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Description for Beetroot F1 Hybrid Dark Red
Easy to grow, it is one of the top 10 vegetables grown in the home garden.
Beetroot is easy to grow and ideal for anyone new to vegetable gardening and beetroot is for more than pickling.
For best results, sow beetroot little and often, harvesting the roots when they are young, tender and the size of a golf ball. The leaves can also be eaten. Beetroot contains an antioxidant which is red color pigment.
Planting and care
Sowing time of beetroot is June to August in plains and February to May in hill region. Sow the seeds directly in ridges or the pot at a spacing of 10 cm apart. The seeds are sow 2 to 3 cm deep. You can irrigate the field or the pot profuse immediately after sowing and afterwards the soil becomes dry.
Caring for Beetroot F1 Hybrid Dark Red
- Thinning is necessary after 20 days of sowing. Young seedling required proper spacing; you should do thinning the excess seedling.
- Watering should be done early in the morning when the soil feels to dry.
- Youmay do mulch with organic material.
- Mulch and water well. Beets need to maintain plenty of moisture.
120 days after sowing
Typical uses of Beetroot F1 Hybrid Dark Red
Special features: Beets are a cool season vegetable crop. This root veggie grows quickly and has many different varieties which showcase deep red, yellow bulbs of different shapes.
Culinary use: Beetroot is a popular vegetable, eaten boiled, pickled, or grated raw for salads. Beetroot juice is marketed as a healthy drink, alone or mixed with other juices.
Ornamental use: NA
Medicinal use: Beetroot is useful for Inflammation, Exercise and athletic performance, Heart health and blood pressure, Dementia, and Diabetes.
Note: Use only after consulting the specialist.
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