads will sprout from the plant.
Remove the entire stem and root system from the ground after harvesting to avoid disease. Only compost healthy plants; burn any that have been infested with maggots.