PECHAY SUPER BLACK BEHI 12G

PECHAY SUPER BLACK BEHI 12G

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Purity: +99.9%
Germ: +90%
M.C: 7.0%
Net WT.: 12grams

Pechay Super Black Behi- Pechay is the most popular vegetable in the Filipino household. This vegetable can be planted all year round and is a very easy grower. It is rich in vitamins. Pechay leaves can be a supplement to soup or stir fried with any seafood, meat, or served alone with plain garlic. Pechay Super Black Behi- Pechay is the most popular vegetable in the Filipino household. This vegetable can be planted all year round and is a very easy grower. It is rich in vitamins. Pechay leaves can be a supplement to soup or stir fried with any seafood, meat, or served alone with plain garlic. 
UsesPechay is used mainly for its immature, but fully expanded tender leaves. The succulent petioles are often the preferred part. It is used as main ingredient for soup and stir-fried dishes. In Chinese cuisine, its green petioles and leaves are also used as garnish.
Climatic and Soil RequirementsPechay can be grown from low to mid elevations throughout the year. Production is best, however, during the dry season in sandy to clay loam soil, with a pH of 5.5-6.5.
PlantingA1-ha production area requires kg seeds.Pechay can either be sown directly in soil or transplanted. Direct seeding is carried out by broadcasting or by sowing in rows. Cover seeds to a depth of about 1 cm by raking or spreading additional topsoil. Water immediately after sowing. Plant spacing should be 10 cm between plants and 20 cm between rows.
If transplanted, sow seeds initially in seedbeds. Transplant seedlings 2-3 weeks after sowing at a distance of 10 cm between plants and 20 cm between rows. Transplant preferably in the afternoon and water immediately. Mulch with grass clippings or rice straw.