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Sarpan Chilli Seeds

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  • Sarpan 102 Byadgi Chilli Seeds - Agriplex Sarpan 102 Byadgi Chilli Seeds - 10 GM

    Sarpan Seeds Sarpan 102 Byadgi Chilli Seeds

    Sarpan 102 Byadgi Chilli Seeds' variety of chilli pepper is known for its intense heat, unique flavour, and high yield. Perfect for adding a kick to your favourite dishes, these seeds are also ideal for those who enjoy making their hot sauce or chilli powder.   Benefits:  High pungency: With a Scoville Heat Unit (SHU) rating of 8,000-9,000, chillies are some of the hottest in the world.  Unique flavour: In addition to their heat, these chillies have a complex flavour profile that includes notes of fruit, spice, and earth.  High yield: You can expect to harvest a bountiful crop of chillies from your Sarpan 102 plants.  Suitable for irrigated and dryland farming: This versatile variety can be grown in a variety of climates.  Long shelf life: Once dried, Sarpan 102 chillies can be stored for up to a year.  Key Features:  Plant height: 90-100 cm  Fruit length: 15-18 cm  Fruit colour: Cherry red  Flavor: Acidic  Pungency: 8,000-9,000 SHU  Yield: 25-30 quintals/acre dry chilli in irrigated land  Yield: 10-12 quintals/acre in dry land  Sowing season: Kharif, Rabi, Summer  Production period: 180-210 days  Spacing: Row to Row: 2.7-3 ft, Plant to Plant: 1-1.2 ft   Land Preparation:     Number of ploughings: 2-3 ploughings are generally recommended to achieve a fine tilth.    Depth of ploughing: The first ploughing should be deep (18-20 cm) to break the hardpan and improve drainage. Subsequent ploughings can be shallower (10-12 cm).    Timing: Ploughing is best done during the summer months (April-May) to allow the soil to dry and aerate.    Moisture content: Ideally, the soil should have moderate moisture content during ploughing. Avoid ploughing when the soil is too wet or dry.    After ploughing, remove all weeds, stones, and other debris from the field. This will prevent competition for resources and facilitate smooth land levelling.    Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water-holding capacity, and soil structure.    Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water-holding capacity, and soil structure.    Apply a basal dose of fertilizers based on soil test recommendations. A general recommendation is 40 kg nitrogen, 60 kg phosphorus, and 40 kg potassium per acre.     Sowing    Sow Sarpan 102 Byadgi Chilli seeds in a well-drained seedbed with fertile soil.    Sow seeds thinly, about 2-3 cm apart.    Cover the seeds lightly with soil.    Water the seedbed regularly and keep it moist.    These Chilli Seedlings should emerge in 7-10 days.     Transplanting:     Transplant seedlings to the field when they are 4-5 weeks old and have 4-5 true leaves.    Harden off seedlings for a week before transplanting by gradually exposing them to outdoor conditions.    Prepare the field by tilling, levelling, and making planting holes.    Space the plants 45-60 cm apart in rows that are 60-75 cm apart.    Make sure the roots are not bent when planting.    Water the plants thoroughly after transplanting.     Harvesting:    Sarpan 102 Byadgi Chillis are ready for harvest when they reach full colour and size.    Ripe Sarpan 102 Byadgi Chilli  Use sharp scissors or pruners to harvest the chillies.    Cut the stem about 1 cm above the fruit.    Harvest chillies regularly, as this will encourage further fruiting.    Storage:    Fresh Sarpan 102 Byadgi Chilli can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.    Sarpan 102 Byadgi Chilli stored in refrigerator    Wash chillies gently before storing them.    Place Chilli in a plastic bag and remove as much air as possible.    Alternatively, chillies can be dried or frozen for longer storage.     Drying of Sarpan 102 Byadgi Chilli  :    Wash chillies and remove stems.    Slice chillies into thin strips or leave them whole.    Spread chillies on a clean drying rack or trays in a well-ventilated area.    Drying chillies    Turn chillies regularly to ensure even drying.    Chillies are dry when they are brittle and break easily.   

  • Sarpan F1 92 Chilli Seeds - Agriplex Sarpan F1 92 Chilli Seeds - 10 GM

    Sarpan Seeds Sarpan F1 92 Chilli Seeds

    Sarpan F1 92 chilli seeds are the perfect choice for those seeking a high-yielding, flavorful, and vibrant chilli variety. This Dabbi Byadgi variety produces plants 100-120 cm tall, boasting large, broad-shouldered fruits that reach 15-18 cm in length. The cherry red colour adds a beautiful aesthetic to your garden, while the 410-430 ASTA pungency ensures a satisfying kick of heat.  Benefits:  Exceptional yield: Expect 25-30 quintals of dry chilli per acre, making it a profitable choice for commercial growers.  Superior quality: The fruits boast a thick, fleshy flesh and deep red color, ideal for drying and grinding into powder.  High pungency: With a SHU rating of 5000-6000, these chillies deliver a satisfying level of heat, perfect for adding spice to your dishes.  Wide adaptability: Sarpan F1 92 chilli seeds thrive in both Kharif and Rabi seasons, offering flexibility for planting schedules.  Easy to grow: These chillies are suitable for both container gardening and open fields, making them accessible to all skill levels.    Land Preparation:     Number of ploughings: 2-3 ploughings are generally recommended to achieve a fine tilth.    Depth of ploughing: The first ploughing should be deep (18-20 cm) to break the hardpan and improve drainage. Subsequent ploughings can be shallower (10-12 cm).    Timing: Ploughing is best done during the summer months (April-May) to allow the soil to dry and aerate.    Moisture content: Ideally, the soil should have moderate moisture content during ploughing. Avoid ploughing when the soil is too wet or dry.    After ploughing, remove all weeds, stones, and other debris from the field. This will prevent competition for resources and facilitate smooth land levelling.    Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water holding capacity, and soil structure.    Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water-holding capacity, and soil structure.    Apply a basal dose of fertilizers based on soil test recommendations. A general recommendation is 40 kg nitrogen, 60 kg phosphorus, and 40 kg potassium per acre.     Sowing    Sow of Chilli seeds in a well-drained seedbed with fertile soil.    Sow seeds thinly, about 2-3 cm apart.    Cover the seeds lightly with soil.    Water the seedbed regularly and keep it moist.    Sarpan F1 92  Chilli Seedlings should emerge in 7-10 days.     Transplanting:     Transplant Sarpan F1 92 Chilli seedlings to the field when they are 4-5 weeks old and have 4-5 true leaves.    Harden off seedlings for a week before transplanting by gradually exposing them to outdoor conditions.    Prepare the field by tilling, levelling, and making planting holes.    Space the plants 45-60 cm apart in rows that are 60-75 cm apart.    Make sure the roots are not bent when planting.    Water the plants thoroughly after transplanting.     Harvesting:    Sarpan F1 92  Chillis are ready for harvest when they reach full colour and size.    Ripe Sarpan F1 92  Chilli  Use sharp scissors or pruners to harvest the chillies.    Cut the stem about 1 cm above the fruit.    Harvest chillies regularly, as this will encourage further fruiting.    Storage:    Fresh Sarpan F1 92 Chilli can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.    Sarpan F1 92 Chilli stored in refrigerator    Wash chillies gently before storing them.    Place Sarpan F1 92 Chillis in a plastic bag and remove as much air as possible.    Alternatively, chillies can be dried or frozen for longer storage.    Drying of Sarpan F1 92 Chilli :    Wash chillies and remove stems.    Slice chillies into thin strips or leave them whole.    Spread chillies on a clean drying rack or on trays in a well-ventilated area.    Drying chillies    Turn chillies regularly to ensure even drying.    Chillies are dry when they are brittle and break easily. 

  • Sarpan Commander 641 Chilli Seeds Sarpan Commander 641 Chilli Seeds

    Sarpan Seeds Sarpan Commander 641 Chilli Seeds

    Sarpan Commander 641 Chilli Seeds are a popular choice among farmers for their impressive yield and resistance to various viruses. This hybrid variety produces medium-pungency chillies that are ideal for both fresh consumption and drying.  Key features:  Sarpan Commander 641 Chilli is high yielding: Produces up to 25-30 tonnes per hectare under ideal conditions.  Virus resistant: Resistant to common chilli viruses like CMV, TYLCV, and BLCV.  Semi-erect plant type: Reaches a height of 3.5-4 feet, making it easy to manage and harvest.  Medium pungency: Scoville Heat Units (SHU) range between 10,000 and 15,000, providing a good balance of heat and flavour.  Long, attractive fruits: Chilies are 13-15 cm in length and 1.3-1.5 cm in diameter, making them visually appealing.  Dual purpose: Sarpan Commander 641 Chilli can be used fresh in cooking or dried for later use.  Benefits:  Increased productivity and income for farmers.  Reduced risk of crop loss due to viral diseases.  Versatile chillies suitable for various culinary uses.  Easy to manage and harvest.   Land Preparation:    Number of ploughings: 2-3 ploughings are generally recommended to achieve a fine tilth.   Depth of ploughing: The first ploughing should be deep (18-20 cm) to break the hardpan and improve drainage. Subsequent ploughings can be shallower (10-12 cm).   Timing: Ploughing is best done during the summer months (April-May) to allow the soil to dry and aerate.   Moisture content: Ideally, the soil should have moderate moisture content during ploughing. Avoid ploughing when the soil is too wet or dry.   After ploughing, remove all weeds, stones, and other debris from the field. This will prevent competition for resources and facilitate smooth land levelling.   Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water-holding capacity, and soil structure.   Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water-holding capacity, and soil structure.   Apply a basal dose of fertilizers based on soil test recommendations. A general recommendation is 40 kg nitrogen, 60 kg phosphorus, and 40 kg potassium per acre.    Sowing   Sow Chilli seeds in a well-drained seedbed with fertile soil.   Sow seeds thinly, about 2-3 cm (about 1.18 in) apart.   Cover the seeds lightly with soil.   Water the seedbed regularly and keep it moist.   Chilli Seedlings should emerge in 7-10 days.    Transplanting:    Transplant Sarpan Commander 641 Chilli seedlings to the field when they are 4-5 weeks old and have 4-5 true leaves.   Harden off seedlings for a week before transplanting by gradually exposing them to outdoor conditions.   Prepare the field by tilling, levelling, and making planting holes.   Space the plants 45-60 cm apart in rows that are 60-75 cm apart.   Make sure the roots are not bent when planting.   Water the plants thoroughly after transplanting.    Harvesting:   Chilli are ready for harvest when they reach full colour and size.   Ripe Sarpan Commander 641 Chilli  Use sharp scissors or pruners to harvest the chillies.   Cut the stem about 1 cm above the fruit.   Harvest chillies regularly, as this will encourage further fruiting.   Storage:   Fresh  Chilli can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.   Sarpan Commander 641 Chilli stored in a refrigerator   Wash chillies gently before storing them.   Place Sarpan Commander 641 Chilli in a plastic bag and remove as much air as possible.   Alternatively, chillies can be dried or frozen for longer storage.   Drying of Sarpan 4444 Chilli  :   Wash chillies and remove stems.   Slice chillies into thin strips or leave them whole.   Spread chillies on a clean drying rack or trays in a well-ventilated area.   Drying chillies   Turn chillies regularly to ensure even drying.   Chillies are dry when they are brittle and break easily. 

  • Sarpan Simha Teja Chilli Seeds Sarpan Simha Teja Chilli Seeds

    Sarpan Seeds Sarpan Simha Teja Chilli Seeds

    Sarpan Simha Teja Chilli Seeds are renowned for their high yields and resilience to heat and cold. They are packed with Vitamins A, C, E and K and are known for their strong flavor and high heat rating. They are an excellent choice for any garden.

  • Sarpan Piko-2 Chilli Seeds Sarpan Piko-2 Chilli Seeds

    Sarpan Seeds Sarpan Piko-2 Chilli Seeds

    Sarpan Piko-2 is a unique and beautiful chilli that is perfect for adding a touch of spice and colour to your garden. This hybrid chilli variety produces stunning red fruits that are long, slender, and curved. The fruits can be eaten fresh or dried, and they have a medium pungency level.  Key Features   Fruit length: 10-12 cm  Fruit diameter: 3-4 cm  Fruit weight: 70-80 g (wet), 6-7 g (dry)  First picking: 60-70 days (green), 90-110 days (red)  Harvesting intervals: 12-15 days  Pungency: Medium  Color: High  In addition to its attractive appearance and delicious flavour, Sarpan Piko-2 is also a high-yielding variety. This means that you can enjoy a bountiful harvest of chillies throughout the season.  Benefits  Adds beauty to your garden: The bright red fruits of chilli are sure to add a touch of colour and vibrancy to your garden.  Provides a delicious and healthy crop: Chillies are a good source of vitamins and minerals, and they can be used in a variety of dishes.  Easy to grow: This chilli is a relatively easy-to-grow variety that is suitable for both experienced and novice gardeners.  Here are some additional details about Sarpan Piko-2:  Plant height: 75-100 cm  Planting distance: 60-75 cm  Full sun to partial shade  Well-drained soil  Regular watering    Land Preparation:    Number of ploughings: 2-3 ploughings are generally recommended to achieve a fine tilth.   Depth of ploughing: The first ploughing should be deep (18-20 cm) to break the hardpan and improve drainage. Subsequent ploughings can be shallower (10-12 cm).   Timing: Ploughing is best done during the summer months (April-May) to allow the soil to dry and aerate.   Moisture content: The soil should have moderate moisture content during ploughing. Avoid ploughing when the soil is too wet or dry.   After ploughing, remove all weeds, stones, and other debris from the field. This will prevent competition for resources and facilitate smooth land leveling.   Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water-holdinglevelling capacity, and soil structure.   Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water-holding capacity, and soil structure.   Apply a basal dose of fertilizers based on soil test recommendations. A general recommendation is 40 kg nitrogen, 60 kg phosphorus, and 40 kg potassium per acre.    Sowing   Sow Chilli seeds in a well-drained seedbed with fertile soil.   Sow seeds thinly, about 2-3 cm apart.   Cover the seeds lightly with soil.   Water the seedbed regularly and keep it moist.   Chilli Seedlings should emerge in 7-10 days.    Transplanting:    Transplant Chilli seedlings to the field when they are 4-5 weeks old and have 4-5 true leaves.   Harden off seedlings for a week before transplanting by gradually exposing them to outdoor conditions.   Prepare the field by tilling, levelling, and making planting holes.   Space the plants 45-60 cm apart in rows that are 60-75 cm apart.   Make sure the roots are not bent when planting.   Water the plants thoroughly after transplanting.    Harvesting:   Sarpan Piko-2 Chilli Chillies are ready for harvest when they reach full colour and size.   Ripe Sarpan Piko-2 Chilli   Use sharp scissors or pruners to harvest the chillies.   Cut the stem about 1 cm above the fruit.   Harvest chillies regularly, as this will encourage further fruiting.   Storage:   Fresh Chilli can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.   Sarpan Piko-2 Chilli stored in refrigerator   Wash chillies gently before storing them.   Place Chillis in a plastic bag and remove as much air as possible.   Alternatively, chillies can be dried or frozen for longer storage.   Drying of Sarpan Piko-2 Chilli:   Wash chillies and remove stems.   Slice chillies into thin strips or leave them whole.   Spread chillies on a clean drying rack or trays in a well-ventilated area.   Drying chillies   Turn chillies regularly to ensure even drying.   Chillies are dry when they are brittle and break easily.   

  • Sarpan Kashmiri Chilli Seeds Sarpan Kashmiri Chilli Seeds

    Sarpan Seeds Sarpan Kashmiri Chilli Seeds

    Sarpan Kashmiri Chilli Seeds are premium seeds known for producing long, slender chillies with a deep red colour and intense heat.  Key Features   Fruit length: 16-18 cm  Fruit diameter: 2-3 cm  Fruit weight: 70-80 grams (wet), 5-6 grams (dry)  Days to first picking: 60-65 (green), 90-110 (red)  Germination time: 6-8 days  Seedling transplant time: 30-35 days  Benefits  Authentic Kashmiri flavour: Grown in the fertile lands of Kashmir, these chillies have a unique aroma and taste that are perfect for adding depth and complexity to your dishes.  High yield: Expect a bountiful harvest of chillies from each plant, ensuring you have plenty to enjoy throughout the season.  Versatile culinary applications: Use these chillies to make your own Kashmiri chilli powder, add a kick to curries and stews, or simply enjoy them fresh.  Easy to grow: Suitable for both indoor and outdoor planting, these seeds are a great choice for gardeners of all levels.   Land Preparation:    Number of ploughings: 2-3 ploughings are generally recommended to achieve a fine tilth.   Depth of ploughing: The first ploughing should be deep (18-20 cm) to break the hardpan and improve drainage. Subsequent ploughings can be shallower (10-12 cm).   Timing: Ploughing is best done during the summer months (April-May) to allow the soil to dry and aerate.   Moisture content: The soil should have moderate moisture content during ploughing. Avoid ploughing when the soil is too wet or dry.   After ploughing, remove all weeds, stones, and other debris from the field. This will prevent competition for resources and facilitate smooth land leveling.   Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water holding capacity, and soil structure.   Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water-holdingwater-holdinglevelling capacity, and soil structure.   Apply a basal dose of fertilizers based on soil test recommendations. A general recommendation is 40 kg nitrogen, 60 kg phosphorus, and 40 kg potassium per acre.    Sowing   Sow Chilli seeds in a well-drained seedbed with fertile soil.   Sow seeds thinly, about 2-3 cm apart.   Cover the seeds lightly with soil.   Water the seedbed regularly and keep it moist.   Chilli Seedlings should emerge in 7-10 days.    Transplanting:    Transplant Chilli seedlings to the field when they are 4-5 weeks old and have 4-5 true leaves.   Harden off seedlings for a week before transplanting by gradually exposing them to outdoor conditions.   Prepare the field by tilling, levelling, and making planting holes.   Space the plants 45-60 cm apart in rows that are 60-75 cm apart.   Make sure the roots are not bent when planting.   Water the plants thoroughly after transplanting.    Harvesting:   Sarpan Kashmiri Chilli Chillies are ready for harvest when they reach full colour and size.   Ripe Sarpan Kashmiri Chilli   Use sharp scissors or pruners to harvest the chillies.   Cut the stem about 1 cm above the fruit.   Harvest chillies regularly, as this will encourage further fruiting.   Storage:   Fresh Sarpan Kashmiri Chilli can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.   Sarpan Kashmiri  Chilli stored in refrigerator   Wash chillies gently before storing them.   Place Sarpan Kashmiri Chillis in a plastic bag and remove as much air as possible.   Alternatively, chillies can be dried or frozen for longer storage.    Drying of Sarpan Kashmiri Chilli:   Wash chillies and remove stems.   Slice chillies into thin strips or leave them whole.   Spread chillies on a clean drying rack or trays in a well-ventilated area.   Drying chillies   Turn chillies regularly to ensure even drying.   Chillies are dry when they are brittle and break easily. 

  • ಕೊನೆಯ ಸ್ಟಾಕ್! Sarpan Jwala Gold Chilli Seeds - 10 GM - Agriplex Sarpan Jwala Gold Chilli Seeds - 10 GM

    Sarpan Seeds Sarpan Jwala Gold Chilli Seeds - 10 GM

    Sarpan Jwala Gold Chilli seeds are a great choice for growing your spicy peppers. These F1 hybrid seeds produce long, light green, glossy fruits with a high heat level. The plants are prolific and can be harvested throughout the season.  Benefits:  High Yield: These seeds produce a high yield of chillies, making them ideal for commercial production or home gardeners who want to harvest a plentiful crop.  Disease Resistance: They are highly tolerant to various sucking pests and diseases, reducing the need for pesticides and ensuring a healthy harvest. Key Features:  Long fruits: 15-18 cm long  Light green, glossy: Attractive appearance  Spicy hot: Great for adding heat to dishes  Highly tolerant: To pests and diseases  Prolific, high-yielding: Produces plenty of peppers  All season: Can be grown year-round    Land Preparation:     Number of ploughings: 2-3 ploughings are generally recommended to achieve a fine tilth.    Depth of ploughing: The first ploughing should be deep (18-20 cm) to break the hardpan and improve drainage. Subsequent ploughings can be shallower (10-12 cm).    Timing: Ploughing is best done during the summer months (April-May) to allow the soil to dry and aerate.    Moisture content: Ideally, the soil should have moderate moisture content during ploughing. Avoid ploughing when the soil is too wet or dry.    After ploughing, remove all weeds, stones, and other debris from the field. This will prevent competition for resources and facilitate smooth land levelling.    Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water-holding capacity, and soil structure.    Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water-holding capacity, and soil structure.    Apply a basal dose of fertilizers based on soil test recommendations. A general recommendation is 40 kg nitrogen, 60 kg phosphorus, and 40 kg potassium per acre.     Sowing    Sow Sarpan Jwala Gold Chilli seeds in a well-drained seedbed with fertile soil.    Sow seeds thinly, about 2-3 cm apart.    Cover the seeds lightly with soil.    Water the seedbed regularly and keep it moist.    Chilli Seedlings should emerge in 7-10 days.     Transplanting:     Transplant Chilli seedlings to the field when they are 4-5 weeks old and have 4-5 true leaves.    Harden off seedlings for a week before transplanting by gradually exposing them to outdoor conditions.    Prepare the field by tilling, levelling, and making planting holes.    Space the plants 45-60 cm apart in rows that are 60-75 cm apart.    Make sure the roots are not bent when planting.    Water the plants thoroughly after transplanting.     Harvesting:    Sarpan Jwala Gold Chillis are ready for harvest when they reach full colour and size.    Ripe Sarpan Jwala Gold Chilli  Use sharp scissors or pruners to harvest the chillies.    Cut the stem about 1 cm above the fruit.    Harvest chillies regularly, as this will encourage further fruiting.    Storage:    Fresh Sarpan Jwala Gold Chilli can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.    These Chilli stored in the refrigerator    Wash chillies gently before storing them.    Place  Chilli in a plastic bag and remove as much air as possible.    Alternatively, chillies can be dried or frozen for longer storage.    Drying of Sarpan Jwala Gold Chilli  :    Wash chillies and remove stems.    Slice chillies into thin strips or leave them whole.    Spread chillies on a clean drying rack or trays in a well-ventilated area.    Drying chillies    Turn chillies regularly to ensure even drying.    Chillies are dry when they are brittle and break easily. 

    Rs. 405.00

  • Sarpan Jalapino-101 Chilli Seeds Sarpan Jalapino-101 Chilli Seeds

    Sarpan Seeds Sarpan Jalapino-101 Chilli Seeds

    Sarpan Jalapeno-101 Chilli Seeds are a hybrid variety of jalapeno pepper seeds that are known for their high yield and quality.   Key Features:  Dark green, high-round, corky fruits  Medium pungent with thick skin and firm fruits  Plant size: 90-100 cm  Sowing season: Kharif, Rabi, and Summer  Seeds per 10gm: 1500-1600  Seedlings per acre: 13,000-13,050  Days to first harvest: 60-70  Production period: 180-210 days  Benefits:  High yield  Excellent quality  Disease resistant  Suitable for a variety of climates  Can be grown in pots or the ground   Land Preparation:    Number of ploughings: 2-3 ploughings are generally recommended to achieve a fine tilth.   Depth of ploughing: The first ploughing should be deep (18-20 cm) to break the hardpan and improve drainage. Subsequent ploughings can be shallower (10-12 cm).   Timing: Ploughing is best done during the summer months (April-May) to allow the soil to dry and aerate.   Moisture content: Ideally, the soil should have moderate moisture content during ploughing. Avoid ploughing when the soil is too wet or dry.   After ploughing, remove all weeds, stones, and other debris from the field. This will prevent competition for resources and facilitate smooth land levelling.   Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water-holding capacity, and soil structure.   Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water-holding capacity, and soil structure.   Apply a basal dose of fertilizers based on soil test recommendations. A general recommendation is 40 kg nitrogen, 60 kg phosphorus, and 40 kg potassium per acre.    Sowing   Sow Sarpan Jalapeno-101 F1 Hybrid Chilli seeds in a well-drained seedbed with fertile soil.   Sow seeds thinly, about 2-3 cm apart.   Cover the seeds lightly with soil.   Water the seedbed regularly and keep it moist.   Seedlings should emerge in 7-10 days.    Transplanting:    Transplant Sarpan Jalapeno-101 F1 Hybrid Chilli seedlings to the field when they are 4-5 weeks old and have 4-5 true leaves.   Harden off seedlings for a week before transplanting by gradually exposing them to outdoor conditions.   Prepare the field by tilling, levelling, and making planting holes.   Space the plants 45-60 cm apart in rows that are 60-75 cm apart.   Make sure the roots are not bent when planting.   Water the plants thoroughly after transplanting.    Harvesting:   Chillies are ready for harvest when they reach full colour and size.   Ripe Sarpan Jalapeno-101 F1 Hybrid Chilli   Use sharp scissors or pruners to harvest the chillies.   Cut the stem about 1 cm above the fruit.   Harvest chillies regularly, as this will encourage further fruiting.   Storage:   Fresh Chilli can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.   Sarpan Jalapeno-101 F1 Hybrid Chilli stored in refrigerator   Wash chillies gently before storing them.   Place Chillis in a plastic bag and remove as much air as possible.   Alternatively, chillies can be dried or frozen for longer storage.    Drying of Sarpan Jalapeno-101 F1 Hybrid Chilli:   Wash chillies and remove stems.   Slice chillies into thin strips or leave them whole.   Spread chillies on a clean drying rack or trays in a well-ventilated area.   Drying chillies   Turn chillies regularly to ensure even drying.   Chillies are dry when they are brittle and break easily. 

  • Sarpan Chilli Seeds F1 291 - Agriplex Sarpan Chilli Seeds F1 291  - 10 GM

    Sarpan Seeds Sarpan Chilli Seeds F1 291

    Sarpan Chilli Seeds F1-291 are high-yielding hybrid variety that produces an abundance of long, sleek chillies ideal for adding a kick to your favorite dishes.   Benefits:  Hot and Spicy: Delivering a fiery punch with a Scoville Heat Unit (SHU) rating of 30,000-35,000, these chillies are perfect for those who love it hot!  Prolific Bearer: Enjoy a continuous harvest of long, straight chillies measuring 7-9 cm.  Highly Tolerant: Resistant to leaf curl, sucking pests, wilt, and heat, ensuring a healthy and productive crop.  All Season: Plant these versatile chillies throughout the year for fresh green chillies or let them mature to a vibrant red for drying and grinding.  Compact Bushy Plants: Reaching a manageable height of 80-90 cm, these chilli plants are perfect for small gardens and containers.  Uniform Size and Excellent Shelf Life: Enjoy consistent harvests of beautifully shaped chillies with a long shelf life.  Dark Green, Glossy Appearance: These chillies are not just delicious, but also add a vibrant touch to your garden or patio.  Key Features:  Plant type: Compact bushy  Fruit colour: Dark green, turning red when mature  Plant height: 80-90 cm  Fruit shape: Long and straight  Pungency: Hot (30,000-35,000 SHU)  Suitable for Fresh and dried use    Land Preparation:     Number of ploughings: 2-3 ploughings are generally recommended to achieve a fine tilth.    Depth of ploughing: The first ploughing should be deep (18-20 cm) to break the hardpan and improve drainage. Subsequent ploughings can be shallower (10-12 cm).    Timing: Ploughing is best done during the summer months (April-May) to allow the soil to dry and aerate.    Moisture content: Ideally, the soil should have moderate moisture content during ploughing. Avoid ploughing when the soil is too wet or dry.    After ploughing, remove all weeds, stones, and other debris from the field. This will prevent competition for resources and facilitate smooth land levelling.    Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water-holding capacity, and soil structure.    Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water-holding capacity, and soil structure.    Apply a basal dose of fertilizers based on soil test recommendations. A general recommendation is 40 kg nitrogen, 60 kg phosphorus, and 40 kg potassium per acre.     Sowing    Sow  Chilli seeds in a well-drained seedbed with fertile soil.    Sow seeds thinly, about 2-3 cm apart.    Cover the seeds lightly with soil.    Water the seedbed regularly and keep it moist.     Chilli Seedlings should emerge in 7-10 days.     Transplanting:     Transplant Sarpan Chilli Seeds F1-291 Chilli seedlings to the field when they are 4-5 weeks old and have 4-5 true leaves.    Harden off seedlings for a week before transplanting by gradually exposing them to outdoor conditions.    Prepare the field by tilling, levelling, and making planting holes.    Space the plants 45-60 cm apart in rows that are 60-75 cm apart.    Make sure the roots are not bent when planting.    Water the plants thoroughly after transplanting.     Harvesting:    Sarpan Chilli Seeds F1-291 Chillis are ready for harvest when they reach full colour and size.    Ripe Sarpan Chilli Seeds F1-291  Chilli  Use sharp scissors or pruners to harvest the chillies.    Cut the stem about 1 cm above the fruit.    Harvest chillies regularly, as this will encourage further fruiting.    Storage:    Fresh Sarpan Chilli Seeds F1-291 Chilli can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.    Sarpan Chilli Seeds F1-291 Chilli stored in refrigerator    Wash chillies gently before storing them.    Place Chillis in a plastic bag and remove as much air as possible.    Alternatively, chillies can be dried or frozen for longer storage.    Drying of Sarpan Chilli Seeds F1-291 Chilli :    Wash chillies and remove stems.    Slice chillies into thin strips or leave them whole.    Spread chillies on a clean drying rack or trays in a well-ventilated area.    Drying chillies    Turn chillies regularly to ensure even drying.    Chillies are dry when they are brittle and break easily.   

  • Sarpan Akash Chilli Seeds Sarpan Akash Chilli Seeds

    Sarpan Seeds Sarpan Akash Chilli Seeds

    Sarpan Akash Chilli Seeds are an F1 hybrid variety of chilli seeds that are known for their high yield, strong plant vigour, and tolerance to various diseases. These chillies are medium-sized, 6-7 cm long and 0.9-1.1 cm in diameter, with glossy, firm fruits. They are upright, hot, and spicy, making them ideal for use in a variety of dishes.  Key Features  High yield: Sarpan Akash chillies are known for their high yield, making them a great choice for commercial growers.  Strong plant vigor: The plants are strong and vigorous, with good resistance to diseases and pests.  All-season: These chillies can be grown throughout the year, making them a versatile option for growers.  Glossy, firm fruits: The fruits are glossy, firm, and have a good shelf life.  Upright growth: The plants have an upright growth habit, making them easy to manage and harvest.  Hot and spicy: Sarpan Akash chillies are hot and spicy, with a Scoville Heat Unit (SHU) rating of 50,000-75,000.  Duel purpose: These chillies can be used both fresh and dried.  If you are looking for a high-yielding, disease-resistant variety of chilli seeds, Sarpan Akash is a great option. These chillies are perfect for use in a variety of dishes, and they can be grown throughout the year.  Benefits:  Sow the seeds indoors 6-8 weeks before the last frost.  Transplant the seedlings outdoors after the danger of frost has passed.  Plant the seedlings in full sun and well-drained soil.  Water the plants regularly, especially during hot, dry weather.  Fertilize the plants every few weeks with a balanced fertilizer.  Harvest the chillies when they are fully ripe and red.   Land Preparation:    Number of ploughings: 2-3 ploughings are generally recommended to achieve a fine tilth.   Depth of ploughing: The first ploughing should be deep (18-20 cm) to break the hardpan and improve drainage. Subsequent ploughings can be shallower (10-12 cm).   Timing: Ploughing is best done during the summer months (April-May) to allow the soil to dry and aerate.   Moisture content: Ideally, the soil should have moderate moisture content during ploughing. Avoid ploughing when the soil is too wet or dry.   After ploughing, remove all weeds, stones, and other debris from the field. This will prevent competition for resources and facilitate smooth land levelling.   Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water-holding capacity, and soil structure.   Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water holding capacity, and soil structure.   Apply a basal dose of fertilizers based on soil test recommendations. A general recommendation is 40 kg nitrogen, 60 kg phosphorus, and 40 kg potassium per acre.    Sowing   Sow of Sarpan Akash  Chilli seeds in a well-drained seedbed with fertile soil.   Sow seeds thinly, about 2-3 cm (about 1.18 in) apart.   Cover the seeds lightly with soil.   Water the seedbed regularly and keep it moist.   Chilli Seedlings should emerge in 7-10 days.    Transplanting:    Transplant Sarpan Akash Chilli seedlings to the field when they are 4-5 weeks old and have 4-5 true leaves.   Harden off seedlings for a week before transplanting by gradually exposing them to outdoor conditions.   Prepare the field by tilling, levelling, and making planting holes.   Space the plants 45-60 cm apart in rows that are 60-75 cm apart.   Make sure the roots are not bent when planting.   Water the plants thoroughly after transplanting.    Harvesting:   Sarpan Akash Chilli is ready for harvest when they reach full colour and size.   Ripe  Chilli   Use sharp scissors or pruners to harvest the chillies.   Cut the stem about 1 cm above the fruit.   Harvest chillies regularly, as this will encourage further fruiting.   Storage:   Fresh Sarpan Akash Chilli can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.   Chilli stored in refrigerator   Wash chillies gently before storing them.   Place Chillis in a plastic bag and remove as much air as possible.   Alternatively, chillies can be dried or frozen for longer storage.   Drying of Sarpan Akash Chilli:   Wash chillies and remove stems.   Slice chillies into thin strips or leave them whole.   Spread chillies on a clean drying rack or on trays in a well-ventilated area.   Drying chillies   Turn chillies regularly to ensure even drying.   Chillies are dry when they are brittle and break easily.   

  • Sarpan Seeds F1 Dandicut-2 Chilli Seeds

    Sarpan Seeds Sarpan Seeds F1 Dandicut-2 Chilli Seeds

    As an expert in the agriculture industry, our Sarpan Seeds F1 Dandicut-2 Chilli Seeds have been carefully selected for superior quality and high yield. With these seeds, you can expect a bountiful crop of flavorful and spicy chillies, making them the perfect addition to any home garden or farm. Trust in our domain expertise to provide you with the best seeds for your growing needs. Experience the unique flavor and heat of Sarpan Balbheem Chilli Seeds. These seeds are specially selected for their bold taste and fiery intensity. Perfect for adding a kick to your dishes and impressing your taste buds. Get the best quality and unbeatable taste with Sarpan Balbheem Chilli Seeds.

  • Sarpan Seeds Sarpan Balbheem Chilli Seeds

    Experience the unique flavor and heat of Sarpan Balbheem Chilli Seeds. These seeds are specially selected for their bold taste and fiery intensity. Perfect for adding a kick to your dishes and impressing your taste buds. Get the best quality and unbeatable taste with Sarpan Balbheem Chilli Seeds.

  • Sarpan Acharya-9 Chilli Seeds

    Sarpan Seeds Sarpan Acharya-9 Chilli Seeds

    Grow your own hot and flavorful Sarpan Acharya-9 Chilli with these quality seeds. Developed by experts, these seeds promise a high yield of robust and spicy peppers. Start your own pepper garden and impress your friends and family with delicious dishes made from your homegrown chillies.

  • Sarpan Seeds Sarpan Arrow-5 Chilli Seeds

    Grow your own fiery chili peppers with Sarpan Arrow-5 Chilli Seeds. These high-quality seeds produce a unique blend of heat and flavor, perfect for adding a spicy kick to your dishes. With just one packet, you can enjoy a bountiful harvest of delicious chilies, making them a must-have for any home garden.

  • Sarpan Arrow-5

    Sarpan Seeds Sarpan Arrow-5

    These Sarpan Sarkar Chilli Seeds are specially selected for their rich, spicy flavor and high yield. Expertly cultivated and hand-picked, these seeds are guaranteed to produce robust and healthy plants. Enjoy an abundance of delicious and aromatic chillies with these premium quality seeds.

  • Sarpan Mahalakshmi Chilli Seeds

    Sarpan Seeds Sarpan Mahalakshmi Chilli Seeds

    These Sarpan Sarkar Chilli Seeds are specially selected for their rich, spicy flavor and high yield. Expertly cultivated and hand-picked, these seeds are guaranteed to produce robust and healthy plants. Enjoy an abundance of delicious and aromatic chilies with these premium quality seeds.

  • Sarpan Seeds Sarpan Sarkar Chilli Seeds

    These Sarpan Sarkar Chilli Seeds are specially selected for their rich, spicy flavor and high yield. Expertly cultivated and hand-picked, these seeds are guaranteed to produce robust and healthy plants. Enjoy an abundance of delicious and aromatic chillies with these premium quality seeds.

  • Sarpan Super Chilli - Byadagi Chilli Seeds - Agriplex Sarpan Super Chilli - Byadagi Chilli Seeds - 10 GM

    Sarpan Seeds Sarpan Super Chilli - Byadagi Chilli Seeds

    Sarpan Super Chilli seeds are a great choice for those who want to grow their own chilli peppers. The plants are tall, growing up to 120-130 cm, and produce long, broad-shouldered fruits that are 15-18 cm long. The chillies are cherry red in colour and have a pungency of 4000-5000 SHU. They have a highly wrinkled appearance and an acidic flavor. These chillies are suitable for irrigated cropping and are considered to be an all-season variety.  Key Features:  Tall plants (120-130 cm)  Long, broad-shouldered fruits (15-18 cm)  Cherry red color  Pungency of 4000-5000 SHU  Highly wrinkled appearance  Acidic flavor  Suitable for irrigated cropping  All-season variety  These chillies are a great addition to any garden and can be used in a variety of dishes. They can be eaten fresh, dried, or ground into powder. They can also be used to make hot sauce, salsa, and other condiments.    Land Preparation:     Number of ploughings: 2-3 ploughings are generally recommended to achieve a fine tilth.    Depth of ploughing: The first ploughing should be deep (18-20 cm) to break the hardpan and improve drainage. Subsequent ploughings can be shallower (10-12 cm).    Timing: Ploughing is best done during the summer months (April-May) to allow the soil to dry and aerate.    Moisture content: Ideally, the soil should have moderate moisture content during ploughing. Avoid ploughing when the soil is too wet or dry.    After ploughing, remove all weeds, stones, and other debris from the field. This will prevent competition for resources and facilitate smooth land leveling.    Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water holding capacity, and soil structure.    Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water holding capacity, and soil structure.    Apply a basal dose of fertilizers based on soil test recommendations. A general recommendation is 40 kg nitrogen, 60 kg phosphorus, and 40 kg potassium per acre.     Sowing    Sow of Sarpan Super Chilli seeds in a well-drained seedbed with fertile soil.    Sow seeds thinly, about 2-3 cm apart.    Cover the seeds lightly with soil.    Water the seedbed regularly and keep it moist.    Chilli  Seedlings should emerge in 7-10 days.     Transplanting:     Transplant Sarpan Super Chilli seedlings to the field when they are 4-5 weeks old and have 4-5 true leaves.    Harden off seedlings for a week before transplanting by gradually exposing them to outdoor conditions.    Prepare the field by tilling, levelling, and making planting holes.    Space the plants 45-60 cm apart in rows that are 60-75 cm apart.    Make sure the roots are not bent when planting.    Water the plants thoroughly after transplanting.     Harvesting:    Sarpan Super Chilli are ready for harvest when they reach full colour and size.    Ripe Sarpan Super Chilli      Use sharp scissors or pruners to harvest the chillies.    Cut the stem about 1 cm above the fruit.    Harvest chillies regularly, as this will encourage further fruiting.    Storage:    Fresh Chilli can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.    These Chilli stored in the refrigerator    Wash chillies gently before storing them.    Place Chillis in a plastic bag and remove as much air as possible.    Alternatively, chillies can be dried or frozen for longer storage.    Drying of Sarpan Super Chilli   :    Wash chillies and remove stems.    Slice chillies into thin strips or leave them whole.    Spread chillies on a clean drying rack or trays in a well-ventilated area.    Drying chillies    Turn chillies regularly to ensure even drying.    Chillies are dry when they are brittle and break easily. 

  • Sarpan Sarker Chilli Seeds Sarpan Sarker Chilli Seeds

    Sarpan Seeds Sarpan Sarkar Chilli Seeds

    Sarpan Sarker Chilli Seeds are a popular choice for both home and commercial growers. These seeds produce high yields of dark green, glossy-shiny chilies that are 7-9 cm long and have a high pungency. They are prolific bearers and are tolerant to a variety of diseases.  Key features:  High Yield: These seeds produce a large number of chilies per plant.  Glossy-shiny: The chilies are dark green and have a glossy shine.  7-9 cm long: The chilies are medium-sized and are perfect for use in a variety of dishes.  High Pungency: These chilies are very hot and have a Scoville Heat Unit (SHU) rating of 2500-15000.  Prolific Bearer: The plants are very productive and will continue to produce chilies throughout the season.  Tolerant to Diseases: The plants are resistant to a variety of diseases, making them a good choice for growers in all climates.  All Season: These seeds can be planted year-round.  Here are some tips for growing Sarpan Sarker Chilli Seeds:  Start the seeds indoors 6-8 weeks before the last frost.  Transplant the seedlings outdoors after the last frost.  Plant the seedlings in full sun.  Water the plants regularly.  Fertilize the plants every few weeks.  Harvest the chilies when they are red and ripe.     Land Preparation:    Number of ploughings: 2-3 ploughings are generally recommended to achieve a fine tilth.   Depth of ploughing: The first ploughing should be deep (18-20 cm) to break the hardpan and improve drainage. Subsequent ploughings can be shallower (10-12 cm).   Timing: Ploughing is best done during the summer months (April-May) to allow the soil to dry and aerate.   Moisture content: Ideally, the soil should have moderate moisture content during ploughing. Avoid ploughing when the soil is too wet or dry.   After ploughing, remove all weeds, stones, and other debris from the field. This will prevent competition for resources and facilitate smooth land leveling.   Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water-holding capacity, and soil structure.   Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water-holding capacity, and soil structure.   Apply a basal dose of fertilizers based on soil test recommendations. A general recommendation is 40 kg nitrogen, 60 kg phosphorus, and 40 kg potassium per acre.    Sowing   Sow  Sarpan Sarker Chilli seeds in a well-drained seedbed with fertile soil.   Sow seeds thinly, about 2-3 cm (about 1.18 in) apart.   Cover the seeds lightly with soil.   Water the seedbed regularly and keep it moist.   Sarpan Sarker Chilli Seedlings should emerge in 7-10 days.    Transplanting:    Transplant Sarpan Sarker Chilli seedlings to the field when they are 4-5 weeks old and have 4-5 true leaves.   Harden off seedlings for a week before transplanting by gradually exposing them to outdoor conditions.   Prepare the field by tilling, leveling, and making planting holes.   Space the plants 45-60 cm apart in rows that are 60-75 cm apart.   Make sure the roots are not bent when planting.   Water the plants thoroughly after transplanting.    Harvesting:   Sarpan Sarker are ready for harvest when they reach full color and size.   Ripe Sarpan Sarker Chilli  Use sharp scissors or pruners to harvest the chilies.   Cut the stem about 1 cm above the fruit.   Harvest chilies regularly, as this will encourage further fruiting.   Storage:   Fresh Chilli can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.   Sarpan Sarker Chilli stored in refrigerator   Wash chilies gently before storing them.   Place  Chilli in a plastic bag and remove as much air as possible.   Alternatively, chillies can be dried or frozen for longer storage.   Drying of Sarpan 4444 Chilli  :   Wash chillies and remove stems.   Slice chilies into thin strips or leave them whole.   Spread chilies on a clean drying rack or trays in a well-ventilated area.   Drying chillies   Turn chilies regularly to ensure even drying.   Chillies are dry when they are brittle and break easily. 

  • Sarpan Hybrid Mahakali Chilli Seeds - 10 GM - Agriplex Sarpan Hybrid Mahakali Chilli Seeds - 10 GM

    Sarpan Seeds Sarpan Hybrid Mahakali Chilli Seeds - 10 GM

    Sarpan Hybrid Mahakali Chilli! Are high-yielding, F1 hybrid seeds offer a unique flavour experience and are perfect for home growers.   Benefits :  Fiery flavour: The Mahakali chilli boasts a high Scoville Heat Unit (SHU) rating, making it one of the hottest chillies available. Expect a powerful kick that will tantalize your taste buds.  Unique appearance: The fruits are a beautiful blend of half light green and half black/purple, reaching 7-9 cm long. They add a vibrant splash of colour to your garden.  Versatility: Enjoy Mahakali chillies in their green stage for a fresh, vibrant flavour, or let them mature to a deep red for a smoky and intense heat. They are perfect for adding a searing touch to curries, salsas, stir-fries, or garnish.  High yield: These vigorous plants produce an abundance of chillies, ensuring you have a plentiful harvest throughout the season.  Key Features:  Rich in Vitamin C and antioxidants.  Excellent source of carotene.  Genetically pure and high-yielding potential.  Suitable for all-season planting.    Land Preparation:     Number of ploughings: 2-3 ploughings are generally recommended to achieve a fine tilth.    Depth of ploughing: The first ploughing should be deep (18-20 cm) to break the hardpan and improve drainage. Subsequent ploughings can be shallower (10-12 cm).    Timing: Ploughing is best done during the summer months (April-May) to allow the soil to dry and aerate.    Moisture content: Ideally, the soil should have moderate moisture content during ploughing. Avoid ploughing when the soil is too wet or dry.    After ploughing, remove all weeds, stones, and other debris from the field. This will prevent competition for resources and facilitate smooth land levelling.    Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water-holding capacity, and soil structure.    Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water-holding capacity, and soil structure.    Apply a basal dose of fertilizers based on soil test recommendations. A general recommendation is 40 kg nitrogen, 60 kg phosphorus, and 40 kg potassium per acre.     Sowing    Sow Mahakali  Chilli seeds in a well-drained seedbed with fertile soil.    Sow seeds thinly, about 2-3 cm apart.    Cover the seeds lightly with the soil.    Water the seedbed regularly and keep it moist.    Mahakali   Chilli Seedlings should emerge in 7-10 days.     Transplanting:     Transplant Mahakali   Chilli seedlings to the field when they are 4-5 weeks old and have 4-5 true leaves.    Harden off seedlings for a week before transplanting by gradually exposing them to outdoor conditions.    Prepare the field by tilling, levelling, and making planting holes.    Space the plants 45-60 cm apart in rows that are 60-75 cm apart.    Make sure the roots are not bent when planting.    Water the plants thoroughly after transplanting.     Harvesting:    Chillis are ready for harvest when they reach full colour and size.    Ripe Mahakali  Chilli  Use sharp scissors or pruners to harvest the chillies.    Cut the stem about 1 cm above the fruit.    Harvest chillies regularly, as this will encourage further fruiting.    Storage:    Fresh can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.    These Chilli stored in the refrigerator    Wash chillies gently before storing them.    Place Chillis in a plastic bag and remove as much air as possible.    Alternatively, chillies can be dried or frozen for longer storage.    Drying of Mahakali Chilli :    Wash chillies and remove stems.    Slice chillies into thin strips or leave them whole.    Spread chillies on a clean drying rack or trays in a well-ventilated area.    Drying chillies    Turn chillies regularly to ensure even drying.    Chillies are dry when they are brittle and break easily.   

    Rs. 415.00

  • Sarpan Sona 63 Chilli Seeds - 10 GM - Agriplex Sarpan F1 – Sona 63 Chilli Seeds - 10 GM

    Sarpan Seeds Sarpan Sona 63 Chilli Seeds - 10 GM

    Sarpan Sona 63 Chilli seeds are a high-yield variety and are known for their intense heat, vibrant red colour, and long, slender fruits. Perfect for adding a kick to your favourite dishes, drying for later use, or even grinding into a fiery powder.  Key Features:  Plant Height: 100-120 cm  Fruit Length: 18-20 cm  Fruit Color: Cherry Red  Pungency: 15,000-16,000 SHU  Germination Rate: High  Days to Maturity: 70-80 days  Benefits:  Explosive Flavor: Sona 63 chillies pack a punch, measuring between 15,000 and 16,000 Scoville Heat Units (SHU). Ideal for those who love a spicy challenge!  High Yield: These vigorous plants produce an abundance of long, slender chillies, ensuring you have plenty of fiery goodness to enjoy.  Beautiful Color: The vibrant red chillies add a pop of colour to your garden and dishes.  Versatile Use: Enjoy fresh curries, salsas, and stir-fries, dry them for later use, or grind them into a potent chilli powder.  Easy to Grow: Sona 63 chillies are ideal for both seasoned and beginner gardeners. They thrive in warm, sunny conditions and require minimal maintenance.    Land Preparation:     Number of ploughings: 2-3 ploughings are generally recommended to achieve a fine tilth.    Depth of ploughing: The first ploughing should be deep (18-20 cm) to break the hardpan and improve drainage. Subsequent ploughings can be shallower (10-12 cm).    Timing: Ploughing is best done during the summer months (April-May) to allow the soil to dry and aerate.    Moisture content: Ideally, the soil should have moderate moisture content during ploughing. Avoid ploughing when the soil is too wet or dry.    After ploughing, remove all weeds, stones, and other debris from the field. This will prevent competition for resources and facilitate smooth land levelling.    Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water-holding capacity, and soil structure.    Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water-holding capacity, and soil structure.    Apply a basal dose of fertilizers based on soil test recommendations. A general recommendation is 40 kg nitrogen, 60 kg phosphorus, and 40 kg potassium per acre.     Sowing    Sow of Sarpan Sona 63  Chilli seeds in a well-drained seedbed with fertile soil.    Sow seeds thinly, about 2-3 cm apart.    Cover the seeds lightly with the soil.    Water the seedbed regularly and keep it moist.    Chilli Seedlings should emerge in 7-10 days.     Transplanting:     Transplant Chilli seedlings to the field when they are 4-5 weeks old and have 4-5 true leaves.    Harden off seedlings for a week before transplanting by gradually exposing them to outdoor conditions.    Prepare the field by tilling, levelling, and making planting holes.    Space the plants 45-60 cm apart in rows that are 60-75 cm apart.    Make sure the roots are not bent when planting.    Water the plants thoroughly after transplanting.     Harvesting:    Sarpan Sona 63 Chillies are ready for harvest when they reach full colour and size.    Ripe Sarpan Sona 63 Chilli    Use sharp scissors or pruners to harvest the chillies.    Cut the stem about 1 cm above the fruit.    Harvest chillies regularly, as this will encourage further fruiting.    Storage:    Fresh Chilli can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.    Sarpan Sona 63 stored in refrigerator    Wash chillies gently before storing them.    Place Chillis in a plastic bag and remove as much air as possible.    Alternatively, chillies can be dried or frozen for longer storage.    Drying of Sarpan Sona 63  Chilli:    Wash chillies and remove stems.    Slice chillies into thin strips or leave them whole.    Spread chillies on a clean drying rack or trays in a well-ventilated area.    Drying chillies    Turn chillies regularly to ensure even drying.    Chillies are dry when they are brittle and break easily.   

    Rs. 510.00

  • Sarpan F1 Chilli -132 Seeds - Agriplex Sarpan F1 Chilli -132 Seeds - 10 GM

    Sarpan Seeds Sarpan F1 Chilli -132 Seeds

    Sarpan F1 Hybrid Chilli-132 seeds are potent variety boasts fiery chilies with a Scoville heat unit rating of 35,000-40,000, making them ideal for those who crave a real kick. Benefits:  High Yielding: Get ready for a bountiful harvest! These prolific plants produce long, slender chilies (12-14 cm) in abundance.  Fast Maturity: Enjoy fresh chilies in just 60-70 days after planting.  Versatility: Use these chilies fresh or dry them for later use. They are perfect for adding heat to curries, salsas, and sauces.  Compact and Resistant: These plants grow to a manageable height of 70-90 cm and are resistant to heat, wilt, and leaf curl.  Beautiful Appearance: The glossy, firm fruits are a vibrant yellow-green to parrot green, adding a pop of color to your garden.   Key Features:  Seeds per pack: 132  Plant type: Compact bushy  Fruit length: 12-14 cm  Fruit diameter: 1.2-1.3 cm  Fruit colour: Yellow-green to parrot green  Scoville heat units: 35,000-40,000  Days to maturity: 60-70  Suitable for: Fresh or dried use  Resistant to: Heat, wilt, and leaf curl     Land Preparation:     Number of ploughings: 2-3 ploughings are generally recommended to achieve a fine tilth.    Depth of ploughing: The first ploughing should be deep (18-20 cm) to break the hardpan and improve drainage. Subsequent ploughings can be shallower (10-12 cm).    Timing: Ploughing is best done during the summer months (April-May) to allow the soil to dry and aerate.    Moisture content: Ideally, the soil should have moderate moisture content during ploughing. Avoid ploughing when the soil is too wet or dry.    After ploughing, remove all weeds, stones, and other debris from the field. This will prevent competition for resources and facilitate smooth land leveling.    Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water holding capacity, and soil structure.    Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water holding capacity, and soil structure.    Apply a basal dose of fertilizers based on soil test recommendations. A general recommendation is 40 kg nitrogen, 60 kg phosphorus, and 40 kg potassium per acre.     Sowing    Sow of Sarpan F1 Hybrid Chilli-132 Chilli seeds in a well-drained seedbed with fertile soil.    Sow seeds thinly, about 2-3 cm apart.    Cover the seeds lightly with the soil.    Water the seedbed regularly and keep it moist.    Sarpan F1 Hybrid Chilli-132  Chilli Seedlings should emerge in 7-10 days.     Transplanting:     Transplant Sarpan F1 Hybrid Chilli-132 Chilli seedlings to the field when they are 4-5 weeks old and have 4-5 true leaves.    Harden off seedlings for a week before transplanting by gradually exposing them to outdoor conditions.    Prepare the field by tilling, levelling, and making planting holes.    Space the plants 45-60 cm apart in rows that are 60-75 cm apart.    Make sure the roots are not bent when planting.    Water the plants thoroughly after transplanting.     Harvesting:    Sarpan F1 Hybrid Chilli-132  Chillis are ready for harvest when they reach full colour and size.    Ripe Sarpan F1 Hybrid Chilli-132  Chilli  Use sharp scissors or pruners to harvest the chillies.    Cut the stem about 1 cm above the fruit.    Harvest chillies regularly, as this will encourage further fruiting.    Storage:    Fresh Sarpan F1 Hybrid Chilli-132 Chilli can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.    Sarpan F1 Hybrid Chilli-132 Chilli stored in refrigerator    Wash chillies gently before storing them.    Place Sarpan F1 Hybrid Chilli-132 Chillis in a plastic bag and remove as much air as possible.    Alternatively, chillies can be dried or frozen for longer storage.     Drying of Sarpan F1 Hybrid Chilli-132 Chilli :    Wash chillies and remove stems.    Slice chillies into thin strips or leave them whole.    Spread chillies on a clean drying rack or on trays in a well-ventilated area.    Drying chillies    Turn chillies regularly to ensure even drying.    Chillies are dry when they are brittle and break easily. 

  • Sarpan Chilli Bajji Kai Seeds - 10 GM - Agriplex Sarpan Chilli Bajji Kai Seeds - 10 GM

    Sarpan Seeds Sarpan Chilli Bajji Kai Seeds - 10 GM

    Sarpan Chilli Bajji Kai Chilli seeds are a popular variety of chilli grown in India. They are known for their medium heat, prolific bearing, and early maturity. The chillies are light green in color and have a glossy sheen. They are about 8-11 centimeters long and 2.5-3 centimeters wide.  Benefits:  Medium heat for a variety of dishes  Prolific bearing for a bountiful harvest  Early maturity for a quick crop  Good keeping quality for long-term storage  Key Features:  Rich in Vitamin C and antioxidants.  Excellent source of carotene.  Genetically pure and high-yielding potential.  Suitable for all-season planting.     Land Preparation:     Number of ploughings: 2-3 ploughings are generally recommended to achieve a fine tilth.    Depth of ploughing: The first ploughing should be deep (18-20 cm) to break the hardpan and improve drainage. Subsequent ploughings can be shallower (10-12 cm).    Timing: Ploughing is best done during the summer months (April-May) to allow the soil to dry and aerate.    Moisture content: Ideally, the soil should have moderate moisture content during ploughing. Avoid ploughing when the soil is too wet or dry.    After ploughing, remove all weeds, stones, and other debris from the field. This will prevent competition for resources and facilitate smooth land leveling.    Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water holding capacity, and soil structure.    Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water-holding capacity, and soil structure.    Apply a basal dose of fertilizers based on soil test recommendations. A general recommendation is 40 kg nitrogen, 60 kg phosphorus, and 40 kg potassium per acre.     Sowing    Sow of Sarpan Chilli Bajji Kai Chilli seeds in a well-drained seedbed with fertile soil.    Sow seeds thinly, about 2-3 cm apart.    Cover the seeds lightly with soil.    Water the seedbed regularly and keep it moist.    Chilli Seedlings should emerge in 7-10 days.     Transplanting:     Transplant Sarpan Chilli Bajji Kai  Chilli seedlings to the field when they are 4-5 weeks old and have 4-5 true leaves.    Harden off seedlings for a week before transplanting by gradually exposing them to outdoor conditions.    Prepare the field by tilling, levelling, and making planting holes.    Space the plants 45-60 cm apart in rows that are 60-75 cm apart.    Make sure the roots are not bent when planting.    Water the plants thoroughly after transplanting.     Harvesting:    Sarpan Chilli Bajji Kai Chillis are ready for harvest when they reach full colour and size.    Ripe Sarpan Chilli Bajji Kai Chilli  Use sharp scissors or pruners to harvest the chillies.    Cut the stem about 1 cm above the fruit.    Harvest chillies regularly, as this will encourage further fruiting.    Storage:    Fresh Chilli can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.     Chilli stored in refrigerator    Wash chillies gently before storing them.    Place  Chillis in a plastic bag and remove as much air as possible.    Alternatively, chillies can be dried or frozen for longer storage.    Drying of Sarpan Chilli Bajji Kai Chilli :    Wash chillies and remove stems.    Slice chillies into thin strips or leave them whole.    Spread chillies on a clean drying rack or on trays in a well-ventilated area.    Drying chillies    Turn chillies regularly to ensure even drying.    Chillies are dry when they are brittle and break easily.   

    Rs. 570.00

  • Sarpan Avinash Chilli Seeds - 10 GM - Agriplex Sarpan Avinash Chilli Seeds - 10 GM

    Sarpan Seeds Sarpan Avinash Chilli Seeds

    Sarpan Avinash Chilli Seeds is a hybrid chilli variety known for its high yield and resistance to diseases. The fruit is 5-6 cm long, glossy, firm, and has a medium to high pungency. It is suitable for growing in all seasons and is recommended for the states of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Assam, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh, and Maharashtra.  Benefits:  High Yield: These seeds produce a high yield of chillies, making them ideal for commercial production or home gardeners who want to harvest a plentiful crop.  Disease Resistance: They are highly tolerant to various sucking pests and diseases, reducing the need for pesticides and ensuring a healthy harvest.  Suitable for All Seasons: Unlike some chilli varieties, Sarpan Avinash chillies can be grown year-round in various climates, offering a longer harvesting season.  Medium to High Pungency: These chillies provide a good level of spice, making them suitable for adding heat to various dishes.  Glossy and Firm Fruit: The chillies are visually appealing with their glossy and firm appearance, ensuring marketability and adding a vibrant touch to dishes.  Nutritional Value: Chillies are a good source of vitamins A and C, which are essential for maintaining good health.  Key Features:  High Yield: Produces a significantly higher yield than other chilli varieties.  Disease Resistance: Highly tolerant to various pests and diseases, minimizing the need for pesticides.  Suitable for All Seasons: Adaptable to different climatic conditions and can be grown year-round.  Medium to High Pungency: Offers a desirable level of spice for diverse culinary uses.  Glossy and Firm Fruit: Boasts visually appealing chillies with a firm texture, enhancing their market value and culinary presentation.  High Germination Rate: Ensures a successful harvest with a higher percentage of seeds germinating into healthy plants.  Upright Plant Growth: Facilitates easier management and maintenance of the chilli plants.    Land Preparation:     Number of ploughings: 2-3 ploughings are generally recommended to achieve a fine tilth.    Depth of ploughing: The first ploughing should be deep (18-20 cm) to break the hardpan and improve drainage. Subsequent ploughings can be shallower (10-12 cm).    Timing: Ploughing is best done during the summer months (April-May) to allow the soil to dry and aerate.    Moisture content: The soil should have moderate moisture content during ploughing. Avoid ploughing when the soil is too wet or dry.    After ploughing, remove all weeds, stones, and other debris from the field. This will prevent competition for resources and facilitate smooth land levelling.    Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water-holding capacity, and soil structure.    Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water-holding capacity, and soil structure.    Apply a basal dose of fertilisers based on soil test recommendations. A general recommendation is 40 kg nitrogen, 60 kg phosphorus, and 40 kg potassium per acre.     Sowing    Sow Chilli seeds in a well-drained seedbed with fertile soil.    Sow seeds thinly, about 2-3 cm apart.    Cover the seeds lightly with the soil.    Water the seedbed regularly and keep it moist.    Sarpan Avinash  Chilli Seedlings should emerge in 7-10 days.     Transplanting:     Transplant Sarpan Avinash Chilli seedlings to the field when they are 4-5 weeks old and have 4-5 true leaves.    Harden off seedlings for a week before transplanting by gradually exposing them to outdoor conditions.    Prepare the field by tilling, levelling, and making planting holes.    Space the plants 45-60 cm apart in rows 60-75 cm apart.    Make sure the roots are not bent when planting.    Water the plants thoroughly after transplanting.     Harvesting:    Chillis are ready for harvest when they reach full colour and size.    Ripe Sarpan Avinash Chilli  Use sharp scissors or pruners to harvest the chillies.    Cut the stem about 1 cm above the fruit.    Harvest chillies regularly, as this will encourage further fruiting.    Storage:    Fresh chilli can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.    These chillies are stored in the refrigerator    Wash chillies gently before storing them.    Place Sarpan Avinash Chillis in a plastic bag and remove as much air as possible.    Alternatively, chillies can be dried or frozen for longer storage.    Drying of Sarpan Avinash Chilli :    Wash chillies and remove stems.    Slice chillies into thin strips or leave them whole.    Spread chillies on a clean drying rack or trays in a well-ventilated area.    Drying chillies    Turn chillies regularly to ensure even drying.    Chillies are dry when they are brittle and break easily.   

  • Sarpan Annigeri Delux Chilli Seeds Sarpan Annigeri Delux Chilli Seeds

    Sarpan Seeds Sarpan Annigeri Delux Chilli Seeds

    Sarpan Annigeri Delux Chilli Seeds are a high-quality variety of chilli seeds that produce long, thick, and bright red chillies. These seeds are perfect for home gardens and small farms, and they are also a popular choice for commercial growers.   Key Features   Plant height: 100-120 cm  Fruit length: 15-18 cm  Fruit colour: Cherry red  ASTA: 280-290  Pungency: 9000-10000 SHU  If you are looking for a high-quality variety of chilli seeds that are easy to grow and produce a large number of chillies, then Sarpan Annigeri Delux Chilli Seeds are a great option.  Benefits  High yields: These seeds produce a large number of chillies per plant.  Long, thick chillies: The chillies produced by these seeds are 15-18 cm long and have thick flesh.  Bright red colour: The chillies have a bright red colour that is very attractive.  Acidic flavour: The chillies have a slightly acidic flavour that is perfect for adding a bit of heat to your dishes.  High pungency: These chillies have a high pungency of 9000-10000 SHU, making them very hot.  Fine rudrakshi wrinkle: The chillies have a fine rudrakshi wrinkle, which is a unique characteristic of this variety.  Easy to grow: These seeds are easy to grow and require minimal care.  Disease resistant: These seeds are resistant to many common diseases.     Land Preparation:    Number of ploughings: 2-3 ploughings are generally recommended to achieve a fine tilth.   Depth of ploughing: The first ploughing should be deep (18-20 cm) to break the hardpan and improve drainage. Subsequent ploughings can be shallower (10-12 cm).   Timing: Ploughing is best done during the summer months (April-May) to allow the soil to dry and aerate.   Moisture content: The soil should have moderate moisture content during ploughing. Avoid ploughing when the soil is too wet or dry.   After ploughing, remove all weeds, stones, and other debris from the field. This will prevent competition for resources and facilitate smooth land leveling.   Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water holding capacity, and soil structure.   Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water-holding capacity, and soil structure.   Apply a basal dose of fertilizers based on soil test recommendations. A general recommendation is 40 kg nitrogen, 60 kg phosphorus, and 40 kg potassium per acre.    Sowing   Sow of Sarpan Annigeri Delux Chilli seeds in a well-drained seedbed with fertile soil.   Sow seeds thinly, about 2-3 cm apart.   Cover the seeds lightly with soil.   Water the seedbed regularly and keep it moist.   Sarpan Annigeri Delux Chilli Seedlings should emerge in 7-10 days.    Transplanting:    Transplant Chilli seedlings to the field when they are 4-5 weeks old and have 4-5 true leaves.   Harden off seedlings for a week before transplanting by gradually exposing them to outdoor conditions.   Prepare the field by tilling, levelling, and making planting holes.   Space the plants 45-60 cm apart in rows that are 60-75 cm apart.   Make sure the roots are not bent when planting.   Water the plants thoroughly after transplanting.    Harvesting:   Chillies are ready for harvest when they reach full colour and size.   Ripe Sarpan Annigeri Delux Chilli   Use sharp scissors or pruners to harvest the chillies.   Cut the stem about 1 cm above the fruit.   Harvest chillies regularly, as this will encourage further fruiting.   Storage:   Fresh Chilli can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.   Sarpan Annigeri Delux Chilli stored in refrigerator   Wash chillies gently before storing them.   Place Chillis in a plastic bag and remove as much air as possible.   Alternatively, chillies can be dried or frozen for longer storage.     Drying of Sarpan Annigeri Delux Chilli:   Wash chillies and remove stems.   Slice chillies into thin strips or leave them whole.   Spread chillies on a clean drying rack or trays in a well-ventilated area.   Drying chillies   Turn chillies regularly to ensure even drying.   Chillies are dry when they are brittle and break easily. 

  • Sarpan 531 Chilli Seeds - Agriplex Sarpan 531 Chilli Seeds - 10 GM

    Sarpan Seeds Sarpan 531 Chilli Seeds

    Sarpan 531 Chilli Seeds are a popular choice for both home and commercial growers. They are known for their high yield, early maturity, and resistance to pests and diseases. These seeds produce dark green, glossy fruits that mature to a deep red colour. The fruits are medium to high in pungency, making them perfect for adding spice to your favorite dishes.  Benefits:  High Yield: These seeds produce a prolific crop of chillies, with an average yield of 23-25 quintals per acre.  Early Maturity: The plants start fruiting early, within 45 days of planting.  Pest and Disease Resistant: The plants are resistant to major pests and diseases, such as powdery mildew and virus attacks.  Dual Purpose: The fruits can be harvested green for fresh use or allowed to mature for red chilli powder.  Medium to High Pungency: The fruits range from 35,500 to 40,500 SHU on the Scoville heat scale, making them moderately spicy.  Medium Long: The fruits are 14-15 cm long, making them perfect for slicing or chopping.    Land Preparation:     Number of ploughings: 2-3 ploughings are generally recommended to achieve a fine tilth.    Depth of ploughing: The first ploughing should be deep (18-20 cm) to break the hardpan and improve drainage. Subsequent ploughings can be shallower (10-12 cm).    Timing: Ploughing is best done during the summer months (April-May) to allow the soil to dry and aerate.    Moisture content: Ideally, the soil should have moderate moisture content during ploughing. Avoid ploughing when the soil is too wet or dry.    After ploughing, remove all weeds, stones, and other debris from the field. This will prevent competition for resources and facilitate smooth land leveling.    Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water holding capacity, and soil structure.    Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water-holding capacity, and soil structure.    Apply a basal dose of fertilizers based on soil test recommendations. A general recommendation is 40 kg nitrogen, 60 kg phosphorus, and 40 kg potassium per acre.     Sowing    Sow of Sarpan 531 Chilli seeds in a well-drained seedbed with fertile soil.    Sow seeds thinly, about 2-3 cm apart.    Cover the seeds lightly with soil.    Water the seedbed regularly and keep it moist.    Sarpan 531  Chilli Seedlings should emerge in 7-10 days.     Transplanting:     Transplant Sarpan 531 Chilli seedlings to the field when they are 4-5 weeks old and have 4-5 true leaves.    Harden off seedlings for a week before transplanting by gradually exposing them to outdoor conditions.    Prepare the field by tilling, levelling, and making planting holes.    Space the plants 45-60 cm apart in rows that are 60-75 cm apart.    Make sure the roots are not bent when planting.    Water the plants thoroughly after transplanting.     Harvesting:    Sarpan 531  Chillis are ready for harvest when they reach full colour and size.    Ripe Sarpan 531  Chilli  Use sharp scissors or pruners to harvest the chillies.    Cut the stem about 1 cm above the fruit.    Harvest chillies regularly, as this will encourage further fruiting.    Storage:    Fresh Sarpan 531 Chilli can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.    Sarpan 531 Chilli stored in the refrigerator    Wash chillies gently before storing them.    Place Chillis in a plastic bag and remove as much air as possible.    Alternatively, chillies can be dried or frozen for longer storage.    Drying of Sarpan 531 Chilli :    Wash chillies and remove stems.    Slice chillies into thin strips or leave them whole.    Spread chillies on a clean drying rack on trays in a well-ventilated area.    Drying chillies    Turn chillies regularly to ensure even drying.    Chillies are dry when they are brittle and break easily.   

  • Sarpan 4444 Chilli Seeds Sarpan 4444 Chilli Seeds

    Sarpan Seeds Sarpan 4444 Chilli Seeds

    Sarpan 4444 Chilli Seeds is a high-yielding, hybrid chilli variety that is popular among farmers for its high pungency, attractive dark green glossy fruits, and resistance to diseases. It is a vigorous plant with a bushy and elastic growth habit. The fruits are long, measuring 7-8 cm long and 0.8-1.2 cm in breadth. They mature in 55-60 days for fresh green harvest and 90-100 days for red harvest.  Key features   High-yielding variety  Attractive dark green glossy fruits  Long fruits (7-8 cm)  High pungency  Resistant to diseases  Vigorous plant with a bushy and elastic growth habit  Matures in 55-60 days for fresh green harvest and 90-100 days for red harvest  Benefits   High yield of chillies  Attractive and marketable fruits  Sarpan 4444 Chilli Seeds is High pungency, ideal for making chilli powder and other spicy products  Resistant to diseases, which reduces the need for pesticides  Vigorous plant that is easy to grow  Short maturity period, allowing for multiple harvests in a season     Land Preparation:    Number of ploughings: 2-3 are generally recommended to achieve a fine tilth.   Depth of ploughing: The first ploughing should be deep (18-20 cm) to break the hardpan and improve drainage. Subsequent ploughings can be shallower (10-12 cm).   Timing: Ploughing is best done during the summer months (April-May) to allow the soil to dry and aerate.   Moisture content: Ideally, the soil should have moderate moisture content during ploughing. Avoid ploughing when the soil is too wet or dry.   After ploughing, remove all weeds, stones, and other debris from the field. This will prevent competition for resources and facilitate smooth land levelling.   Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water-holding capacity, and soil structure.   Incorporate well-decomposed farmyard manure (FYM) or compost at 15-20 tons per acre at the time of final ploughing. This improves soil fertility, water-holding capacity, and soil structure.   Apply a basal dose of fertilizers based on soil test recommendations. A general recommendation is 40 kg nitrogen, 60 kg phosphorus, and 40 kg potassium per acre.    Sowing   Sow Sarpan 4444 Chilli Seeds seeds in a well-drained seedbed with fertile soil.   Sow seeds thinly, about 2-3 cm (about 1.18 in) apart.   Cover the seeds lightly with soil.   Water the seedbed regularly and keep it moist.   Sarpan 4444 Chilli Seeds Seedlings should emerge in 7-10 days.    Transplanting:    Transplant Sarpan 4444 Chilli Seeds seedlings to the field when they are 4-5 weeks old and have 4-5 true leaves.   Harden off seedlings for a week before transplanting by gradually exposing them to outdoor conditions.   Prepare the field by tilling, levelling, and making planting holes.   Space the plants 45-60 cm apart in rows that are 60-75 cm apart.   Make sure the roots are not bent when planting.   Water the plants thoroughly after transplanting.    Harvesting:   Nunhems Meenal Chillies are ready for harvest when they reach full colour and size.   Ripe Sarpan 4444 Chilli Seeds   Use sharp scissors or pruners to harvest the chillies.   Cut the stem about 1 cm above the fruit.   Harvest chillies regularly, as this will encourage further fruiting.   Storage:   Fresh Chilli Seeds can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.   Sarpan 4444 Chilli Seeds stored in a refrigerator   Wash chillies gently before storing them.   Place Chilli Seeds in a plastic bag and remove as much air as possible.   Alternatively, chillies can be dried or frozen for longer storage.   Drying of Sarpan 4444 Chilli  :   Wash chillies and remove stems.   Slice chillies into thin strips or leave them whole.   Spread chillies on a clean drying rack or trays in a well-ventilated area.   Drying chillies   Turn chillies regularly to ensure even drying.   Chillies are dry when they are brittle and break easily. 

Sarpan Chilli Seeds are a brand of chilli seeds that are produced by Sarpan Seeds, a company based in India. The company offers a wide variety of chilli seeds, including both traditional and hybrid varieties. Sarpan Chilli Seeds are known for their high quality and their ability to produce high yields. 

Some of the most popular Sarpan Chilli Seeds varieties are above available: 

Sarpan Chilli Seeds are available to purchase online and from garden centers. They are a good choice for those who are looking for high quality chilli seeds that will produce high yields. 

Here are some of the benefits of using Sarpan Chilli Seeds: 

  • High quality: Sarpan Chilli Seeds are known for their high quality. They are produced using strict quality control standards, and they are tested to ensure that they are free of diseases and pests. 
  • High yields: Sarpan Chilli Seeds are known for their ability to produce high yields. With proper care, you can expect to get a good harvest from Sarpan Chilli Seeds. 
  • Disease resistance: Sarpan Chilli Seeds are resistant to a number of diseases, including bacterial wilt, powdery mildew, and leaf spot. This means that you are less likely to have problems with your crop, and you can enjoy a better harvest. 
  • Easy to grow: Sarpan Chilli Seeds are easy to grow. They can be grown in a variety of climates, and they do not require a lot of care. 

In addition to these benefits, Sarpan Chilli Seeds are also a good value for money. They are priced competitively, and they offer a good return on investment. 

If you are looking for high quality, high yielding chilli seeds that are easy to grow, then Sarpan Chilli Seeds are a good choice for you. 

Here are some additional details about Sarpan Chilli Seeds: 

  • The seeds are available in a variety of sizes, so you can choose the right size for your needs. 
  • The seeds are packaged in airtight containers to keep them fresh. 
  • The seeds are backed by a germination guarantee, so you can be sure that they will germinate. 

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