Growing Chinese cabbage, also Wong bok, wong nga pak, napa cabbage

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14 Aug 22 Ray (Australia - temperate climate)
I tried growing napa cabbage in summer, winter and spring for 2 years. germinated quickly 3-5 days if the soil is kept moist. The problem is, the never the core never coil to form a ball and started flowering.
16 Aug 22 (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Don'ty have too rich a soil and plant in late April May June - after the rain season has finished.
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