Knol Khol Purple F1 Hybrid Seeds
Knol Khol Purple F1 Hybrid Seeds
seed sowing instructions in hindi
seed sowing instructions in hindi

Knol Khol Purple Seeds (Ganth Gobhi/गांठ गोभी के बीज)

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Knol khol (kohlrabi) belongs to the same family as cabbage and cauliflower. It produces purple/pink small-sized about 2.5-8 cm knol khol that is fully edible and can be eaten raw or cooked. The taste and texture of knol khol are similar to broccoli and cabbage but it is milder and sweeter. You can easily grow your own kohlrabi plant with our simple guide tips.

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  • Number of Purple Knol Khol Seeds: 200 Seeds
  • Sowing season: September to December (Winter season) or Early Spring
  • Mode of sowing: Sow the seeds 0.5 cm deep in a Container, or Pots.
  • Germination Time: 7 to 14 days from sowing
  • Germination temperature: 15-30°C
  • Harvesting: 45 to 60 days from planting

What size grow bag is best for Knol khol or kohlrabi?

Purple Knol Khol Growing Season In India

Knoll khol is a cool-season vegetable and it cannot withstand a hot climate. The best time to sow the knol khol seeds are winter (September to December), and spring (February to March).

How To Grow Purple Knol Khol In Pots

You can sow the knol khol purple seeds direct in pots or grow bags (Also, you can start in a seedling tray with potting mix or coco peat and transplant them into larger pots after the seeds germinate as the plant needs more space to grow). You can plant the knol khol in cool weather either indoor or outdoor and the best soil temperature is 15 to 30°C for the seeds to germinate as quickly as possible. Knol khol needs a high temperature during its early stage otherwise the plant will start bolting.

Knol Khol Purple Seeds Sowing Method

Start to sow purple knol khol seeds about 0.5 cm deep in the soil and about 8 cm apart from each seed. Add water to the soil of the seeded pot and maintain moisture. Knol khol seeds will take 1-2 weeks to germinate, so wait for the seeds to germinate.

Best fertilizer For Knol Khol

Add a high nitrogen fertilizer or any organic fertilizers like vermicompost, cow manure, peat moss, etc. every few weeks to the knol khol plants.

Purple Knol Khol Plant Care Tips

Soil – knol khol prefers sandy loam to clay loam soil with PH levels of 5.5 to 7.0.
Temperature– knol khol grows best in cool temperatures ranging from 15 to 25°C.
Sunlight – You can give full or partial sunlight. Knol khol needs at least 6-8 hours of full light in a day for better growth.
Water – Knol Khol needs medium water and moist soil; water should be done when the soil feels dry and avoid overwatering.
Common pests and diseases – Cutworms, cabbage loopers, and imported cabbage worms these pests feed on the outside of the leaves. And some diseases that infect the knol khol plant are Clubroot, downy mildew powdery mildew. To be free from these pests, take care of your knol khol plants and use organic pesticides Neem oil.

Harvesting Of Purple Knol Khol

  • Within 45 to 60 days, knol khol will be ready to harvest.
  • Cut the knol khol when the tubes are about 5-8 cm inches in diameter.
  • Harvest the knol khol with a sharp scissor or knife.

Purple Knol Khol Special Features

  • Common name – Kohlrabi, Turnip-rooted cabbage, Stem turnip, Turnip cabbage, German turnip, and Ganth Gobi (In Hindi)
  • Scientific name – Brassica oleracea
  • Height – 18-28 cm
  • Level of growing – Easy

FAQ

In which season Knol Khol is grown?

Knol khol is a cool-weather crop and cannot survive in a hot climate; winter and spring is the best season to grow knol khol plant.

How long does it take for kohlrabi to mature?

Most varieties of knol khol take 45 to 60 days from seeds sowing.

Does kohlrabi need full sun?

Knol khol needs 6-8 hours of sunlight but it can also tolerate partial shade.

Why is my kohlrabi not forming bulbs?

Knol khol does not form bulbs when plants are planted too close to each other or in the case of poor growing conditions and nutrient deficiencies.

Is Knol Khol leaves edible?

Yes, knol khol leaves are fully edible.


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Good results come ganth gobhi end good income I am setifide