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How to plant Brinjal from seeds - Vegetable gardening at home

  • Brinjal grows best in a well-drained sandy loam or loam soil, fairly high in organic matter

  • Sow brinjal seeds in cell packs or small pots, 1/4 inch deep.

  • Water them well, cover loosely with a plastic bag to retain moisture, and place them in a warm spot

  • Do not plant brinjal transplants into the garden until after the last threat of frost.

  • For bigger fruits, restrict to five or six per plant.

  • Pinch out the terminal growing points for a bushier plant

  • If growing in containers, stake the stems before the fruit forms.


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