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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Brinjals are popular vegetables, known for their unique taste and beautiful purple color. They are nutritious and incredibly delicious. You can grow them easily in pots as well as ground.

Botanical Name: Solanum melongena

Other Names: Begun, Rigna, Eggplant, Badane, Waangum, Vange, Baigan, Kathiri, Venkaya, Vashuthana, and Peethabhala

Growing Season: Throughout the year

Ideal Temperature: 13-24°C

Uses: Make super tasty cutlets and bharta by mixing baigans with other vegetables.

Difficulty Level: Easy

How to Grow – Quick View

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How to Sow Seeds

  • For growing brinjals on terrace/ balcony, fill a medium-size pot with potting mix and sow one seed 1/4 inch deep in it.
  • If you have a garden, sow the seeds directly 0.5 inch deep in the ground and cover them with soil. Maintain a space of 6 inches between two seeds.

Seed Care

  • Water the seeds every day so the soil remains moist.

How to Care for Brinjal

Sunlight: Keep the brinjal plants where they can get 6-8 hours of good sunlight and grow happily.

Watering: Water brinjal plants regularly during the summer season to keep the soil moist. In rainy and winter months, water accordingly so the soil doesn’t remain dry.

Soil: Brinjals thrive well in fertile, sandy loam soil with good drainage. You can also add compost or mulch to improve soil fertility and encourage growth.

Fertilizer: Brinjals are hardy plants and don’t require special fertilizer. However, for better growth, you can fertilize them every month with cow manure.

Pests and Diseases: Spider mites and mealybugs can affect the growth of the baigan plants. So look for early signs of infections and use the right pesticide.

Harvesting: Brinjals are ready to harvest after 120-130 days of sowing the seeds. You identify fully-grown baigans with their color and size.

3 reviews for Brinjal Seeds – Baigan Seeds (200 Seeds)

  1. Jay (verified owner)


  2. Sanchit (verified owner)

    Good germination rate

  3. yash (verified owner)

    Planted today

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