Pepper Agro


Pepper Agro Vegetable Seed Kit 8 variety with Free Germination Root Plug

    1. Bhindi/Okra(1g;20-25 nos)
    2. Brinjal Green Round(1g;450-500 nos)
    3. Brinjal Purple(1g;450-500 nos)
    4. Chilli(1g;180-220 nos)
    5. White Radish(1g;125-150 nos)
    6. Tomato(1g;350-400 nos)
    7. Kohlrabi (Knol Khol) 1g;325-375 nos)
    8. French Beans(5g;11-15 nos)
    9. Germination percentage:65-70, Physical purity:98, Success rate:70
    1. Bhindi:Season June - August,February.Direct sown.Seeds can be soaked in water for 24 hours.Depth of sowing 1-2 cm, germinate in 4-5 days.Harvesting from 40-45 days.
    2. Brinjal Green Round: Season June - July, October -November, February - March.Transplanted crop. Staking after 30 days.
    3. Brinjal Purple: Season June - July, October - November, February - March.Transplanted crop. Staking -30 days after planting. Sowing depth: 1/4 - 1/2". Transplanting 4-5 weeks.
    4. Chilli: Season July- August, September - October, January - February. It is a transplanted crop. Sowing depth: 1/4 - 1/2", transplanting 5-6 weeks.
    5. White Radish: SeasonJune- July, September.Depth: 1 cm Seeds will germinate in 3-8 days.Earthing up can be done.Harvesting from 45 days after sowing.
    6. Tomato: Season June- July, September- October, December- January. Transplanted crop. Depth of sowing: Π".Seeds will germinate in 6-12 days.Transplanting 30 days after sowing.
    7. Knolkhol: Season: Prefer cool climate. Sowing depth: Œ". Germination in 7-21 days. Transplanting 30 days. Earthing up - 3 - 4 weeks.Harvesting from 50-65 days.
    1. They are one of very low-calorie root vegetables.
    2. Fresh root provides just 16 calories per 100 grams.
    3. Nonetheless; they are an excellent source of antioxidants, electrolytes, minerals, vitamins and dietary fiber.
    4. Radish, like other cruciferous and Brassica family vegetables, contains isothiocyanate antioxidant compound called sulforaphane.
    5. Studies suggest that sulforaphane has proven role against prostate, breast, colon and ovarian cancers by its cancer-cell growth inhibition, and cytotoxic effects on cancer cells.
    6. Fresh roots are a good source of vitamin-C; provide about 15 mg or 25% of DRI of vitamin C per 100 g. Vitamin-C is a powerful water soluble antioxidant required by the body for synthesis of collagen.
    7. It helps the human body scavenge harmful free radicals, prevention from cancers, inflammation and help boost immunity.
    8. Also, they contain adequate levels of folates, vitamin B-6, riboflavin, thiamin and minerals such as iron, magnesium, copper and calcium.