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IPS070- Coriander Nutan - Hybrid Seeds

IPS070- Coriander Nutan - Hybrid Seeds

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  • can be used by multi cutting
  • highly pungent and fresh leaves
  • vigorous growth and thick stem
  • dark green and  broad leaves
  • High Quality and high yeilding seeds

How To Grow Coriander (Kothimeera)
Pot Size :
You Can use 18*6 or 24*6 Inch Grow bag for growing Coriander . If you want to grow in Plastic pot use minimum 6 Inch pot . The wider pots/ Grow Bags will provide more space and more nutrient to the plant .

Soil Requirements:
Coriander needs moist but well-drained, nutrient-rich soil. Use soil mix with combination of Red Soil , Vermicompost and Cocopeat at a ratio of (2:1:1) . Also add 2-5% of Neem Powder to the soil mix. Neem Powder will act as fungicide.

Sowing Coriander Seeds : Sow the seeds about 1⁄4 inch deep, spaced 6 to 8 inches apart. Coriander seeds require plenty of moisture to germinate, so make sure to water them frequently. Seeds will germinate in 7 to 10 days.

Light requirements:
Coriander Seeds / Kothimeera Seeds Plant needs Full sunlight or light shade. Good amount of sunlight will help plant to grow healthy .

Water Requirements:
Coriander / Kothimeera needs to be watered daily. If the temperature is higher than 35 Degrees water it twice . Excess watering will cause in Root rot for any plant , so you need have proper drainage system in your container . Make sure that Excess water will drain properly .

Coriander Seeds | Kothimeera Seeds
Common issues: Coriander / Kothimeera is easy to grow plant . It will grow fast . Coriander doesn’t tend to get affected by too many pests and diseases. But there is a possibility of pest to attack the plant. Those problems can be easily resolved using our Bio Insecticides . Use our Bio Insecticide Guardian for removing .

Harvesting: Coriander / Kothimeera can be harvested in 30-40 days from seed plantation. Coriander is very fast growing and should be harvested often.