Mustard Indian Sarso Leaf Seeds (Sarson/सरसों के बीज)
About this item
- Number of Mustard Indian Sarso Seeds: 750 Seeds
- Where to grow: Balcony or terrace garden
- Sowing season: Winter Season
- Sowing method: Direct
- Seeds sowing depth: 0.5 inches
- Germination Temperature: 10-18°C
- Germination Time: 5 to 10 days
- Harvesting: 30 to 40 days from sowing
What size grow bag is best for Mustard Green?
Mustard Sarso Leaf Growing Season In IndiaMustard is primarily a winter crop in India. In North, Central, Western, and Eastern India, it’s planted from October to December and harvested from February to April.
How To Grow Mustard Leaf From SeedsMustard seeds should be sown directly in a pot or grow bag or garden when the soil temperature is between 10-18°C.
Mustard Indian Sarso Leaf Seeds Sowing MethodsTake a pot or grow bag, and fill it with potting mix and organic manure then sprinkle the mustard leaf seeds above the soil; cover the seed with a thin layer of soil. Give light water to your mustard green pots every day by using a watering can. Keep the seedling in a sunny area, mustard seeds will be germinated within 5-10 days. Keep the seedling moist and avoid overwatering.
Best Fertilize For Indian Mustard PlantsIf you add organic fertilizer such as cow manure, vermicompost, or neem cake to the soil at the time of planting and use well-draining nutrient-rich soil, then the mustard plant does not need any feed.
Mustard Green (Sarso) Plant Care TipsSoil – Mustard greens should plant in well-drained, moist, and nutrients rich soil to get better results.
Water – Give 1-2 inches of water per week and make sure that the soil stays moist at all times.
Sunlight – Mustard greens need 6-8 hours of full sunlight but they can also grow well in 4-6 hours of partial shade.
Temperature – The optimum mustard green growing temperature is 10-22°C, if the temperature is 23°C or higher, then mustard will bolt and the taste becomes hot and bitter.
Common pests and diseases – Flea beetles, mustard aphids, slugs, and whiteflies damage the mustard green leaves. Powdery mildew and bacterial leaf spot are the main diseases that infected the mustard greens plant. To get rid of this problem, it would be right to spray neem oil on the mustard greens plant from time to time.
Indian Mustard (Sarso) Harvesting Time
- Within 30-40 days, you can harvest mustard leaves when they are young and tender.
- Complete the harvesting before summer days as hot weather will cause the leaves to become tough and strong flavor.
Mustard Green Special Features
- Common name – Indian mustard, and Sarson ka saag (in Hindi)
- Scientific name – Brassica juncea
- Plant height – Above 2 feet
- Level of growing – Easy
Why are my mustard green seeds not germinating?
Mustard green seeds will not germinate because of improper growing conditions like not getting enough sunlight, overwatering, or underwatering.
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Item Weight : 2.40g
Net Quantity: 750N
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Assembly Required: No
SKU : Mustard-Indian-Sarso
Country of Origin: India
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