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Zucchini Seeds (Squash) Zucchini Seeds (Squash)

Zucchini Seeds (Squash)

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Zucchini is the culinary darling of the moment. This colourful, nutrient dense member of the squash family takes well to grilling, baking zucchini bread, stir fries, pastas, or can be turned into guilt free noodles – zoodles. A favourite of people switching to healthier food, it can also be made interesting for kids due to its colourful appearance.

Lights, Water, Action

Got the seeds, now, let'em shoot!

  • Bright Indirect Sunlight

    Light

    Full Sunlight

  • Water Once A Week

    Watering

    Water everyday

  • Indoor

    Where to grow

    Balcony or terrace

  • Average Warmth

    Time Till Harvest

    7-8 weeks

  • Low Maintenance

    Seasonal Information

    Summer

Did You Know

Growth stages

One step at a time, with a lil water and light.

Sow the seeds in a big pot and water it daily

Sow the seeds 0.5 cm deep in well composted soil

Make sure the plant gets partial sunlight

Space the seedlings at 60cm by 90cm

Create a support system for the leaves and stems

Germination will take place in 6-8 days

Create a support system for the leaves and stems

Harvest 45-50 days from sowing

Sow, Grow, Reap

Good things take time and care

Take a seedling tray with medium sized cells & drainage holes at the

Sowing

  • Zucchini can be grown both by transplanting and growing it directly in the container or raised beds.
  • Sow Zucchini seeds in a container with drainage holes filled with 2 part garden soil & 1 part any organic manure or 1 part garden soil, 1 part coco peat & 1 part Vermicompost.
  • In containers, sow 2 zucchini seeds at the centre and on a raised bed, sow two seeds at a spacing of 3 x 3 ft.
  • Push the seeds in to the growing medium lightly (twice the seed length) and cover with a light sprinkling of soil.
  • Water immediately with a light shower from a watering can, don’t displace the seeds
  • Zucchini requires full sunlight to grow, so place your growing containers or raised beds in area with full sunlight
Fill the cells/cups with a moist coco-peat medium

Caring

  • The zucchini seeds will germinate within the first 6 - 8 days after sowing and you will notice tiny sprouts growing.
  • After the second week, keep only single seedling at one spot and cut off the weak, small & lagging seedlings with a pair of scissors.
  • Water the zucchini plant every day in summers with a watering can to ensure even watering or use a drip irrigation system.
  • Add good quality organic manure of your choice in the soil with 2:1 ratio at the time sowing It can be either well rotten cow dung manure, farmyard manure, compost or vermicompost.
  • At 45 days from sowing, feed one tablespoon of 15:15:15 (NPK) fertilizer per plant or mix handful of vermicompost in the soil around each plant.
  • Keep a watch for early signs of any insect/fungal or any other infections and use appropriate medicines in such cases.
  • To increase the overall production of zucchini, take pollens from the male flower on painting brush or cotton bud & dust them on ‘stigma’ of female flowers.
  • Your zucchini plants will flower at 25 to 30 days from sowing and the vegetable will be ready for harvest 55-60 days from sowing.
Hold the seeds and sow 2-3 seeds per cell/cup. Since Lavender seeds are small in size, do not sow them deep

Common Problems

Why are my Zucchini seeds not germinating?
Growing conditions like moisture, improper soil temperature, over watering or under watering can all be a reason why your seeds are not germinating.
Why are flowers on my zucchini plant not producing cucumbers?
The Zucchini plant has both male and female flowers. The male flowers bloom much before the female flowers. So it is possible that these flowers are not producing any fruit yet because they are male flowers. However, if despite of having abundant male and female flowers if your plant is not producing any cucumbers, it can be due to lack of pollination. To avoid this you can try hand pollination. Take pollens from the male flower on painting brush or cotton bud & dust them on ‘stigma’ of female flowers.
Why are my Zucchini seedlings wilting?
Overwatering is the main cause for wilting. Too much water can drown your seedlings and deprive their roots of air, which leads to wilting and your seedlings might eventually die.

Spill the tea

All the plant gossip, through the grapevine. Pun intended

Plants growing in containers need more fertilizing than those in the ground. The more you water, the more quickly you flush the nutrients out of the soil.

Plants with benefits

Zucchini, also known as Courgette, is a nutrient dense vegetable with high water content. and contains both soluble and insoluble fibres for a healthy digestive system. It is rich in antioxidants andpromotes overall health. Potassium, and carotenoids in the zucchini help reduce blood sugar levels and the Vitamin C and beta-carotene are good for eye health. It is an extremely healthy alternative to traditional pasta due to its low calorie and carbohydrate quality.

Plants growing in containers need more fertilizing than those in the ground. The more you water, the more quickly you flush the nutrients out of the soil.

What you get

Zucchini is rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants but is very low in calories making it an ideal vegetable to consume if you are trying to lose weight. One cup of cooked zucchini has only 17 calories! It is an excellent source of Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin K, Folate, Manganese, Vitamin B6, and Potassium. Apart from all the essential nutrients, it is also rich in antioxidants.

Plants growing in containers need more fertilizing than those in the ground. The more you water, the more quickly you flush the nutrients out of the soil.
Plants growing in containers need more fertilizing than those in the ground. The more you water, the more quickly you flush the nutrients out of the soil.

Green trivia

1.The Italians first brought Zucchini to the United States back in 1920s.

2.The world’s largest zucchini ever recorded was 69.5 inches long and weighed 65 lbs (29.48 kgs).

3.Zucchini contains more potassium than a banana.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is ash gourd and white pumpkin the same?

Yes, the Ash Gourd is commonly known as White Pumpkin

Is Ash Gourd good for health

Yes the Ash Gourd is low in calories and high in vitamins and minerals. The Ash Gourd is rich in Vitamin B1, B3 and Vitamin C. It is also rich in fibre, potassium, and calcium

Does Ash Gourd reduce weight?

The Ash gourd is made up of 96% water. Which means that this vegetable is very low in calories but is high in fibre. Consuming the ash gourd will fill your stomach up without adding too many calories to your diet

What is Ash Gourd also known as?

Ash Gourd is commonly known as White Pumpkin, Winter melon and regionally in India it is also known as Petha kaddu, Kohla, Safed Bhopla, Kuvale, Poosanikai, Boodida gumadikaya, Bood kumbalakai.

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