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Noolkol Seeds

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    No. of Seeds: Approx. 18900 to 21000 Seeds

    The seeds have a successful germination rate of over 70%, the seeds in the packet can be used for several sowings. Follow the sowing instructions on the back of the packet.

    Sowing: All season

    The seeds can be grown in all seasons through the year, other than in frost. Start germinating your seeds indoors in warm well-lit rooms.

    Germination: 12-15 days

    Germinate your seeds indoors in seedling cups in a mix of cocopeat and compost and place it in a well-ventilated area. Follow the sowing instructions at the back of the packet.

    Harvest in 50-70 Days

    The approximate number of days it takes from sowing of seeds and successful germination to the time you can harvest it. PS: All other growing conditions need to be met.

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    About the Seeds

    Noolkol is known by many names in India like Kohlrabi or Gonth Gobi. It is characterised by the formation of knob (tuber) which arises from a thickening of the stem entirely above the ground. This knob is harvested for consumption as raw or cooked as vegetable. Tender leaves are also edible. The plant needs 6 to 8 hours of daily sunlight.

    What’s in the Box

    What’s in the Box

    • Noolkol Seeds
    • Sowing instructions printed on backside of Seed Packet
    • Recyclable Pouch


    When can I harvest Noolkol knobs?

    A good size of Noolkol knob is that of a cricket ball, as at that stage it is tender & succulent. Don't allow knobs to grow too large before lifting, as they soon become coarse, fibrous & thus inedible.

    What type of planting mixture does the Noolkol need?

    Noolkol can be grown on all types of soils. Soil rich in manures and fertilizers produces excellent knobs. It does not grow well in highly acidic soil.

    How often do you need to water the Noolkol plant?

    Noolkol requires continuous supply of moisture for uniform growth and development of the knob. Make sure the soil remains moist all the time. Daily watering is recommended for potted plants.

    What is Noolkol also popularly known as in India?

    Regionally in India, Noolkol is also known as Kohlrabi, ol kopi, monj-hakh, nol khol, navalkol.

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