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Beetroot is the healthiest and nutritious vegetable to consume. Beetroots are members of the Chenopodiaceae family, which has a long and illustrious history. Beetroots contain more iron than any other vegetable, like spinach. They are high in fiber, and vitamin A and C. Beetroot can be beneficial in treating anemia, indigestion, constipation, gallbladder, cancer, heart disease, piles, and kidney disorders.
Beetroot is recognized as one of the best vegetables for health juices because it is high in antioxidants, carbohydrates, potassium, and folic acid. Recognized as a superfood, it is a well-kept secret that many endurance athletes use to increase strength. With some initial preparation and planning, it is possible to maintain a year-round supply of fresh roots with little effort and for the price of a packet of seeds.
Benefits/Uses of Beetroot
- Beets contain a variety of beneficial plant compounds that help to alleviate inflammation and protect cells from damage. Among the additional health benefits of Beetroot are the following:
- Boosts your stamina
- Beetroot and its juice assist the heart and lungs in working more efficiently during exercise. Beets produce nitric oxide, which increases blood flow to your muscles. Certain athletes supplement their success with Beetroot or beet juice.
- Prevent Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke
- Beets are high in folate (vitamin B9), a B vitamin that aids in the growth and function of cells. Folate is critical in preventing blood vessel damage, which can further minimize heart disease and stroke risk.
- Reduce Blood Pressure
- Beets naturally reduce blood pressure by relaxing and widening the blood vessels.
- Improves the immune system
- Beets are rich in fiber and aid in the growth of beneficial bacteria in the digestive tract. Having a diverse population of healthy bacteria in your digestive system aids in the battle against disease and strengthens your immune system. Additionally, fiber aids in digestion and decreases the chance of constipation.
- Beetroots are a nutritious supplement to the majority of diets. Beetroots may be consumed raw or fried or as a juice. Beet juice contains a plethora of beneficial nutrients that the cooking process will deplete.
- Beetroot nutrients include folate—a vitamin that aids in maintaining healthy blood vessels—and potassium, which helps protect the heart.
Specifications of Beetroot Seeds
6 hrs of sunlight
2.5 cm per week
60 to 70 degree
6.0 to 7.0 pH
Nitrogen, phosphorous, and potassium fertilizer before planting
2 to 3 weeks
No. of seeds
Planting and Care for Beetroot
Sowing Beetroot Seeds
- Sow beets directly in the grow bags to avoid disturbing their roots, while beets, unlike many root crops, do well when transplanted while still young. Beets, on the other hand, thrive when started outdoors due to their cold tolerance.
- Seeds should be sown 12 inches deep and 1 to 2 inches apart in rows about 1 foot apart. Following sowing, a thin layer of soil should be applied to the seeds.
- Each wrinkled beet seed is a cluster of two to four seeds, which means that once the greens reach around 4 inches in height, you will need to thin the young plants to 3 to 4 inches apart. It enables their origins to reach their full potential.
- Avoid pulling up the plants while thinning, as this will disrupt the roots of the beets you wish to hold. Rather than that, snip the leaves (and eat them).
- Maintain optimum germination conditions by keeping the soil moist. Soak seeds inside water for 24 hours before planting to facilitate germination.
- Mulch and then water every week with approximately 1 inch of water per square foot. Beets need enough moisture to thrive.
- Weed as required, but be careful with young plants; beets have shallow, easily disturbed roots.
- Consider row covering beets to deter pests such as leaf miners from damaging the plants' leaves.
- Generally, additional fertilizer is not needed. If you do fertilize, use just a small amount of nitrogen; too much nitrogen results in an explosion of greens but tiny bulbs underneath the soil.
- For the majority of varieties, the days to maturity range between 55 and 70. That is, intend to harvest beets approximately two months after planting.
- Harvest roots when they reach the size of a golf ball or larger; extremely large roots can be challenging and woody.
- Loosen the soil around the beet and raise it gently from the ground.
- Beet greens can be harvested at almost any time, starting with seedling thinning. Take one or two mature leaves per plant and continue until the leaf blades reach a height of more than 6 inches and become tough.
- Without greens, roots cannot completely grow, so leaving some is important for proper growth.
Precautions while growing Beetroot
- Prior to planting, combine Phospho Bacteria Biofertilizer, Azospirillum Nitrogen Fixing Bio Fertilizer, and Veg and Fruit Mix, as the plant needs a constant supply of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium.
- To avoid rust, ensure adequate air circulation, especially in damp conditions. Remove and burn any infected leaves (or portions of them). Monitor this fungal disease with Trichoderma Viride Bio Fertilizer. The spores are quickly dispersed by wind and from plant to plant.
Common Problems affecting Beetroot plants and solutions
- Occasionally, rust attacks beetroot plants, especially those grown in cover. On the underside of the leaves, tiny, raised brown-red spots appear. The disease depletes the plant's strength and results in malformed or small roots.
- Aphids, also known as whiteflies and greenflies, are small transparent insects that can be a severe problem for various plants. Beetroot leaves are rarely attacked, but they can be. Spray with a pint of water containing a few drops of dishwashing liquid.
- Mice and voles are by far the most frequent pests responsible for this devastation. A regular occurrence is that Beetroot has been growing successfully in the garden or allotment for many years, and then the damage occurs out of nowhere one year. Mice and voles build nests in loose vegetation that they collect to keep warm during the colder months. Forget about seeing them during the day; they are nocturnal creatures. To discourage them, clean up the loose straw, grass cuttings, plant matter, and similar materials that they may use to build a nest in your terrace garden.
No. of Beetroot Seeds - 50+
All grow bags from Seed 2 Plant have a 5 years replacement guarantee. Yes, you heard that right. We are 100% sure about the quality of our grow bags that we offer no questions asked 5 years replacement guarantee.
If one of our grow bags got damaged under normal use within a 5 years period, you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and ship the damaged grow bag. We'll replace the grow bag and the shipping cost will be refunded too.
How are we sure that our grow bags will last 5 years?
- Our grow bags are made of thick 220 gsm HDPE material.
- All our grow bags are UV treated, which means even exposed to strong sun rays, will not damage the product.
- Our stitching is unmatched. We make sure that each grow bags undergoes strict QA process before being sent to you.
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The seeds were packed in great condition and i have sowed them. Hope they germinate soon.
The seeds are good and healthy
Shall keep u updated after one month
Delivered on time. Seeds qwality is very good. 👌👌