Seeds germinate quickly even in cold soil. Plant as soon as soil can be worked in spring.
Avoid planting after other cabbage family crops.
Plant ¼ inch deep and 1 inch apart in rows, or broadcast alone or mixed with other greens. Gradually thin to 6-inch spacings using thinnings for salads.
Make new plantings every 2 to 3 weeks for a continuous supply until about a month before your average first frost date.
Slow bolting by reducing heat and moisture stress. Provide some shade for warm-season plantings.
Fast-growing plants are good for intercropping and relay cropping.
Often self-seeds. Is self-sterile and requires insects for pollination. Will not cross with other members of the mustard family.
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