Develop cabbage in soil wealthy in a natural matter that is very much depleted. Set up the planting beds in front of planting by covering beds with 2 to 3 inches (5-7cm) of matured manure or business natural planting blend and turning it under to 12 inches (30cm) profound.
Cabbage develops best where the dirt pH is somewhere in the range of 6.5 and 6.8.
In the event that clubroot sickness has been an issue, change the dirt pH to 7.0 or somewhat higher by adding lime.
Add a lot of very much matured fertilizer to planting beds prior to planting. In areas where the dirt is sandy or where there is a weighty downpour, supplement the dirt with nitrogen.
Adding a moderate measure of nitrogen-rich blood supper or cottonseed feast to the dirt in front of planting will improve verdant development.