Planting instruction: You can scatter the tatsoi seeds either directly into the prepared soil or in rows. Planting the seeds in rows will be good. Space the rows to about 10 inches apart, and plant the seeds in rows to about 2 inches apart. You can thin the seedlings later.
Soil condition: The best medium for the seeds is a fertile, well-drained soil with a pH ranging from 5.5 to 6.7, enriched with organic matter, such as compost or dried manure.
Fertilizing: Tatsoi plants are not among the heavy feeders. They will grow just fine if you already have prepared the soil by adding lots of organic materials into it. Applying additional fertilizers is not required.
Watering: Once a day
Mulching: Mulching helps to retain moisture into the soil. And it also helps to control most of the weeds from the garden. So laying a 2-3 inch layer of mulch will aid in water retention and regulate soil temperatures.
Thinning: Tatsoi plants don’t grow well if they are overcrowded. So, thin the seedlings to about 6 inches part when they are between 2 and 4 inches tall.
Care: Keep celery planting beds weed free to avoid competition for moisture and nutrients
Days to germination: Tatsoi seedlings take between 7 and 10 days to emerge once the seed is sown.
Harvesting: Harvesting can be done when the vegetables are still young and tender.
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