Brinjal Seeds (White Round)
Brinjals were once used to dye teeth for fashion!
Brinjal, which is also known as Aubergine or Eggplant, is a seasoned, easy-to-grow plant. Organically grown brinjal is not only tasty but also very nutrition dense, and carries significant amounts of Potassium, copper, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, niacin, and folic acid.
Unlike the purple eggplant, the white eggplant comes less bitter, denser, and creamier. And tastes better when baked, steamed, or fried as they have hard skin.
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Brinjal plants are prone to pest attacks. But, spraying HomeCrop’s neem oil on the plants repels pest attacks.
Sunlight Requirement: Full day sunlight in winter and partial in summers ( 5-6 hours)
Sowing Depth: Gently sprinkle seeds and cover them with 0.5 cm of soil mix. Once the plant has grown to 4-6 inches in length, transport the seed to a bigger pot.
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