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Swiss Chard imported red seeds

Rs. 80.00

Swiss chard is also called as perpetual spinach, Spinach beet. Spinach is a biennial crop, Which is grown for its leaves for culinary uses. Leaves are rich in iron. Each pack contain 30 seeds. germination percentage 70% Physical purity 96%  --Beta Vulgaris red stemmed Swiss chard, wrinkled deep green leaves with three red stalks with veins. 

Swiss Chard Green Leaves Seeds

Rs. 70.00

Rs. 59.50

Swiss Chard is also called spinach beet, perpetual spinach. it has an extremely high nutrient density. Pack contains 10 gms of seed with 98% physical purity.--Scientific name: Beta vulgaris subs. cicla Family: Chenopodiaceae Common Names:   Soil and climatic requirement: Soil:Require well drained soil. Prefer loose, deep, fertile soil, high in organic matter with ph 6-7.0need consistant moisture. Crop Duration: Biennial grown as a annual Planting season: Planting type:Direct sowing Spacing: Row to Row 50cm And plant to plant 15cm Depth of sowing:1.25cm to 2.5cm Germination period: 5-7 days. Hours of sunlight required: Prefer full sun early in the season and...

Swiss chard Mangold Lucullus Seeds

Rs. 65.00

Rs. 55.00

Swiss chard is also called as perpetual spinach. Mildly flavoured and decorative addition to salad mixes. Leaves can be cooked like spinach. Also used as accent plant in the border. This variety is white stemmed Swiss chard, wrinkled deep green leaves with white stalks with veins. Seeds per pack: 50 seeds.Growing guide for Swiss chardBotanical name of Swiss chard: Beta Vulgaris var. Cicla,Family: ChinopodiaceaePlant description: Swiss chard is grown for its edible leaves and its stalk. It has erect growing habit with basal rosette of leaves with long fleshy petioles which can be red, yellow, green in colour. Leaves are...

Swiss Chard Yellow Seeds

Rs. 80.00

Swiss Chard is available in three different colour Green, Red and yellow coloured, This variety is having yellow colored leaves stalk. Seeds per Pack: 50 seedsGrowing guide for Swiss chardBotanical name of Swiss chard: Beta Vulgaris var. Cicla,Family: ChinopodiaceaePlant description: Swiss chard is grown for its edible leaves and its stalk. It has erect growing habit with basal rosette of leaves with long fleshy petioles which can be red, yellow, green in colour. Leaves are large, wrinkled with prominent leaf veins and pronounced midrib.Soil and climatic requirement: Chards grow best in moist, well drained, fertile and organically rich soil, soil...

 

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