White-Flowered Kailaan Asian Green


White-Flowered Kailaan Asian Green

(45-60 days) Brassica oleracea F-1 hybrid. Also known as Chinese Broccoli, Chinese Kale, Guy Lon or Gai Lan. Grown for its succulent stalks and leaves, it sends up tender 8" shoots topped with elegant little loose florettes. Once the main stalk is cut, it coppices into many secondary shoots. Has versatility and flavor similar to broccoli, excellent steamed or in stir-fries. Heat and cold tolerant, thrives in a wide range of climates and can be planted in late spring, late summer or early fall. 160 seeds/g. Cold-hardy through at least part of the Maine winter.

3204 White-Flowered Kailaan
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A: 2g for $2.50  
B: 4g for $3.80  
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C: 14g for $9.00  
D: 28g for $11.00  
E: 112g for $30.00  
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K: 448g for $100.00   ($95.00)
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Asian Greens


  • ALTS: Alternaria Leaf Spot
  • BSR: Bacterial Soft Rot
  • DM: Downy Mildew

Major pests: Cabbage Looper, Diamondback Moth, Imported Cabbageworm
Cultural controls: control cabbage-family weeds near crop fields, till under crop debris of early-season brassicas after harvest.
Materials: Spinosad, Bt.

Pest: Flea Beetle
Cultural controls: floating row covers, mulch with straw, time plantings for fall harvested crops only, crop rotation, perimeter trap cropping.
Materials: Spinosad, Pyganic.

Pest: Cabbage Root Maggot
Cultural controls: time planting to avoid first hatching, use row covers, control weeds.

Major diseases: Black Rot, Alternaria Leaf Spot, Blackleg, Club Root, Downy Milldew, White Mold
Cultural controls: avoid transplanting plants with yellow leaves or v-shaped lesions, crop rotation, destroy crop debris after harvest, avoid overhead irrigation, control weeds, allow for good air movement.
Materials: Actinovate, copper compounds may help for some of these diseases.

Note: We cannot ship packets greater than ½ oz. (14 grams) of Brassica greens into the Willamette Valley. The State of Oregon prohibits shipping any commercial quantity of untreated Brassica, Raphanus or Sinapis because of a quarantine to control Blackleg.