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Broccoli is easy to fit into your vegetable garden. It prefers daytime high temperatures of 50-70 degrees F. Broccoli will grow much better in rich soil with added compost, humus, or aged manure worked into the soil. Lush green nutritious fruit.

Agronomy Detail
Sowing Period Sep-Dec
Spacing 15-18 inches plant to plant
First Fruit Harvested After After 55 days
No. of Seeds/pack 50
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It has an erect plant habit and shows very good uniformity. Heads have a perfect dome shape, show good firmness and color remains quite white. Since plants are not too large it can be planted at close distances.

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Sowing Period 10th Sep – 20th Nov
Spacing 9″x9″ plant to plant
First Fruit Harvested After 90-100 days
No. of Seeds/pack 30

 

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Dark Green Colored fruit It has tolerance for high temperature. Fast-growing capacity.Highly resistant to viruses and other diseases.

Agronomy Detail
Sowing Period Sep-Dec, Feb-Mar
Spacing 1.5 ft plant to plant
First Fruit Harvested After 60-70 days
No. of Seeds/pack 25

 

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Fast growing cpacity, best quality food production. Perfect for home gardens. Good shelf life for a long time after harvesting.

Agronomy Detail
Sowing Period Jan-Mar and Aug-Oct
Spacing 4 inch plant to plant, 2.5 ft row to row
First Fruit Harvested After 35-40 days
No. of Seeds/pack 500
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Fruit length 24-26 cm. Highly tolerable to high temperature and disease with excellent shelf life.

Agronomy Detail
Sowing Period Jan-Mar (in greenhouse), Aug-Oct (Open-field)
Spacing 10 inch – plant to plant
First Fruit Harvested After 40-45 days
No. of Seeds/pack 12
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It shows a very good uniformity in size, shape, and maturity. Heads are semi-flat in shape and compact. Outer leaf color is dark green.

Agronomy Detail
Sowing Period Sep-Nov
Spacing 9×9 plant to plant
First Fruit Harvested After 60 – 80 days
No. of Seeds/pack 60
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An iceberg selection with wide adaptability to both warm/humid and warm/dry climates. Heads are quite uniform, medium green in color, and very firm. It is rather slow bolting and has good tolerance to tip burn.

Agronomy Detail
Sowing Period Mid Aug-Dec
Spacing 1.5 ft plant to plant
First Fruit Harvested After 30-40 days
No. of Seeds/pack 300
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A very uniform selection out of Grand Rapid and ideal for tropical growing conditions. It is relatively slow to bolt and quite tolerant to tip burn. Leaves are light green, relatively large and leaf edges are frilled.

Agronomy Detail
Sowing Period Sep-Nov
Spacing 3-4 inches plant to plant
First Fruit Harvested After 40-45 days
No. of Seeds/pack 200
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