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Tinda/ Indian squash Seeds

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The one of a kind Tinda squash melon gourd is indigenous to India. The round, light green organic product weigh just 3 to 4 ounces at reap. The furry 4′ long vines bloom inside 30 to 35 days, and the smooth organic product is prepared to pick 2 to 3 weeks after the fact

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The one of a kind Tinda squash melon gourd is indigenous to India. The round, light green organic product weigh just 3 to 4 ounces at reap. The furry 4′ long vines bloom inside 30 to 35 days, and the smooth organic product is prepared to pick 2 to 3 weeks after the fact

Pure seeds             :  Min. 98%

Other Crop seed   :  Max. 10 per kg

Inert Matter         :  Max. 2%

Physical Purity     :   Min 98%

Moisture                :   Max. 7%

How to plant

  • The tinda seeds ought to be planted in one foot (30 cm) edges, separated 4-6 feet (1.25-2 m) separated. Or then again plant seeds in lines around twelve inches (30 cm) separated.
  • Tinda seeds are little dull dark colored shading. Splash the seeds overnight.Sow 2-3 seeds at a profundity of around an inch (2-3 cm), keep moist. The seeds will sprout in 2 a month relying upon the temperature.
  • Thin the seedlings 1-2 for each slope when they have 3-4 takes off.
  • I don’t have such a great amount of room in my kitchen cultivate, so I plant tinda in pots. You can drench the seeds medium-term before planting to accelerate germination. I likewise put a tall trellis in the pot to prepare the vines to climb vertically up. This vertical developing techniques spares part of room.
  • Keep the vines not excessively thick to give tinda gourds presentation to daylight and air for best outcomes.

Pests

  • Red Pumpkin Beetle (Aulocophora faveicollis)
  • Epilachna beetle (Epilachna varivestis)
  • Fruit fly (Bactrocera cucurbitae)
  • White fly (Bemisia tabaci)
  • Powdery Mildew (Erysiphe cichoracearum and Sphaerotheca fuliginea)
  • Downy Mildew (Pseudoperonospora cubensis)

References

  • https://discuss.farmnest.com
  • https://www.mykitchengarden.info

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