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Both slugs and worms like well rotted composts, particularly if its damp - the only thing you can do is to reduce their activity so they can't so easily get inside your cabbages. You can try covering the compost with boards or even anchored down weed control fabric to keep the worms in the soil and off the cabbage. There are other methods described in the ...


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According to this tour guide, "Anbandegi The most beautiful cabbage patch made by hands.", the cabbage field is located above 1100 m on the mountainside. They seem to have an answer to the other part of your question as well: After the Korean War, the people had come into the deep mountains, planted fields, and built a place to survive. The area ...


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Cabbage loopers , green caterpillars , the adults are white butterflys. BT ( bacillus thurengensis) is the main control today. Some time ago I used malathion spray or sevin dust ,but they are politically incorrect today.


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Yes, it has the visual characteristics of a red type of cabbage. There are at least two reasons for not having a head appear: poor soil and genetics that confine its development to an ornamental type. If the soil is poor or too alkaline then it will produce a few small leaves and do nothing about a head. There are ornamental varieties which are designed not ...


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Looks like some other cole ,like kohlrabi ;it is difficult to identify from photo.


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