Pumpkin Kaddu Bheema Hybrid F1 Seed
Pumpkin is a low maintenance vegetable which can be grown at any time of the year. They are beautiful, round with slightly ribbed skins, tasty and offer a myriad of advantages for health, they look adorable beautiful, appealing and delicious. It is easy to grow pumpkins in containers since they do not require much space to grow . You can also plant them on your terrace, balcony or garden. Check out the following information in case you are interested in learning how to grow pumpkins at home.
About this Pumpkin Seed
- The number of Hybrid Pumpkin F1 Bheema Seeds (Kaddu ke beej) 10 seeds
- What to plant: Balcony or terrace garden
- Sowing season: All the year (Best time to plant is between January and March, and June-August.)
- Method to sow: sow seeds 0.5-1 inches deep in a container Growing bags or pots.
- Germination Time Between 6 and 10 days from the time of sowing
- Germination temperature between 18 and 30 degrees Celsius
- Harvesting 3 to 4 months
- Plant vigor: strong plant
- Average weight of fruit between 4 and 6 kg
- Pumpkin (Bheema) Growing Season In India
- The pumpkin is a great crop in the spring and summer , and the ideal time to plant pumpkin seeds is from January to the month of March and June through August.
How To Grow Pumpkin In Container
The pumpkin bheema is a warm-hearted fruit, and it is often transplanted instead of directly sowing in pots or grow bags. Pick the seedsling tray or small pot (up to 4 inches deep) and the final pot or bag (18up to 24 inches deep and broad) with drainage holes. Seeds of pumpkin bheema can germinate at temperatures ranging from 18-30 degrees Celsius.
Pumpkin Bheema Seeds Sowing Method
Make an seeds ling tray or smaller pots; fill the tray with coco peat or another medium, then sow the seeds of the hybrid pumpkin in a depth of approximately 1 inch in the growing medium. The seedling should be kept HTML0in an area with sun until seeds begin to germinate and then water the seedling with a spray pumps. Provide adequate water, keep the soil moist, and provide proper sunshine to promote the growth of the pumpkin plants. Seeds of the hybrid pumpkin will germinate in a matter of a weeks (depends on the conditions of growth).
Transplant Pumpkin Seedlings Into Big Pots
After about two weeks of pumpkin seeds being sown, once the plants have 5-6 leaves the pumpkin seedling is be ready for transplant. Get a large grow bag or pot and fill the pots with organic fertilizer then transfer the pumpkin plants safely, along with roots balls from medium. After transplanting, water the plant, and maintain moisture inside the soil.
Best Fertilize For Pumpkin Plants
The pumpkin plant doesn’t require any feed and can grow easily without fertilizer. Apply liquid organic fertilizer such as tea compost, fish emulsion PGP, PROM at least every 20 days following transplanting.
Pumpkin Plant Care Tips
water:- Give adequate water to the pumpkin plant to ensure that the soil is moist and give water every time the soil gets dry.
Soil:- Soil For greater results from pumpkin, choose well-draining loamy, rich and fertile soil.
Sunlight:- Pumpkin plant needs 6 to 8 hours of sun each day.
Temperature:- Best temperatures for the pumpkin plants is between 18 to 35 degrees Celsius.
Common pests and diseases:- The most common pests as well as diseases Cucumber beetles the pumpkin bug, vine borer and aphids can be dangerous for pumpkin plants. Powdery mildew, Mosaic virus as well as bacterial wilt are a few common diseases that infect pumpkin plants. Utilize Neem oil to fight these pests. Also, avoid placing water on the leaves to preserve the plants.
Weeding:- Any weed that could develop in the pumpkin plant should be removed from every now and then.
Support:- Support It is well-known that that the pumpkin is a vine, and needs support for vertical growth. Create a structure to support the pumpkin plants, such as trellis bamboo, poles, pipe rope, as well as the creeper net.
Pumpkin Flowering Time And Pollination
After two months after transplanting the pumpkin, bheema flowers Male flowers appear first and then females appear with a tiny fruit. Similar to other gourds it is also cross-pollinated plant. Bees, in particular, pollinate the flowers. However, when you’re not able to find many bees, or you notice that the small fruits are rotting instead then you might want to pollinate your plants by hand. The plants begin bearing fruit about 20 to 25 days after pollination.
Pumpkin Harvest Time
- bheema Pumpkin can take between 100-120 days to harvest.
- Pumpkin is ripe when its skin is tough.
- The pumpkin shouldn’t be smashed by hand. just safely cut it using scissors Don’t take the plant away. The plant will begin to bear fruits once more, and will continue to grow.
- Cut the pumpkin’s stems and leave at minimum three inches on the stems.
- Pumpkin Plant (Bheema) Special Features.
- Common name – Kaddu (kdduu).
- Scientific name is Cucurbita Moschata.
- Flower color – Yellow.
- Level of growth – Easy.
What number of pumpkins can you get from a plant?
A healthy plant is able to produce between 2 and 5 pumpkins
What kind of ground do pumpkins do most efficiently in?
It grows quickly and healthy in well-drained and sandy soil that is full of organic matter.
Which is the biggest frequent root of the infectious plant disease that affect pumpkins?
Root Rot is the most prevalent illness in pumpkin plants that is caused by excessive moisture in the soil.
Why are my pumpkin’s leaves are turning yellow?
The soil is deficient in nutrients and the inability to supply adequate water in the plant is the primary cause of the color change of leaves on pumpkin plants.
Should we trim off the yellow pumpkin leaves?
Yes, you need to remove leaves of pumpkin, and removing the leaves that are yellow keeps your plant healthy.
Why do my pumpkin seeds not sprouting?
Pumpkin seeds won’t develop because of unsuitable growing conditions , like not getting enough sunlight or sowing seeds too deeply into the ground, or over irrigation or insufficient watering.
Why are my pumpkins die?
Incorrect watering practices such as excessive or under-watering is the most common reason that causes the pumpkin plant dying. The pumpkin plant cannot live without water, however too much water kills plants too.
Does pumpkin plant need support?
Pumpkin is a vine that require support in the form of bamboo, pipe or wires as pumpkins produce more fruits and requires more space for growth.
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