- Product Name: Red Amaranth Seeds for Gardening at Home ଲାଲ ଖଡ଼ା ଶାଗ ମଞ୍ଜି.
- Type: Organic Farm Seeds.
- SKU Number -: SEEDS1022.
- Ideal for -: Gardening at Home.
- Expected Planting Period: Summer Season
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About the Product:
Does your family love leafy vegetables like spinach and amaranth? If yes, then it's time to try a new vegetable in your kitchen garden. There is a vegetable that is fast growing, easy to grow, and comes in various colors. It is called red amaranth (Laal Saag) for its beautiful color. Red amaranth is a variety of spinach that is highly nutritious and an easy-to-grow vegetable. It has healing properties too, as it is rich in various minerals such as iron, calcium, and vitamin A that help strengthens your immune system and prevent diseases like cancer.
Red amaranth grows well in mild winters and can grow with just a little water during summer. Its seeds sprout in no time and within 2-3 weeks it can be ready for harvest.
We understand that while purchasing seeds for your garden; you want to get the best quality for the best price. At Ritikart, we provide a wide selection of inexpensive organic red amaranth seeds to our customers. Before sending, we carefully inspect each bunch of seeds to make sure they are free of toxins or other imperfections. Make red amaranth one of the staples of your daily diet by buying and starting a home garden with its seeds.
∙ The sowing can be done throughout the year. But the best time is February To June (Summer Season) and July To September (Rainy Season).
∙ Amaranth seeds are a fast-growing, drought-resistant, and highly nutritious crop. They grow well indoors and outdoors in most parts of the world and can be sown directly in the garden or prepared seedbed. The seeds grow best when they are sown 6mm deep in the soil at 50cm spacing and kept moist but not wet or dry.
∙ Once plants have grown through the first few leaves they are ready for harvest. This can take 10-14 days depending on weather conditions.
∙ It is important to remove any weeds from the area where you are planning on sowing so that the area will not be disturbed after the germination of weed seeds.
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