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Feb 20, 2011

Thinning out pak-chois

Today I thinned out some pak choi sprouts since the planting beds inside a vinyl tunnel were crowded with the sprouts. I'm very happy to see arrays of pak chois which have been struggle with cold temperature and I feel worth setting up the tunnels.



I tried to re-plant thinned out spouts whose roots were intact experimentally.
Usually thinned out sprouts are thrown out but I found a space for them inside the tunnel. It's very lucky if the sprouts can keep growing.



-- from iPad

3 comments:

~Holly~ said...

Looks like your tunnel is working well! Good luck on those pak choi!

Theanne and Baron said...

It's so wonderful seeing new veggies coming up...the tunnel seems to work very well!

takaeko said...

Thinning out is an important job for growing healthy and bigger vegetables. Selecting which should be thinned out requires caution and care.