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anupam1031
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December 5, 2012 - 1:01 pm
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hi....everyone....I have planted few cabbage seeds in pots...It has been 1 month since they have germinated.But the leaves of them are still small and I dont see any prolific growth in them...they have not wilted till now also...Is there any problem with the plant or will it take more time for them to grow big....the leaves are still small...can anyone sugget good fertilisers for the same...organic would be better....I have sprayed panchagavya once

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December 6, 2012 - 4:32 pm

If your leaves are small, it may be due to less amount of nutrients in soil. Check if water remains in the soil or it flows away. You can use  coco peat manure and coco peat bricks for your soil. It helps to increase soil productivity and boost plant growth. Laugh

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anupam1031
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will simply coco peat suffice...I have bought some vermicompost also(dont know the quality of it..plz suggest some ideas for checking the quality of it).i shall add that too with cocpeat and plant again....i have sprayed panchagavya also

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ramco
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coco peat as such does not contain any nutrients meant for the plant growth. You need to add the compost which you mentioned you already purchased. I have no idea how to check the quality of the same. But I found the Bio-farm compost which is available on most of the garden stores is fine. Have you kept the seed trays on place where there is sufficient sun light?

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