East-West Seeds’ Marulli 201 cabbage is a medium-early hybrid with good heat tolerance and resilience. It is a vegetable with a large yield that is very simple to grow.
Cabbage Marulli 201 characteristics
50 to 60 days for early maturity
Type of Plant: Vegetable
Sunlight: Full Sun
Loamy or sandy soil
The pH of the soil: zero
Benefits of Marulli 201 cabbage for health
Low in calories and high in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants is cabbage.
Because it has strong antioxidants, it can reduce inflammation.
It includes vitamin C, a strong antioxidant that provides 85% of the recommended daily intake (RDI) in one cup (89 grams).
maintains a healthy digestive tract by supplying food for beneficial bacteria and encouraging regular bowel motions.
As a result of the potent pigments called carotenes that cabbage contains, it lowers the risk of heart disease.
Because potassium helps to keep blood pressure within a safe range, it lowers high blood pressure levels.
Due to its ratio of soluble fiber and plant sterols, reduces LDL cholesterol.
Due to the presence of Vitamin K, essential for blood coagulation
A versatile vegetable that is simple to include in the diet is cabbage. used to prepare a wide range of foods, such as salads, stews, soups, slaws, and sauerkraut.
selecting and getting ready a planting location
Because it quickly depletes the soil of necessary nutrients, cabbage is a heavy feeder.
Incorporate compost and/or old manure into the soil to prepare it in advance.
Because roots that stand wet cause their heads to split or decay, the soil should be well-draining.
Ways to grow cabbage
Harden off the plants over the course of a week before putting the seedlings outside.
2 to 3 weeks before the final date of the spring frost, transplant little plants outdoors on a cloudy afternoon.
Depending on the desired head size, space seedlings in rows 12 to 24 inches apart. The cabbage heads get smaller the closer you plant them.
Marulli 201 Cabbage Growing Instructions (East-West Seeds)
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.
Mulch the area densely to control soil temperature and maintain moisture.
2 inches of water every week per square foot.
Young plants exposed to temperatures below 45°F for an extended length of time may bolt or generate loose heads because the ideal soil temperature for growth is 60 to 65° F.
Fertilize with a balanced (10-10-10) fertilizer two weeks after transplanting.
Add a nitrogen-rich fertilizer three weeks later since early-stage cabbage needs nitrogen.
Use crop rotation when growing cabbages to prevent the accumulation of soil-borne illnesses.