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  • FITO Polyana Tomato Seeds - Agriplex FITO Polyana Tomato Seeds - Agriplex

    Fito Seeds FITO Polyana Tomato Seeds

    FITO Polyana tomato seeds are high-yielding seeds that produce robust plants loaded with vibrant, flavorful fruits perfect for salads, sandwiches, and sauces. The ideal hybrid variety for thriving in polyhouse conditions.  Benefits:  Abundant Harvests: Expect vigorous indeterminate vines teeming with flat-round, glossy tomatoes averaging 150-180 grams each. Get ready for an extended harvest season to enjoy fresh tomatoes for months!  Disease Resistance: Breathe easy knowing your plants are protected against common tomato threats like Tomato Mosaic Virus, Leaf Curl Virus, Verticillium Wilt, and even pesky Root Knot Nematodes.  Polyhouse Perfection: Specially selected for thriving in controlled environments, Polyana tomatoes flourish in polyhouses offering optimal temperature and humidity. Enjoy year-round tomato bounty regardless of the season.  Sweet & Succulent Flavor: Bite into the delightful balance of sweetness and acidity that Polyana tomatoes offer. These versatile fruits elevate any dish, from salads and sandwiches to sauces and stews.  Easy to Grow: Even novice gardeners can achieve success with Polyana's manageable vines and straightforward care requirements. Follow basic watering and feeding practices and watch your tomato dreams come true.    Key Features:  For optimal results, follow the recommended planting instructions and provide your Tomato seedlings with well-drained soil, plenty of sunlight, and regular watering.  Consider using companion planting techniques to deter pests and attract beneficial insects.  Pinch off suckers for a bushier plant and potentially higher yields.      Land Preparation:     Tomatoes need well-drained, fertile soil with a neutral pH (6.5-7.5).  Test your soil and adjust pH with lime or sulfur if needed.  Add organic matter like compost for better fertility and drainage.  Deep till (10-12 inches) to loosen the soil for root growth, use a rototiller or spade.  Create furrows 1-2 inches deep, spaced 2-4 feet apart for row planting.  Water the area thoroughly a few days before planting.  Lightly rake the soil surface for a smooth planting bed.  Add balanced fertilizer as per package instructions.  Use black plastic mulch to warm the soil and suppress weeds.  For raised beds, ensure they are at least 12 inches deep with a well-draining soil mix.     Sowing    Fill your seedling trays or pots with excellent quality seedling compost.  Aim for spacing of FITO Polyana tomato Seeds are about 2-3 cm (about 1.18 in) apart & lightly cover the seeds with a thin layer of compost. This should be about 0.5 cm (about 0.2 in) thick.   Cover the FITO Polyana tomato seedlings with transparent plastic wrap or a humidity dome to maintain moisture.  When the FITO Polyana tomato seedlings have emerged and developed their first true leaves, it is time to thin them out. This means removing weaker seedlings to give the stronger ones more space to grow. Use scissors to snip off the weaker seedlings at the base.  Continue to care for your tomato seedlings until they are ready to be transplanted outdoors. This will be around 6-8 weeks (about 2 months) after sowing, depending on the variety and your climate.     Transplanting:     Dig planting holes: Dig holes slightly deeper and wider than the containers your seedlings are currently in. Space the holes according to the recommended spacing for FITO Polyana tomato Seeds variety, usually 18-24 inches apart.  Removing seedlings: Gently remove the seedlings from their containers. Use a spoon or trowel to loosen the soil around the roots if necessary.  Planting: Carefully place each seedling in a prepared hole, burying it slightly deeper than it was in its container. This encourages strong root development.  Watering: Water each seedling deeply immediately after planting. Continue to water regularly, especially during dry periods.  Mulching: Apply a layer of organic mulch, such as straw or wood chips, around the base of your plants. This helps retain moisture, suppress weeds, and regulate soil temperature.  Varieties:  Determinate tomatoes: These compact plants typically grow 3-5 feet tall and can be spaced closer together than indeterminate varieties. Aim for 2-3 feet apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.  Indeterminate tomatoes: These vining plants can grow 6-12 feet tall and require more space to sprawl. Space them 3-4 feet apart within rows and 4-5 feet between rows.  Cherry tomatoes: These small-fruited plants can be planted closer together than larger-fruited tomatoes. Aim for 18-24 inches apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.    Harvesting:    Ripeness: Harvest FITO Polyana tomatoes when they are fully colored and slightly soft to the touch. Avoid picking green tomatoes, as they will not ripen properly.  Timing: Harvest FITO Polyana tomatoes in the cool morning hours to avoid sun damage.  Methods: Use sharp pruning shears or a knife to remove the tomatoes from the vine. Leave a small stem attached to help prevent rot.  Frequency: Pick tomatoes regularly to encourage further fruit production.  Storage:    Light: Keep FITO Polyana tomatoes out of direct sunlight, avoid storing them in the refrigerator.  Store FITO Polyana tomatoes at room temperature (60-70°F) for the best flavor.  Duration: Ripe tomatoes can be stored at room temperature for 3-5 days. If you have a surplus, you can extend their shelf life by storing them in the refrigerator for up to a week.  Green tomatoes: If you have a late frost and your Tomatoes are still green, you can harvest them and ripen them indoors. Place them in a paper bag at room temperature out of direct sunlight. Check them regularly and remove any that are soft or rotten. Green tomatoes will typically ripen within 1-2 weeks. 

    Rs. 766.00 - Rs. 15,280.00

  • Syngenta Heemshikar Tomato Seeds - 4000 SEEDS Syngenta Heemshikar Tomato Seeds - 4000 SEEDS

    Syngenta Syngenta Heemshikar Tomato Seeds - 4000 SEEDS

    Syngenta Heemshikar Tomato Seeds are hybrid F1 varieties specially developed for rainy seasons, offering exceptional disease resistance and high yields.  Benefits:  Suitable for both fresh market and processing.  Determinate growth habit facilitates easy staking and management.  Requires minimal support, reducing labor costs.  Responds well to balanced fertilization for optimal growth and yield.    Key Features:  Exceptional Disease Resistance: Heemshikar tomatoes boast strong resistance to Early Blight, Late Blight, and Fusarium Wilt, common fungal diseases that plague tomato crops during the rainy season. This translates to fewer losses and healthier plants.  High Yielding Potential: Get ready for abundant harvests! Heemshikar plants produce large clusters of uniform, bright red tomatoes, known for their excellent taste and marketability.  Adaptable to Rainfed Conditions: Heemshikar tomatoes thrive in both open fields and under protected cultivation. Their vigorous root system efficiently absorbs water and nutrients, making them resilient even in periods of heavy rainfall.  Long Shelf Life: Heemshikar tomatoes have a longer shelf life compared to many other varieties, minimizing post-harvest losses and ensuring your produce reaches the market fresh.      Land Preparation:     Tomatoes need well-drained, fertile soil with a neutral pH (6.5-7.5).  Test your soil and adjust pH with lime or sulfur if needed.  Add organic matter like compost for better fertility and drainage.  Deep till (10-12 inches) to loosen the soil for root growth, use a rototiller or spade.  Create furrows 1-2 inches deep, spaced 2-4 feet apart for row planting.  Water the area thoroughly a few days before planting.  Lightly rake the soil surface for a smooth planting bed.  Add balanced fertilizer as per package instructions.  Use black plastic mulch to warm the soil and suppress weeds.  For raised beds, ensure they are at least 12 inches deep with a well-draining soil mix.     Sowing    Fill your seedling trays or pots with excellent quality seedling compost.  Aim for spacing of Tomato Seeds about 2-3 cm (about 1.18 in) apart & lightly cover the seeds with a thin layer of compost. This should be about 0.5 cm (about 0.2 in) thick.   Cover the  Tomato seedlings with transparent plastic wrap or a humidity dome to maintain moisture.  When the Tomato seedlings have emerged and developed their first true leaves, it is time to thin them out. This means removing weaker seedlings to give the stronger ones more space to grow. Use scissors to snip off the weaker seedlings at the base.  Continue to care for your tomato seedlings until they are ready to be transplanted outdoors. This will be around 6-8 weeks (about 2 months) after sowing, depending on the variety and your climate.     Transplanting:     Dig planting holes: Dig holes slightly deeper and wider than the containers your seedlings are currently in. Space the holes according to the recommended spacing for the Syngenta Heemshikar Tomato variety, usually 18-24 inches apart.  Removing seedlings: Gently remove the seedlings from their containers. Use a spoon or trowel to loosen the soil around the roots if necessary.  Planting: Carefully place each seedling in a prepared hole, burying it slightly deeper than it was in its container. This encourages strong root development.  Watering: Water each seedling deeply immediately after planting. Continue to water regularly, especially during dry periods.  Mulching: Apply a layer of organic mulch, such as straw or wood chips, around the base of your plants. This helps retain moisture, suppress weeds, and regulate soil temperature.  Varieties:  Determinate tomatoes: These compact plants typically grow 3-5 feet tall and can be spaced closer together than indeterminate varieties. Aim for 2-3 feet apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.  Indeterminate tomatoes: These vining plants can grow 6-12 feet tall and require more space to sprawl. Space them 3-4 feet apart within rows and 4-5 feet between rows.  Cherry tomatoes: These small-fruited plants can be planted closer together than larger-fruited tomatoes. Aim for 18-24 inches apart within rows and 3-4 feet between rows.    Harvesting:    Ripeness: Harvest Syngenta Heemshikar Tomato when they are fully colored and slightly soft to the touch. Avoid picking green tomatoes, as they will not ripen properly.  Timing: Harvest Syngenta Heemshikar Tomato in the cool morning hours to avoid sun damage.  Methods: Use sharp pruning shears or a knife to remove the tomatoes from the vine. Leave a small stem attached to help prevent rot.  Frequency: Pick tomatoes regularly to encourage further fruit production.  Storage:    Light: Keep Syngenta Heemshikar Tomatos to tomatoes out of direct sunlight, avoid storing them in the refrigerator.  Store Syngenta Heemshikar Tomato at room temperature (60-70°F) for the best flavor.  Duration: Ripe tomatoes can be stored at room temperature for 3-5 days. If you have a surplus, you can extend their shelf life by storing them in the refrigerator for up to a week.  Green tomatoes: If you have a late frost and your Tomatoes are still green, you can harvest them and ripen them indoors. Place them in a paper bag at room temperature out of direct sunlight. Check them regularly and remove any that are soft or rotten. Green tomatoes will typically ripen within 1-2 weeks. 

    Rs. 1,300.00 - Rs. 13,089.00

  • PAN 1931 Hybrid Bitter Gourd Seeds (Dark Green) - 10 GM (Pack of 2) - Agriplex

    PAN PAN 1931 Hybrid Bitter Gourd Seeds (Dark Green) - 10 GM (Pack of 2)

    PAN 1931 Hybrid Bitter Gourd seeds are a high-yielding variety of hybrid bitter gourd seeds, ideal for home gardeners. These seeds produce dark green, cylindrical gourds measuring 12-15 cm (about 5.91 in) long and 4-5 cm (about 1.97 in) wide. The mature gourds typically weigh between 100-150 grams (about 5.29 oz) and are ready to harvest in just 50-60 days (about 2 months) after sowing.  Key Features   High Yielding: PAN 1931 seeds produce a bountiful harvest of bitter gourds.  Fast Maturing: Enjoy homegrown bitter gourds in just 50-60 days (about 2 months) after planting.  Attractive Appearance: The gourds have a uniform size and shape with a good spine pattern and a deep green color.  Year-Round Sowing: You can plant PAN 1931 seeds any time of year.  Benefits:  Grow your own fresh, delicious bitter gourds for culinary use.  Enjoy a prolific harvest throughout the year.  The attractive gourds can add visual interest to your garden.    Land Preparation:      Choose a Sunny Location: Select a sunny location with well-drained soil. Gourds won't tolerate soggy conditions, so avoid planting them in areas that tend to flood or have poor drainage.  Prepare the Soil: The ideal soil for gourds is fertile, well-drained, and loamy or sandy. A soil pH between 6.0 and 7.0 is preferred.  Amend the Soil (optional): If your soil is not fertile or well-drained, you can amend it before planting. Here's how: Add organic matter: Apply decomposed manure or compost to the planting area at a rate of 10-12 tons per hectare. You can also add aged manure to the planting holes.  Improve drainage: If your soil is heavy clay, you can improve drainage by adding sand or other organic matter. Raised beds are another option for improving drainage in poorly drained soils.  Tilling and Weeding: Begin preparing the land 3-4 weeks before planting. Till the soil to a fine tilth, which is a loose, crumbly condition that is easy for plant roots to penetrate. Remove any weeds or debris from the planting area.   Sowing     Sowing Time:  Sowing PAN 1931 Hybrid Bitter Gourd prefers warm weather. Aim for planting in the spring or summer months after the danger of frost has passed.  Some regions may have a second planting window during the rainy season.  Seed Selection:  Choose high-quality PAN 1931 Hybrid Bitter Gourd seeds from a reputable source. Consider factors like variety, maturity time, and disease resistance.  Direct Sowing vs. Transplanting:  Some gourds, like bottle gourds and luffa, thrive with direct sowing in prepared planting holes.  Other varieties, like sponge gourds, may benefit from starting PAN 1931 Hybrid Bitter Gourdseedlings indoors in pots before transplanting outdoors.  Planting Depth:  Follow the recommended planting depth for your specific gourd variety. It's usually around 1-2 inches deep.  Seed Spacing:  Each planting hole should hold the recommended number of PAN 1931 Hybrid Bitter Gourd seeds for your chosen gourd variety. Thin seedlings later if necessary to maintain proper spacing for mature plants.  Watering:  Water the planting area thoroughly after sowing PAN 1931 Hybrid Bitter Gourdseedlings to ensure good seed-to-soil contact and promote germination.    Transplanting:      Timing is Crucial: Transplant PAN 1931 Hybrid Bitter Gourdseedlings when they have developed 4-5 true leaves, typically around 2-3 weeks after sowing.  Harden Them Up: Before transplanting, harden off your seedlings for a week or two. Gradually expose them to increased sunlight, wind, and cooler temperatures to mimic outdoor conditions. This reduces transplant shock.  Prepare the Planting Area: Ensure the chosen location has well-drained, fertile soil amended with compost or manure if needed. Space the planting holes according to your specific PAN 1931 Hybrid Bitter Gourdvariety.  Dig Carefully: When removing seedlings from their pots or trays, gently loosen the soil and lift the entire root ball to minimize root damage.  Plant at the Right Depth: Dig a hole deep enough to accommodate the seedling's root ball. Plant the seedling so the lowest true leaves are slightly above the soil surface.  Water Well: Water the newly transplanted PAN 1931 Hybrid Bitter Gourdseedlings thoroughly to settle the soil around the roots and eliminate air pockets.  Continuing Care: Provide regular watering during the initial establishment period, especially during hot or dry weather. Monitor for signs of transplant shock, such as wilti0ng, and provide shade if necessary.  Harvesting Gourds     Look for Signs: Generally, gourds are ready for harvest when the stem begins to brown and dry out. The skin may also change color, becoming dull or developing a yellowish tinge for some varieties.  Tenderness Test (for culinary gourds): For gourds consumed fresh, gently press the skin with your thumb. If it yields slightly, it's ready for picking. A hard, unyielding skin indicates it needs more time.  Sharp is Best: Use sharp pruners or shears to cut the gourd from the vine. Leave a short stem attached (about 1-2 inches) to help prevent rot during storage.  Timing is Key: For continuous harvest, pick gourds regularly at the recommended stage. This encourages the plant to produce more fruits. Leaving gourds on the vine for too long can hinder further production.  Avoid Frost: Don't wait for frost to harvest your gourds. Frost can damage the fruits and shorten their storage life.  Drying Gourds: If you're harvesting gourds for crafting purposes, allow them to dry completely on the vine before picking. This can take several weeks. Signs of dryness include a completely brown and papery stem and a lightweight feel to the gourd.  Ripening: If your melons are slightly underripe, you can try to ripen them at room temperature for a day or two. However, don't expect them to ripen significantly if they're picked too early. 

    Rs. 260.00

  • Mahyco Ridgegourd Mahy 7 Seeds - 50 GM

    Mahyco Mahyco Ridgegourd Mahy 7 Seeds - 50 GM

    This variety bearing shiny, long, green fruit with prominent ridges is an excellent prolific hybrid with many laterals along with high yield potential. An average seed rate in Ridge gourd farming is about 5 kg to 6 kg / ha. the average yield is 39t/acre.

    Rs. 468.00

  • PAN 1719 Hybrid Bottle Gourd (Dark Green Colour With Spots) Seeds - 10 GM (Pack of 2) - Agriplex PAN 1719 Hybrid Bottle Gourd (Dark Green Colour With Spots) Seeds - 10 GM (Pack of 2) - Agriplex

    PAN PAN 1719 Hybrid Bottle Gourd (Dark Green Colour With Spots) Seeds - 10 GM (Pack of 2)

    PAN 1719 Hybrid Bottle Gourd is a variety specifically bred for excellent yield, top quality, and tasty fruit. These seeds produce dark green, cylindrical gourds measuring 12-15 cm (about 5.91 in) long and 4-5 cm (about 1.97 in) wide. The mature gourds typically weigh between 100-150 grams (about 5.29 oz) and are ready to harvest in just 50-60 days (about 2 months) after sowing.  Key Features & Benefits: High Yield: Get ready to harvest plenty of bottle gourds with this productive variety. Excellent Quality: The PAN 1719 produces gourds with a dark green color and attractive spots. Great Taste: Enjoy delicious, high-quality bottle gourds for all your favorite recipes. Long Sowing Season: This variety can be sown throughout the year, making it a versatile choice for gardeners. Fast Maturing: Get ready to enjoy your homegrown bottle gourds in just 50 days after sowing.   Land Preparation:      Choose a Sunny Location: Select a sunny location with well-drained soil. Gourds won't tolerate soggy conditions, so avoid planting them in areas that tend to flood or have poor drainage.  Prepare the Soil: The ideal soil for gourds is fertile, well-drained, and loamy or sandy. A soil pH between 6.0 and 7.0 is preferred.  Amend the Soil (optional): If your soil is not fertile or well-drained, you can amend it before planting. Here's how: Add organic matter: Apply decomposed manure or compost to the planting area at a rate of 10-12 tons per hectare. You can also add aged manure to the planting holes.  Improve drainage: If your soil is heavy clay, you can improve drainage by adding sand or other organic matter. Raised beds are another option for improving drainage in poorly drained soils.  Tilling and Weeding: Begin preparing the land 3-4 weeks before planting. Till the soil to a fine tilth, which is a loose, crumbly condition that is easy for plant roots to penetrate. Remove any weeds or debris from the planting area.     Sowing     Sowing Time:  Sowing PAN 1719 Hybrid Bottle Gourd prefers warm weather. Aim for planting in the spring or summer months after the danger of frost has passed.  Some regions may have a second planting window during the rainy season.  Seed Selection:  Choose high-quality PAN 1719 Hybrid Bottle Gourd seeds from a reputable source. Consider factors like variety, maturity time, and disease resistance.  Direct Sowing vs. Transplanting:  Some gourds, like bottle gourds and luffa, thrive with direct sowing in prepared planting holes.  Other varieties, like sponge gourds, may benefit from starting PAN 1719 Hybrid Bottle Gourd seedlings indoors in pots before transplanting outdoors.  Planting Depth:  Follow the recommended planting depth for your specific gourd variety. It's usually around 1-2 inches deep.  Seed Spacing:  Each planting hole should hold the recommended number of PAN 1719 Hybrid Bottle Gourd seeds for your chosen gourd variety. Thin seedlings later if necessary to maintain proper spacing for mature plants.  Watering:  Water the planting area thoroughly after sowing PAN 1719 Hybrid Bottle Gourd seedlings to ensure good seed-to-soil contact and promote germination.     Transplanting:      Timing is Crucial: Transplant PAN 1719 Hybrid Bottle Gourd seedlings when they have developed 4-5 true leaves, typically around 2-3 weeks after sowing.  Harden Them Up: Before transplanting, harden off your seedlings for a week or two. Gradually expose them to increased sunlight, wind, and cooler temperatures to mimic outdoor conditions. This reduces transplant shock.  Prepare the Planting Area: Ensure the chosen location has well-drained, fertile soil amended with compost or manure if needed. Space the planting holes according to your specific PAN 1719 Hybrid Bottle Gourd variety.  Dig Carefully: When removing seedlings from their pots or trays, gently loosen the soil and lift the entire root ball to minimize root damage.  Plant at the Right Depth: Dig a hole deep enough to accommodate the seedling's root ball. Plant the seedling so the lowest true leaves are slightly above the soil surface.  Water Well: Water the newly transplanted PAN 1719 Hybrid Bottle Gourd seedlings thoroughly to settle the soil around the roots and eliminate air pockets.  Continuing Care: Provide regular watering during the initial establishment period, especially during hot or dry weather. Monitor for signs of transplant shock, such as wilti0ng, and provide shade if necessary.  Harvesting Gourds     Look for Signs: Generally, gourds are ready for harvest when the stem begins to brown and dry out. The skin may also change color, becoming dull or developing a yellowish tinge for some varieties.  Tenderness Test (for culinary gourds): For gourds consumed fresh, gently press the skin with your thumb. If it yields slightly, it's ready for picking. A hard, unyielding skin indicates it needs more time.  Sharp is Best: Use sharp pruners or shears to cut the gourd from the vine. Leave a short stem attached (about 1-2 inches) to help prevent rot during storage.  Timing is Key: For continuous harvest, pick gourds regularly at the recommended stage. This encourages the plant to produce more fruits. Leaving gourds on the vine for too long can hinder further production.  Avoid Frost: Don't wait for frost to harvest your gourds. Frost can damage the fruits and shorten their storage life.  Drying Gourds: If you're harvesting gourds for crafting purposes, allow them to dry completely on the vine before picking. This can take several weeks. Signs of dryness include a completely brown and papery stem and a lightweight feel to the gourd.  Ripening: If your melons are slightly underripe, you can try to ripen them at room temperature for a day or two. However, don't expect them to ripen significantly if they're picked too early.     

    Rs. 260.00

  • Seedworks Ridgegourd 1214 Seeds - 50GM

    Seedworks Seedworks Ridgegourd 1214 Seeds - 50GM

    Seeds Count 20 Common Name Ridge Gourd, Luffa, Dodka, Turai  Height Bitter Melon produces vines that grow 15 to 20 feet. Flower Colour Yellow Bloom Time Summer, rainy, winter Difficulty Easy to grow

    Rs. 606.00

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