Buy Brinjal Seeds Online
Brinjal is one of the most widely grown tropical vegetables in the world. In different states it is known by different names like Begun (Bengali), ringna (Gujarathi), baingan ( Hindi), badane (Kannada), waangum (Kashmiri), vange ( Marathi), baigan (Oriya), Vashuthana ( Malayalam), Kathiri (Tamil), Venkata (Telugu) and Peethabhala (Sanskrit). A large number of cultivars differing in size, shape and colour of fruits are grown in India. Fruits contain a moderate amount of vitamins and minerals such as Phosphorus, calcium, and iron content, as well as nutritive value, vary by variety.
- Autumn winter crop: June July
- spring-summer crop: November.
- In hills: March April.
- For better growth of brinjal, it requires an average monthly temperature of 21℃ to 23℃.
- Soil: Light soils are good for an early crop, while clay loam and silt-loam soils are well suited for heavy yields.
- pH : 6.0 to 7.0
- Raised beds size: 60-100 cm in width and of convenient length.
- After sowing the seeds, mulch with green leaves and irrigate daily in the morning with a rose-can. After the seeds germinate, remove the mulch immediately. Irrigation should be restricted one week before transplanting, and heavy irrigation should be applied on the day of transplanting.
- Varieties: 400 g / ha
- Hybrids: 200 g / ha
- Varieties: 60 x 60 cm
- Hybrids: 90 x 60 cm
Main field preparation:
- The land is prepared to a fine tilth by thorough ploughing or digging 2 - 3 times.
- 20 to 25 days old seedlings are transplanted in the main field.
- Irrigation should be provided once in 7-10 days depending on the soil and weather conditions