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Kohlrabi is a cabbage cultivar that grows as an annual crop. It’s a great vegetable to use when it’s young before it gets tough and fibrous, and both the stem and the leaves can be utilized to make tasty dishes.

How to Grow Kohlrabi:

Seeds are used to propagate kohlrabi. Cuttings such as tip cutting and leaf-cutting can also be used to propagate it. For a continuous yield, this vegetable’s seeds should be sown in lots from the end of August to the end of November. In the nursery beds, the seedlings should be raised. Seedlings that are about 4-5 weeks old can be transplanted.

Climate Requirements:

Knol-Khol is mostly a cool-season crop that thrives in a cool, damp climate. This vegetable is unique in that it can tolerate harsh cold and frost better than other cool-season crops.

Fertilizer Requirement:

Kohlrabi crop responds very well to manuring, as it is a heavy feeder. During the growth season, side-dress plants with aged Compost to boost nutrients and assist the soil to retain moisture. During the growing season, irrigate plants with compost every third week to give them a boost.

Pest:

Alternaria leaf spot, Black rot, Clubroot, Downy mildew, Powdery mildew, Cutworms, flea beetles, and beet armyworm Cabbage looper, cabbage looper, cabbage looper, cabbage looper, cabbage Thrips, In the Kohlrabi crop, root-knot nematode, cabbage aphid, and diamondback moth are the most common pests and diseases.

Water Requirement:

For consistent growth and development of knobs, kohlrabi demands a constant supply of moisture. Irrigate the plants immediately after transplanting and for the next 4 to 5 days. Irrigation should be repeated every 7 to 8 days after that.

Item Value
Growing Temperature 4.4 – 23.9 °C
Germination Temperature 29 °C Ideal
Germination Time 7-12 days
Soil pH 5.5 to 6.8
Sunlight Need At least 6 hours per day
Preferred Planting Method Direct sowing/ Transplanting
Container size 10-15 liter per plant
Time to Harvest 45 – 60 days from germination depending on the variety
Harvest Period  45 – 60 days
Pollination insect/bee pollination
Typical Pests Cutworms, flea beetles, and beet armyworm Cabbage looper, cabbage looper
Typical Diseases Alternaria leaf spot, Black rot, Clubroot, Downy mildew, Powdery mildew
Best season to grow in India late summer

 

Additional information

Weight 0.05 kg
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