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Broccoli Seeds

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65 Price inclusive of all taxes
Broccolli
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  • Broccoli Seeds
65 Price inclusive of all taxes

Broccoli Seeds

Hari phool gobhi

65 Price inclusive of all taxes

1 packet contains 50 seeds

Free Shipping on orders above Rs 200 & 3 Free Samples
Ships in 3 days
Broccoli Seeds - is currently on backorder. You may still purchase now though and we'll ship as soon as more become available.
Specifications

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

Sowing Time : August to October

Head : Green in colour, very compact and uniform

Specification : Plants are very strong and tolerant to heat

Harvesting : after 65-70 days from transplanting

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Broccoli Seeds

Hari phool gobhi

65

1 packet contains 50 seeds
Broccoli Seeds - is currently on backorder. You may still purchase now though and we'll ship as soon as more become available.
Specifications

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

Sowing Time : August to October

Head : Green in colour, very compact and uniform

Specification : Plants are very strong and tolerant to heat

Harvesting : after 65-70 days from transplanting

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

Sowing Time : August to October

Head : Green in colour, very compact and uniform

Specification : Plants are very strong and tolerant to heat

Harvesting : after 65-70 days from transplanting

  • SOWING
    TIME

    August - October

  • Sowing
    Distance

    Plant to Plant - 1'
    Line to Line - 1.5'

  • Fruit
    Weight

    N/A

  • Fruit
    Shape

    Very compact and
    uniform

  • Days to
    maturity

    65-70 days from
    transplanting

The origin of this cool-climate crop dates back to 2000 years ago in Italy. It was initially native to the Eastern Mediterranean region and Asian minor. It was introduced to America and England in the 1700s. Broccoli is a man-made vegetable. It was bred by Italian farmers. They carefully bred wild varieties of wild cauliflower and came up with one of the most nutritious vegetables available today. It's literally a phytonutrient bomb! Indeed, broccoli is one of the highest sources of dietary fibres and proteins in the plant kingdom. Also, not commonly known but Broccoli is also one of the richest sources of Vitamin C, iron, zinc, selenium, calcium, and magnesium. The vegetable also adds high doses of Omega-3 fatty acids, niacin and Vitamin B1. With so many health benefits, Broccoli is now considered a power food by vegetarians and vegans around the world! Add it to your kitchen gardens to prepare a kick-starter of a meal everyday!
Growing guide for Broccoli Seeds

Planting instructions

For spring plantings, seed or set transplants 2 to 3 weeks before last spring frost date. If you transplant, calculate 10 less days for ripening or the “days to maturity.”

For fall plantings, seed 85 to 100 days before your average first fall frost date. If you live in a warm place, a fall planting is best, as broccoli thrives in cool weather. Plant seeds in mid- to late-summer in most positions.

Plant seeds ½ inch deep.

Within a row, space your plants 12 to 24 inches apart with 36 inches between each row.

You will need to thin seedlings to 12 inches apart to give room for the broccoli to fix.

Growing Requirements

watering

Water regularly, 1 to 1.5 litres of water per week.

pests

Symptoms may include slow growth, stunted plants; yellowish leaves, lesions which form concentric rings become brittle and crack in center, round or irregularly shaped gray necrotic lesions on leaves with dark margins. Common pests affecting broccoli are Flea Beetles, Aphids, Downy mildew, Cabbage loopers, Cabbage Worms, Cabbage root maggots,Whiteflies, Woodchucks.

soil

The soil pH should be between 6.0 and 7.0. The best soil type is sandy along with 2 to 4 inches of rich compost or a thin layer of manure before planting.

spot

Broccoli needs at least 6 hours of sunlight daily.

temperature

Broccoli does best when temperature remains between 4-21 degree C (40-70 F).

how to harvest

In terms of timing: Harvest broccoli when the buds of the head are firm and stiff before the bloom heads. If you do see yellow petals, harvest immediately.

For best taste, harvest in the morning before the earth heats up.

Cut heads from the plant. Consuming at least 6 inches of stem.

Cut the stalk of the chief head at a slant, about 5 to 8 inches below the head.

Most varieties have side-shoots that will continue to evolve later on the main head is harvested.

Store broccoli in the refrigerator for up to 5 days. Make sure to dry it thoroughly.

Broccoli can be frozen for up to one year.

  • SOWING
    TIME

    August - October

  • Sowing
    Distance

    Plant to Plant - 1'
    Line to Line - 1.5'

  • Fruit
    Weight

    N/A

  • Fruit
    Shape

    Very compact and
    uniform

  • Days to
    maturity

    65-70 days from
    transplanting

The origin of this cool-climate crop dates back to 2000 years ago in Italy. It was initially native to the Eastern Mediterranean region and Asian minor. It was introduced to America and England in the 1700s. Broccoli is a man-made vegetable. It was bred by Italian farmers. They carefully bred wild varieties of wild cauliflower and came up with one of the most nutritious vegetables available today. It's literally a phytonutrient bomb! Indeed, broccoli is one of the highest sources of dietary fibres and proteins in the plant kingdom. Also, not commonly known but Broccoli is also one of the richest sources of Vitamin C, iron, zinc, selenium, calcium, and magnesium. The vegetable also adds high doses of Omega-3 fatty acids, niacin and Vitamin B1. With so many health benefits, Broccoli is now considered a power food by vegetarians and vegans around the world! Add it to your kitchen gardens to prepare a kick-starter of a meal everyday!
Growing guide for Broccoli Seeds

Planting instructions

For spring plantings, seed or set transplants 2 to 3 weeks before last spring frost date. If you transplant, calculate 10 less days for ripening or the “days to maturity.”

For fall plantings, seed 85 to 100 days before your average first fall frost date. If you live in a warm place, a fall planting is best, as broccoli thrives in cool weather. Plant seeds in mid- to late-summer in most positions.

Plant seeds ½ inch deep.

Within a row, space your plants 12 to 24 inches apart with 36 inches between each row.

You will need to thin seedlings to 12 inches apart to give room for the broccoli to fix.

Growing Requirements

watering

Water regularly, 1 to 1.5 litres of water per week.

pests

Symptoms may include slow growth, stunted plants; yellowish leaves, lesions which form concentric rings become brittle and crack in center, round or irregularly shaped gray necrotic lesions on leaves with dark margins. Common pests affecting broccoli are Flea Beetles, Aphids, Downy mildew, Cabbage loopers, Cabbage Worms, Cabbage root maggots,Whiteflies, Woodchucks.

soil

The soil pH should be between 6.0 and 7.0. The best soil type is sandy along with 2 to 4 inches of rich compost or a thin layer of manure before planting.

spot

Broccoli needs at least 6 hours of sunlight daily.

temperature

Broccoli does best when temperature remains between 4-21 degree C (40-70 F).

how to harvest

In terms of timing: Harvest broccoli when the buds of the head are firm and stiff before the bloom heads. If you do see yellow petals, harvest immediately.

For best taste, harvest in the morning before the earth heats up.

Cut heads from the plant. Consuming at least 6 inches of stem.

Cut the stalk of the chief head at a slant, about 5 to 8 inches below the head.

Most varieties have side-shoots that will continue to evolve later on the main head is harvested.

Store broccoli in the refrigerator for up to 5 days. Make sure to dry it thoroughly.

Broccoli can be frozen for up to one year.

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Questions & Answers

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  • Can broccoli grow in northeastern part of India?

    For northern state, tomato cultivation for spring season is done in late November and transplanted in second fortnight of January. For autumn crop, sowing is done in July - August and transplanted in August - September. In hilly areas sowing is done in March- April and transplantation is done in April -May.

  • Is direct sowing applicable for broccoli or should it be transplanted from saplings?

    Direct sowing is applicable but transplanting is a better method as we can select and transplant healthy seedlings thus assuring us a good crop also it saves time.

  • Can I grow broccoli in J&K in April?

    In Hills not in planes as it needs cold temperature.

  • How many seeds are available in 1 packet?

    1 packet contains 50 seeds?

  • How many seeds should be sown in one-acre land?

    250 Grams.

  • Are the seeds organic?

    These are non-hybrid, GMO-free and open-pollinated seeds.

  • Can broccoli grow in the northeastern part of India?

    For northern state, tomato cultivation for spring season is done in late November and transplanted in second fortnight of January. For autumn crop, sowing is done in July - August and transplanted in August - September. In hilly areas sowing is done in March- April and transplantation is done in April -May.

  • Can these seeds be used for sprouting?

    We suggest growing microgreens rather than sprouting seeds .. microgreen is the next stage of sprouting ...is as nutritious and retains all the health benefits and we end up not consuming seeds .

  • Can I grow broccoli in a pot?

    Yes you can, But make sure the pot is more than 12 inche.