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Here is the BEST Time to Harvest Asian Greens in Ohio (2022 Guide)

Are you growing Asian Greens in Ohio, but don’t know when the best time to harvest them is?

Harvesting Asian Greens are not as easy as it seems.

Here’s why:

  • Asian Greens have a long window when they can be harvested and still taste great.

But if you harvest them too early they may not be ready and taste bad. And if you harvest them too late they may become infected with mold, fungus, insects, etc., and become inedible.

Today, I’m going to teach you the ideal time to harvest Asian Greens in Ohio:

  • To Learn More About HOW to Grow Asian Greens, Check Out This GUIDE!


When Do I Harvest Asian Greens in Ohio?

As you may have already guessed, there are two main factors that determine when you should harvest your Asian Greens: the physical features of the Asian Greens & weather (time).

Harvest Asian Greens if They Look Like This!!!

Asian Greens

The physical features of Asian greens are what most gardeners commonly rely on to determine if they are ready to be picked off the plant or not.

In general, you should harvest Asian Greens if they have the following physical features:

  • The leaves are of the plant are approximately 8 – 10 inches long.
  • The leaves of the plant are soft, but not tough or stringy.
  • The color of the leaves are a dark green color.


Harvest Your Asian Greens During THIS Time of Year!!!

In general, you should harvest Asian Greens:

  • 50 to 65 days after starting Asian Greens from seed
  • 21 to 35 days after planting Asian Greens in your garden

And no matter what, you should ALWAYS harvest your Asian Greens before the first frost of the year. Frost will immediately kill your Asian Green plant and make your Asian Greens inedible.

For your reference, I have created this table for average frost dates for most major cities in Ohio. If your city is not listed below you can find its Last & First Frost Dates HERE.

Ohio Last & First Frost Dates

Ohio Frost Dates

It should be noted that you should not overly rely on the first frost of the year. The average first frost of the year is only correct 30% of the time.

Instead, pay close attention to your local weather.

When you know a frost is coming you need to take action.

  • If Asian Greens are in pots, bring them inside
  • If Asian Greens are in the ground, cover them in burlap and hope they survive
  • Pick all the Asian Greens. If frost does hit your Asian Greens they will die.

If you want to learn WHEN to harvest ANY Vegetable in Ohio, head over to HERE and just type in the vegetable you want to grow.

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