Vegetable Calendar

Advice on Veggies, Herbs and Fruits

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Re: Vegetable Calendar

Post by justdoit641 » September 12th, 2013, 1:13 pm

A very helpful chart thankx

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Re: Vegetable Calendar

Post by hadimurad » October 1st, 2013, 8:13 pm

I need your guidance as I always follow the calender but for last 2-3 years my yield of Cauliflower is very poor...its mostly grow v slow and then remain in small size although i used both natural fertilizer and Artificial. Rest the vegetables are ok but cauliflower and broccoli is very depressing. Righ now I planted the seeds 8-10 days back and paneeri in bloom. pl tell me what should I do....Regrds

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Re: Vegetable Calendar

Post by Munir » October 1st, 2013, 11:21 pm

hadimurad wrote:I need your guidance as I always follow the calender but for last 2-3 years my yield of Cauliflower is very poor...its mostly grow v slow and then remain in small size although i used both natural fertilizer and Artificial. Rest the vegetables are ok but cauliflower and broccoli is very depressing. Righ now I planted the seeds 8-10 days back and paneeri in bloom. pl tell me what should I do....Regrds
Unsatisfactory growth of Cauliflower could be due to wrong type of seed; I think there are different seeds for early,mid/normal & late varieties. In Broccoli,there should be no problem,as it is one of the easier growing veggie; one possible reason could be old seeds.I have very poor quality of soil,yet Broccoli particularly has always done well,though I don't use any chemical fertilizer. Tahir Khan,who I find good in Veggies (also) may be able to say something more definite.

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Re: Vegetable Calendar

Post by Tahir Khan » October 2nd, 2013, 7:25 am

hadimurad wrote:I need your guidance as I always follow the calender but for last 2-3 years my yield of Cauliflower is very poor...its mostly grow v slow and then remain in small size although i used both natural fertilizer and Artificial. Rest the vegetables are ok but cauliflower and broccoli is very depressing. Righ now I planted the seeds 8-10 days back and paneeri in bloom. pl tell me what should I do....Regrds
Remember, if you need to grow good quality vegetables and fruits..they should be provided with adequate sunlight, water and balanced amount of fertilizers.
What amount of sunlight your cauliflower plants are getting a day (How many hours) ??

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Re: Vegetable Calendar

Post by raja » November 18th, 2013, 2:38 pm

Thanks for sharing this.

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Re: Vegetable Calendar

Post by rizwansheikh123 » December 1st, 2013, 2:46 pm

sir, i would like to know what vegetables should i pick for container garden on a terrace?

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Re: Vegetable Calendar

Post by FSKamal » December 4th, 2013, 1:12 pm

Looking at this calendar February seem a good time to sow Bhindi, I would be out of the country in February, If I grow bhindi in December, would they grow fine in Karachi weather.

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Re: Vegetable Calendar

Post by Izhar » December 4th, 2013, 2:38 pm

We are currently enjoying Bhindi which are grown by neighbors... so yes, you can grow them now

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Re: Vegetable Calendar

Post by irfanhashim18 » January 13th, 2014, 10:57 pm

I'm new here I'm gonnna start raised bed garden…. and wanna ask, the calendar shows that garlic and turmeric planted in MARCH when they harvested ?? is ginger and turmeric planted two time in year summer and winter??

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Re: Vegetable Calendar

Post by Behrooz » February 1st, 2014, 10:55 pm

When is the time to grow 'Kakri' (Armenian Cucumber)? and how long does it take to bear fruit?

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