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Cauliflower is a cool-season, sun-loving crop. Cauliflower is an annual plant in the Brassica family with edible white flesh that is exceptionally nutritious and regarded as a “superfood.”

How to Grow Cauliflower:

Cauliflower is a shallow-rooted plant that requires small containers. Any container with a depth of at least one foot will suffice. Cauliflowers can therefore be grown in an earthen pot, bucket, or box.

Climate Requirements:

Cauliflower thrives in a damp, chilly environment. Cauliflower, like cabbage, can withstand low temperatures and hot weather conditions. Cauliflower cultivation is not appropriate in extremely dry or low-humidity circumstances. The ideal temperature for successful seed germination is 10°C to 25°C.

Fertilizer Requirement:

Fertilize your plants with Abono Cow Dung Manure at regular intervals, as plants thrive in soil that is rich in organic matter.

Pest:

Some disease-carrying bugs may skeletonize leaves before burrowing into the heads, while others will target the roots. Aphids, Cabbage Loopers, Cabbage Moths, Cabbage Root Maggots, Cabbage White Caterpillars, Cabbage Whiteflies.

Water Requirement:

Cauliflower, especially during blossoming, requires wet soil. As a result, never allow your pot to dry out. Regularly check the moisture level in the soil and water as needed. Take care not to splash water on the cauliflower head while watering. From the sides, water the plant.

Sunlight:

These plants demand full sunlight to thrive, therefore find a bright location while keeping the plants in the shade.

 

Item Value
Growing Temperature 15 – 25 °C
Germination Temperature  20 – 30 °C
Germination Time  3 – 8 days
Soil pH  6 – 7 (slightly acidic to neutral)
Sunlight Need  Full sunlight
Preferred Planting Method  Transplanting is preferred over direct sowing
Container size  20 liter
Time to Harvest  50 – 70 days
Harvest Period  Needs to be harvested quickly as the buds start to mature very fast.
Pollination  Not Applicable
Typical Pests  Aphids, Cutworms, Cabbage Loopers
Best season to plant in India Beginning of winter or anytime in winter provide sufficient growing time (at least 60 days)

 

 

Additional information

Weight 0.05 kg
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