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1 Coriander 

The coriander seeds will start germinating 6 - 8 days after sowing and baby coriander plants will be visible in 10-15 days. Give your coriander saplings partial sunlight of up to 4 hours in summers and full day of sunlight in winters. Water every day either with a can or sprinkler system in outdoor spaces. Your coriander should be good for harvesting after approximately 30 days from sowing. Cut the plant 1 inch above the soil surface using a scissor and leave the root system, untouched for next harvesting. The same plant can be harvested 2-3 times every 20-25 days.


2 Tomato 

Tomato seeds will germinate within 6 - 8 days and tiny sprouts will be visible at this stage. Four weeks after sowing your seeds, your seedlings will be ready for transplantation. Plant the seedlings minimum 2 feet apart (60x60 or 60x45 cm) from each other on raised beds. Plant only single seedling at the centre of a single regular 8-12 inch pot. Before transplanting the seedling, use a good quality organic manure in the soil. Tomatoes can be harvested 60-70 from the sowing of seeds & harvesting season can continue for next 3 months or so.


3 Bottle gourd

Your bottle gourd seeds will germinate within the first 6 - 8 days. You will notice tiny sprouts growing at this stage. Bottle gourds require full sunlight to grow. Make sure that your raised beds and containers get sufficient sunlight. By the end of second month (50-60 days after sowing), bottle gourd climber will start flowering. Raw bottle gourd can be harvested 2 months after sowing the seeds. Harvesting season can continue for next 3 months.


4 Bitter gourd

Bitter Gourd will take 6-8 days your seeds will start germinating. Bitter Gourds require full sunlight. Keep your bitter gourd container in a spot that receives proper sunlight. If you are growing bitter Gourd on a raised bed, ensure that you make the raised bed in a bright sunny spot. About 2 months after sowing seeds, your Bitter Gourd will be ready for harvest.


5 Carrot

Your carrot seeds will start germinating within the first 6 days of sowing the seeds. Sometimes the seeds will germinate even sooner than 6 days. Carrot plants require full sunlight (6-8 hours) in winter, so place your containers accordingly. Make sure your raised bed receives sufficient sunlight. About 100 - 120 days after sowing seeds, your carrots will be ready for harvest.


6 Radish

Seeds will germinate within the first six days or even much earlier & tiny seedlings will be visible with first leaves. Sunlight Radish plants require full sunlight (6-8 hours) in winter, so place your containers accordingly. Radish matures 40 to 45 days after sowing. Radish roots & leaves can be harvested by uprooting them along with the whole plant from the soil.

7 Brinjal 

Your Brinjal seeds will germinate within the first 6 to 8 days. Once the seeds germinate, keep the tray in a spot like the window, where it will receive partial sunlight. You don’t need to cover your tray at this point. Four weeks after the seed sowing, your seedlings will be ready to transplant in container pots or raised beds. Brinjals can be harvested 70 to 80 days from the sowing of seeds.


8 Beet root

Within the first 6 days, or earlier, your seeds will begin to germinate. You will notice tiny seedlings growing at this point. Beetroot plants require full sunlight for 6-8 hours in winter, so place your containers accordingly. About 80 - 90 days after sowing your beetroots will be ready for harvest. You can harvest your beetroots by uprooting them from the soil along with the whole plant.


9 Okra

You can start okra seeds indoors in peat pots under full light 3 to 4 weeks before the last spring frost date. You can soak the seeds overnight in tepid water to help speed up germination. The plant require to be grown in full sun of at lease 6 hrs a day. The first harvest will be ready about 2 months after planting.Harvest the okra when its about 2 to 3 inches long. Harvest it every other day.


10 Chilly 

The chilli seeds will germinate in 6-8 days and the sprouts will grow into saplings by the second week. Transplant your seedlings, with the root ball, to a bigger pot (at least 8 inches deep) or raised bed (spaced 2 feet apart) after 30-35 days from sowing. Water the plant every alternate day in winters with an even shower and feed it with a balanced fertiliser every 15 days. Your chilli plant will start flowering at the end of 3 months and the chillies will be ready for harvest 70 - 80 days after sowing the seeds and can be harvested for 3 years with proper care.

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