Cabbage Gloria F1 is a high-yielding hybrid variety of cabbage by Jubali seeds. It is resistant to adverse weather conditions and has high immunity against diseases. Ideal cabbage for all seasons. it matures between 70 to 75 days from the moment of seedling planting(transplanting).
Seed Type: Hybrid
Packaging Size: 25g
Fruit size/weight: 4-5kg
Seed Rate: 100g per acre
Yield/acre: 50 – 60 tonnes
Maturity: 70- 75 days( after transplanting)
Disease Resistant: Resistant black rot and Fusarium yellow.
Cabbage Gloria F1 is a high-yielding hybrid variety of cabbage by Jubali seeds. It is resistant to adverse weather conditions and has high immunity against diseases. Ideal cabbage for all seasons. It matures between 70 to 75 days from the moment of seedling planting(transplanting).
Characteristics of Cabbage Gloria F1
Has a strong root system and thick wax layer making it ideal for planting during the dry season or under irrigation.
Very uniform growth
Excellent round compact head
Globular shape heads that are homogenous.
very good firmness
Highly tolerance to black rot
very good resistance to bursting
Tips on growing cabbage
Start seeds indoors 4 to 6 weeks before the last rain.
Place cabbage transplants in the garden when they are 3 to 4 inches (7-10cm) tall as early as 3 to 4 weeks before the last rain.
Direct sow seed outdoors when the soil can be worked in the rainy season.
Cabbage grows best in regions where there is a long, cool growing season with temperatures between 45° and 75°F (7-24°C).
Cabbage can tolerate rain and briefly temperatures as low as 20°F (-6.70°C).
Bolting occurs in cabbage and goes to seed in temperatures greater than 80°F (26°C).
Cabbage grows best where the soil pH is between 6.5 and 6.8.
Steps in growing cucumber
Cabbages may be started off in an outdoor seedbed to transplant once they’re bigger, or undercover into seedling trays or pots, which also enables an earlier start to the season.
Cabbage roots prefer firm soil, so prepare seedbeds by treading on the ground in a shuffling motion before raking to a fine tilth for sowing.
Prepare the planting beds ahead of planting by covering beds with plenty of aged compost ( cow, Pig, or goat dung).
Mark out drills about half an inch (1cm) deep and six inches (15cm) apart. You can use a string line to ensure nice, straight rows.
Sow the seeds thinly along the row then cover over and water.
Keep the soil moist.
For Under cover or indoor, start seeds off in a seedling tray filled with potting soil. Sow one seed per cell about half an inch (1cm) deep.
Transplant about six weeks after sowing(seedling has 3-4 leaves) into a prepared land at a spacing of 60cm by 60cm.
Firm your cabbages into the ground well, then water generously to settle the soil around the roots.
Seedlings transplanted from a seedbed should be lifted up with as much soil around their roots to avoid unnecessary root disturbance, helping the seedlings to quickly adapt to their new growing positions.