I've grown it in the past, and sometimes it's a little nibbled on, but otherwise isn't problematic or difficult, and we have a lot of clay/sand/rocks in our soil.
At the end of one growing season, after cutting down the rest of what was out there before frost could get it, there were about three brown paper grocery bags worth of it. So, yeah, it's good stuff worth trying. Also, you could think about growing something like this www.parkseed.com/gardening/PD/5218/M
"Pak Choi Toy Choi" which is basically the same, but not as big, so it matures faster -- which is nice in short growing season climates, which I'm sure you can appreciate.
Edited by: CHERRY666 at: 3/30/2011 (14:27)
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