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Sarpan Chilli Bajji Kai Seeds - 10 GM

Description

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.   
  • Sarpan Chilli Bajji Kai  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 Sarpan Chilli Bajji Kai Chilli can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.   
  • Sarpan Chilli Bajji Kai Chilli stored in refrigerator   
  • Wash chillies gently before storing them.   
  • Place Sarpan Chilli Bajji Kai 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. 

 

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Description

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.   
  • Sarpan Chilli Bajji Kai  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 Sarpan Chilli Bajji Kai Chilli can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.   
  • Sarpan Chilli Bajji Kai Chilli stored in refrigerator   
  • Wash chillies gently before storing them.   
  • Place Sarpan Chilli Bajji Kai 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. 

 

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