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Okra plant
November 22, 2012
1:46 pm
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Ganapathy
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hello all, 

 

here is my 2 little beautiful okra plants. one has little 3 leaves and already has started growing okra in it. other plant is also not too big just has 4-5 leaves with 3-4 okras in it already !! 

https://picasaweb.google.com/g.....6012450898

https://picasaweb.google.com/g.....8644083858

 

I have a beefsteak tomato plant in my seedling cup, yet to transplant. I would like to know all your expert advise on growing it successfully. I would like to know what and when to give fertiliser, micro,macro nutrition stage by stage.

 

keep gardening !

  

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November 23, 2012
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mailtonataraj
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Ganapthy, looks healthy and stocky..Unlike in humans, plants are far healthier when they are short and stocky..Nice...by the way what container is it in? HDPE plastic bag?

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November 23, 2012
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mailtonataraj said:

Ganapthy, looks healthy and stocky..Unlike in humans, plants are far healthier when they are short and stocky..Nice...by the way what container is it in? HDPE plastic bag?

Thanks, its a regular Nursery bag/plant bag. Generally it will be black colour but this one is orange colour.

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November 25, 2012
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Hai ganapathy your egg plants is very good  &also be good yield giving plants.What is the total yield/plant&what is the medium you preferred for your egg/palaks/okras?Thanks.

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December 2, 2012
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@raghu,

the medium for eggplant:  I have used 25% compost red soil (from kitchen waste) mixed with cocopeat, sheep manure, vermicompost,  bio-fertilizers, epson salt. Plus sacred homa ash and energised water. I gave the plants panchaghavya 3 times a month. Yes indeed they are very healthy, I have harvested 2 times fully and 2 times with 2 brinjals. now within a month ready for third full harvest with morethan 9 brinjals as far as I can see. This time I have used cowdung, cotton seed meal and bio macro nutrients. Looks like they loved it and its raining brinjals 🙂

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December 2, 2012
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Hai,Ganapathy 9 brinjals/plant hope a good yield.I thought the climate is also favorable for you.Happy gardening. 

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February 26, 2013
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can u plz tell me what energised water is?

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