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Brinjal Cluster Small Seeds Brinjal Cluster Small Seeds

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Also known as Baingan.

Specifications

Seed Type : Non-Hybrid, Open Pollinated and Non-GMO

Fruit Color : Blackish in colour, calyx green, highly acceptable

Fruit shape : Oval

Fruit Weight : 60-80 gms

Maturity : After 90 - 100 days from sowing

Specifications: Very heavy yielding , fruits bear in bunches

 

Also known as Baingan.

Specifications

Seed Type : Non-Hybrid, Open Pollinated and Non-GMO

Fruit Color : Blackish in colour, calyx green, highly acceptable

Fruit shape : Oval

Fruit Weight : 60-80 gms

Maturity : After 90 - 100 days from sowing

Specifications: Very heavy yielding , fruits bear in bunches

 

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SOWING TIME

Feb - Mar Jun - Jul

Sowing Distance

Plant to plant - 1' Line to line - 1.5'

Fruit Weight

60-80 gms

Fruit Shape

oval

Days to maturity

90 - 100 days

Details
How to sow
Yet another variant of the versatile vegetable, the chu chu or small cluster produce has a distinct flavor with all the benefits of brinjals intact. Brinjals, also known as the Eggplant and Aubergine in the west and as Baingan and Bataun in some countries of South Asia including India, are a low calorie vegetable with a high nutritive value. Rich in B-Vitamins, intake of brinjals helps in keeping blood pressure in check while also lowering bad cholesterol levels. High in fibre, these aid in proper digestion while preventing constipation and the risk of colon cancer. Eating brinjals also promotes healthy looking hair and skin because of a high water content. Brinjals can be cooked both peeled and unpeeled. For these mini eggplants, you just need to cut slits and stuff them with spices before frying for a mouth-watering savory dish. Another unique quality of brinjals is their ability to be made into a healthful dip that acts as an accompaniment with snacks. You can also roast, grill or steam them as per your taste and preference.
Growing guide for Brinjal Cluster Small Seeds

Planting instructions

Soak the seeds overnight to promote germination.

Start planting indoors 2 months before the soil warms up and keep in a warm place inside the house.

Sow seeds about 10 mm, 24 to 30 inches apart in well-prepared beds.

Transplant the seedlings when they have grown a couple of leaf sets.

Pinch out the terminal growing tips for a bushier plant.

Growing Requirements

watering

Evenly moist soil ensures faster growth. Do not overwater or allow the soil to dry out.

pests

The crop is vulnerable to the following pests - Aphids, Spider Mites, Tomato Hornworms, Downy and Powdery Mildew. Eggplant fruit may not ripen properly due to cold temperatures, pest damage, or infertile soils. Symptoms of crop infection include wilting of leaves, followed by the edges of the leaves becoming dry, brittle and eventually turning brown. The area between the veins in eggplant leaves may also become yellow. The plant's entire vascular system including the roots and stems gets affected leading to its collapse.

soil

Eggplant prefers a sandy soil with a pH of 5.5 to 6.8.

spot

Grow eggplant in full sun

temperature

This crop requires a moderate warm temperature and it cannot withstand frost. Brinjal requires a minimum temperature of 18 C (65 F) during early growth, but optimal temperature is in the range of 24–27 C (75-80 F)

how to harvest

Harvest 16 to 24 weeks after sowing, when the skin of the fruit is shiny and unwrinkled.

Cut the fruit close to the stem and leave about an inch of it attached.

Eggplants can be stored for up to two weeks in humid conditions.

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