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  Plants/Trees Date Sown No of saplings Comments Sown in gardenTomato10/6/20124YesChilli10/6/20122YesBrinjal10/6/20123YesRadish10/6/20128YesBeans7/8/20122YesCapsicum10/6/20122YesCabbage10/6/20123YesCauliflower 10/6/20123Yeswater melon7/8/20122Yes AmaranthusYesPalakYesCorianderYesPudhina/Mint5/8/20121YesCorianderYesVallarai7/8/20122YesTotal value of harvest  First harvested dateHarvested quantityTentative price OtherHarvest From Non Perennial12 weeks4/8/201223 nosINR 20.00Non Perennial8 weeksPerennial12 weeks16/07/20127INR 30.00Non Perennial6 weeksNon Perennial6 weeks4/8/20125 nosINR 50.00Non Perennial8 weeksNon Perennial10 weeksNon Perennial10 weeksNon Perennial14 weeks16/07/20121 bunchINR 12.004 weeks23/07/2012Twice - Two bunchesINR 25.008 weeks10/7/20121 bunchINR 20.008 weeks  .  Harvest UptoBest Sowing SeasonGood Companion (Goes well with)Bad CompanionSpacing 16 weeksJune-July, Oct-Nov & Jan-FebCarrots, Onions, Garlic, Palak, Lettuce, CabbagePotato, Corn12 weeksMay-June, Oct-Nov & Jan-feb60-75 cm24 weeksCan be grown in all seasons, best during June-July, Oct-Nov & Jan-FebBeans, Palak, Capsicum, Ladies finger, 8 weeksJune-July, Oct-Nov & Jan-FebCarrots, Lettuce, Beans, Cucumber 14 weeksJuly-August & Jan-FebCarrots, Cucumber, Brinjal, Lettuce, Radish, CabbageOnion30 cm12 weeksJuly-August & Oct-NovBrinjal, Okra60 cm16 weeksJune-July & Oct-NovPotato, Onions, Beetroot, Tomato, Beans45 cm16 weeksAug-Sep & Oct-NovOnion, Potato60 cm18 weeksOct-Nov16 weeksany time of the yearBroadcast20 weeksany time of the year6 inches16 weeksany time of the yearBroadcast  SowingBenefitsInfo Contains Vitamin A, B and CContains Vitamin A and CContains Vitamin A and B, Good for BP PatientsContains Vitamin A and CContains Iron & CalciumCan harvest upto 3-4 timesContains Vitamin A and CContains Vitamin A and CGood during Cold seasonGood during Cold season
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