Brinjal Pink Round F1 Hybrid Seeds
BrinjalBrinjal Pink Round F1 Hybrid Seeds
Brinjal Pink Round F1 Hybrid Seeds
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Brinjal Pink Round F1 Hybrid Seeds (Pink Baingan/Eggplant/गुलाबी बैंगन के बीज)

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Brinjal is commonly known as Eggplant and Aubergine. Brinjal is the most productive vegetable in different varieties with a delicious taste. Brinjal is not only good in taste but also has many health benefits and contains minerals and vitamins. Buy the best Quality Brinjal Pink Round F1 Hybrid Seeds Online at the best price in India from with a High Germination rate.

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  • Number of Pink Round Brinjal Seeds: 30 Seeds
  • Where to grow: Balcony or terrace garden
  • Growing season: Throughout the year
  • Seeds sowing depth: 0.5 cm 
  • Seeds Sowing method: Seedling transplant
  • Germination Time: 6 to 10 days from sowing
  • Germination temperature: 15 to 30°C
  • Fruits Color: Pink
  • Fruits shape: Round
  • Fruit weight: 150-200 gm
  • Harvesting: 60 to 80 days from transplanting
  • Plant vigor: Strong plant with short internodes

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Pink Brinjal Plant Growing Season In India

Brinjal can be grown year-round in India. Brinjal (eggplant) generally thrives in temperatures between 18°C to 30°C. This temperature range is ideal for its growth and fruit development. The main growing seasons are summer (February – April), monsoon (June to July), and post-monsoon/autumn (September to October), with variations depending on local conditions.

How To Grow Round Pink Brinjal Plant

Pink-Brinjal is heat heat-loving vegetable and is generally transplanted rather than directly sown in any pots/grow bags. Choose a seedling tray or small pot (up to 8 cm deep) and a final pot or grow bag (30-45 cm deep and wide) with well-draining holes. Eggplant seeds can germinate best in temperatures 15-30 degrees Celsius.

Pink Brinjal Seeds Sowing Method

Take a seedling tray or small pot, fill it with coco peat medium, and sow only 2 brinjal seeds per cell in a depth of about 0.5cm in the growing medium. Avoid sowing seeds very deep because pink brinjal seeds are small in size. Keep the brinjal seedling in a sunny location till the seeds germinate and water the seeds by using a spray pump. Give proper water and sunlight for better growth of Pink brinjal plants. brinjal seeds will be germinated within 6 to 10 days.

Transplant Pink Brinjal Seedlings Into Big Pots

After 4 weeks of seed sowing, when the plant reaches 12-15 cm in height, the brinjal plant will be ready to transplant. Take a big pot/grow bag, fill the soil in pots with any organic fertilizer (like vermicompostcow manure, or neem cake, etc) then transplant pink eggplant safely along with root balls of a medium. After transplanting give water to the plant.

How To Fertilizer Pink Brinjal Plants

brinjal is a heavy feeder plant and needs proper fertilizer doses when you plant brinjal give them good fertilizer and add lime to the soil because it needs a lot of calcium. Apply organic fertilizer (like Vermicompostcow manure, or neem cake) per month when long eggplant is actively growing.

Pink Brinjal Plant Care Tips

Sunlight – The Pink Round brinjal plant needs 6-8 hours of full sunlight. Do not keep brinjal plants in a shady portion and give them sufficient sunlight.
Water – Give regular water to your brinjal plants and keep the soil moist but not soggy.
Soil – Use sandy soil, well-drained with ph 6.0 to 6.8 or slightly acidic to neutral.
Temperature – The best growing temperature for the brinjal plant ranges from 20 to 35°C.
Common pests – Aphids and whiteflies are some common pests and diseases like fruit rot, leaf spot, and root rot that infected the Pink brinjal plants. If you are facing this problem use the organic pesticide Neem oil on plants.
Weed – Any weed which might grow in the pink brinjal plant must remove, from time to time.

Pink Brinjal Harvesting Time

  • Within 60-80 days from transplanting; you can harvest pink brinjal.
  • Cut the brinjal when the skin is looking glossy and firm.
  • Harvest should be safe because pink brinjal is a delicate plant.
  • If you left the pink brinjal on the plant for a long time then the fruit will be a bitter taste and develop wrinkles.
  • You can cut the brinjal pink with pruning scissors.

Pink Brinjal Special Features

  • Common name – Aubergine, Eggplant, Baigan (in Hindi)
  • Scientific name – Solanum melongena
  • Plant Height – 60-120 cm
  • Grow Level – Easy

Note: Images are for reference purposes only. Actual products may vary in shape or appearance based on climate, age, height, etc.

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