Ever since hydroponics came into operation, it has completely changed the way plants are grown. Plants grown in hydroponics are better quality and yield than crops grown in the ground.
Bok Choy is an amazingly nutritious plant that thrives on hydroponic growth system. Commonly called Chinese cabbage and belongs to the leafy vegetable family
Bok Choy or Chinese cabbage has green to black leaves with strong stems. It can grow up to 4-12 inches in size. The size can reach higher if the growing season is longer.
It is considered one of the healthiest foods in the world as ranked sixth in the Aggregate Nutrient Density Index (ANDI) of fruits and vegetables.
Today we will discuss the various processes involved in the hydroponic production of Bok Choy.
The distribution of Bok Choy by seed is much easier than propagating by cutting, which is why it is important to choose the best quality seeds for your flexible system and tolerate small changes that occur in the growing environment.
After sowing the seeds in suitable sources for growth, they germinate within 3-7 days at a given temperature of between 10 ° C and 22 ° C.
Seeds also need a minimum light period of 6-7 hours for good development. After 17 to 28 days of growth, the developed seedlings are transplanted into a hydroponic growth system for development.
5-6 weeks after transplanting, Bok Choy is ready for the harvesting process. The plant is fully harvested as the rest of the crop is eaten.
The difference is related to the temperature of the bok choy planted with hydroponic water temperature which will also affect the amount of oxygen the water can hold.
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