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Swanya Creation -Organic Desi Cauliflower Snowball Seeds - (35 Seeds)

Rs. 120.00
SKU sc_s_004
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  • Package Contanis :- 1 packet contains approx 35 Seeds
  • Most cauliflower varieties require about 2 months to mature, although some are a little quicker and others can take up to 3 months. Since they will not form heads in warm weather and can only handle a light frost, be sure to choose a variety that will have enough time to mature in your climate.
  • Cauliflower requires consistent soil moisture with normal rainfall, this usually requires supplement watering.
  • When the heads are compact, white, and firm, then it is time to harvest them. Ideally, the heads will grow 6 to 8 inches in diameter. Cut the heads off the plant with a large knife. Be sure to leave some of the leaves around the head to keep it protected.
  • If you want to store cauliflower, you can put the head in a plastic bag and store it in the refrigerator. It should last for about a week.For long-term storage, you can also freeze or pickle the heads.

 

  • Product description

    Planting and care

    Most cauliflower varieties require about 2 months to mature, although some are a little quicker and others can take up to 3 months. Since they will not form heads in warm weather and can only handle a light frost, be sure to choose a variety that will have enough time to mature in your climate.
    That means a fast maturing variety if your spring or fall is short. Longer maturing varieties are good choices for gardeners with mild or late winters.
    Sunlight: Full sun, Can tolerate light shade but will slow maturity. Light shade can be beneficial in warm weather.
    Soil: Prefers well-drained, fertile soil high in organic matter, pH 6.0 to 7.5. Can tolerate slightly alkaline soil.
    Water: Cauliflower needs consistent moisture and plenty of water.
    Temperature: 18 to 30 degrees C
    Fertilizer: Feed every 2 to 4 weeks with an organic fertilizer like kelp and fish emulsion.