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About Hybrid Cabbage Seeds

Cabbage the vegetable used in dishes can also be eaten raw and is rich in vitamin C. As you have intended to read this article will surely be interested in gardening and will want to grow cabbage at your home, it might be at your garden patch or in a container, well it’s not difficult at all just have to keep few things in mind and follow the steps which will guide you to grow a healthy and organic plant.

Step 1: From seeds to sprouting beginning guide

Initially, cabbage is a cool weather plant, so you will have to start your planting in cool moist weather/climate. When it comes to choose,Cabbage seeds online India make sure you buy the seeds from a trusted supplier and its good practice to go through the reviews and be guided by an experienced person when it can be all about buy Organic cabbage seeds online India and getting information about growing. Start seeds indoors in a seedling tray before 4-5 weeks the winter begins (ending summer).

Step 2: Choosing the pot/land and soil 

As you are growing the plant at your living place you might prefer containers, rounded/rectangular are fine of about 8 inches deep Pot. Choose a quite huge container in width so that you can plant more than one plant per container and place in a sunny spot. If you want to plant at your garden patch choose a place where there are quite sufficient sunlight and quite a space to grow, till the soil 3-4 times and place the roots into the land. Cover the roots with potting mix and good soil, press well around the plant so that it holds the land well and steady. Make sure that there’s two-foot distance between each plant so that plant gets room to grow.

For healthy growth don’t use ordinary soil directly which lacks in nutrients. Check our organic fertilizer if you prefer only soil else potting mix which hold fertilizer and compost content in it

Step 3: Watering and taking care till Harvest.

Water regularly says about twice a day, make sure the plant never gets dried up. Never over water or under water. Soil must be moist during the growth of the plant. During the germination and growth water well. Use coco peat potting mix basically made up of coconut husk, it holds moisture content for a long period which in turn does not dry up the plant. Cut off the side shoots as the plant grows bigger.

The cabbages are ready to harvest by 80-180 days from a seedling. When their heads are firm of about 4-10 inches across and tender. You can cut off the stem with a knife before the weather gets warm.

TrustBasket Cabbage seeds online india

Our organization is engaged in offering a comprehensive range of high-yielding Vegetable Seeds India. , we are offering Hybrid Cabbage Seeds to our clients. These cabbage seeds are known for holding soil and are able to withstand attack of bacteria and other germs. These seeds are available in distinct varieties and are used for cultivation of cabbages by adopting hybridization technique.

Features:

  • Too early maturing outstanding hybrid
  • Heads are round green, Av. head weight 900 gms
  • Very compact, excellent field hold capacity
  • Maturity 50 - 55 days from transplanting
  • Resistance to black rot & Fusarium rot
  • It can be grown round the year
  • Suitable for long transportation

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