Platinum developed the hybrid cabbage variety known as Pride One F1. This type grows well for fresh market products and is disease-resistant. It develops a head that is relatively large and properly covered in light green layers.
Tips For Planting Cabbage
Fill each hole with a seed after digging a 2-3 cm deep hole. To raise the seedlings, you can use nursery bags, sack bags, and surface rubbers. After three to four weeks, move the seedlings to the main field where you are growing cabbage. They should have 4-5 leaves by now or when they are 14–16 cm tall.
The rows should be spaced 45 cm apart, and the gap should be 60 cm. The variety you are planting will also affect how far apart you space them. Early cabbage requires 50 to 70 days, mid-season requires 70 to 90 days, and late-season requires 90 to 125 days.
Water the beds heavily before you plant the crop to make sure there is enough moisture in the soil for the plant to take root. In order to avoid scorching and heat shock, plant the seedlings in the evening or while it’s cold outside.
The pH of the soil should range from 6.5 to 7.5. The time it takes for different varieties of cabbage to germinate varies from 5 to 17 days.