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Sarso Saag Mustard Leaves - Seeds

Sarso Saag Mustard Leaves - Seeds
1 packet contains Sarso Saag Mustard Leaves - 5gm seeds.
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Mustard is an ancient plant that’s full of appeal for contemporary gardeners. The plants are easy to grow and produce seed in as few as 60 days. 

The greens are edible, the flowers attractive, and if the seeds are allowed to mature on the plant, they will self-sow and still provide plenty for mustard making.

Many people do not realize that a mustard seed plant is the same plant as a mustard greens plant (Brassica juncea).

This versatile plant can be grown as a vegetable and eaten like other greens or, if allowed to flower and go to seed, mustard seeds can be harvested and used as a spice in cooking or ground into a popular condiment. 

Planting & Care

Sowing Seeds: 

Sow mustard seeds 1/4 to 1/3 inch deep, and 3" apart. Thin seedlings to 5" - 9" apart. Separate the rows, 1 foot apart.

Sow seeds early in the spring and a second crop in the early fall. They prefer cool weather, so leave the middle of the summer for the heat loving vegetables.

Maturity: 45-50 days 

How to Grow Mustard: 

Growing mustard plants is easy. The plants grow well in most good garden soils.

Mustard plants prefer full sun and cool weather. Grow crops spring and fall. The plants will bolt in hot weather.

Planting successive small crops, separated about a week apart, results in a continuous supply of greens.

Mustard plants should be grown quickly. Use plenty of water, and ample amounts of fertilizer, to promote fast growth of tender, green leaves. Water plants during dry periods.

Keep the plants well weeded, so weeds rob the plants of water and nutrients. It makes harvesting easier, too.

Harvesting: 

Mustard greens are eaten raw, or cooked. Harvest leaves while young and tender. Pick individual leave, or the entire plant. Leaves get tough and have a strong flavor during hot, dry weather.

Mustard seeds should be harvested  when the plants begin to yellow. You want to leave them on the plants as long as possible, but before the pods burst open and spill their seeds.

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4 / 5 Swapnil Sonune 25 October 2018
Really good quality vegetable Seeds. Packaging was very good. Will recommend to everyone.
5 / 5 Narendra Kumar Sharma 10 October 2018
Seeds have sprouted - Guess rest depends on climate and how well i look after it.
5 / 5 Madhu Grover 09 September 2018
almost all seeds did sprout but growth is slow
5 / 5 Krishnakumar Sanmukhrao 30 August 2017
Is this available in other color varieties also.
4 / 5 Farid Molla 11 August 2017
Good quality seeds, sprouted in couple of weeks

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