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RidgeGourd – Native Seeds

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Ridge Gourd grows for a longer time than most gourds and is a creaper. Sometimes the seeds can be slow to germinate. It can be grown in large containers. Luffa is a hot weather plant and growth slows in cool weather. Mix FYM and Neem Powder with soil (80:20 ratio for FYM and Neem powder) before planting for good yield Harvest Season: Throughout the year Nati seeds are more resistant to pests compared to GMO/Hybrid seed varieties.
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Snake Gourd – Native Seeds

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Snake Gourd can be easily grown in a container (choose a bigger one) with proper drainage Seeds to be sowed 2 cms deep Water should be done before soil feels dry Mix FYM and Neem Powder with soil (80:20 ratio for FYM and Neem powder) before planting for good yield Harvest Season: Summer, Rainy Season, Winter Nati seeds are more resistant to pests compared to GMO/Hybrid seed varieties.
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Sorrel Leaves – Native Seeds

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It is a garden herb and grows 2 feet high. Its leaves are of tangy sour flavor. It can be easily grown in the container. Mix FYM and Neem Powder with soil (80:20 ratio for FYM and Neem powder) before planting for good yield Sowing Period: Throughout the year Nati seeds are more resistant to pests compared to GMO/Hybrid seed varieties.
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Spinach – Native Seeds

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Enjoy your Kitchen Gardening with chemical-free spinach desi Vegetable Seeds. Mix FYM and Neem Powder with soil (80:20 ratio for FYM and Neem powder) before planting for good yield Sowing Period: Throughout the year Nati seeds are more resistant to pests compared to GMO/Hybrid seed varieties.
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Tomato – Native Seeds

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Tomato can be easily grown in the pot, the most popular garden vegetable crop. These plants should be watered well. Grow seedlings in seed trays and transfer them to the main pot or soil Mix FYM and Neem Powder with soil (80:20 ratio for FYM and Neem powder) before planting for good yield Harvest Season: Throughout the year Nati seeds are more resistant to pests compared to GMO/Hybrid seed varieties.
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