Organic Brinjal Seeds - Open Pollinated

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Brinjal, also known as brinjal plants, tastes even better when picked fresh from your garden. It's a joy to grow brinjal at home because it fills the garden with vivid, beautiful berries. We provide only organic brinjal/brinjal plants seeds. Since these seeds are open-pollinated, you can reuse the seeds from your harvested brinjals.

Benefits / Uses of Brinjal

Brinjal will provide you with enough fibre and potassium for the day. The brinjal is every dieter's dream vegetable, with just 25 calories per 100 grams. Brinjal is filled with Vitamin A and C that protect your cells against damage in addition to being low in calories and high in fiber. Brinjal, which is rich in fiber and polyphenols, can also help you lower your blood sugar levels. However, since it is a nightshade vegetable, it should be avoided by people who already have arthritis.

Brinjal has a plethora of health benefits. Brinjals are high in nutrients. They are rich in vitamins and minerals such as vitamin C, vitamin K, potassium, folate, and manganese. Furthermore, brinjal or brinjal plants have very few calories (one cup of raw brinjal has about 20 calories). Although the calories are tiny, brinjal is filled to the body with a lot of fibre. Brinjal is also rich in antioxidants.

Specifications of Brinjal seeds

Common Name

Eggplant, brinjal, guinea squash


Full Sunlight


Water Everyday


Between 70 degree - 90 degree


well-drained sandy loam or loam soil


Organic fertilizers like neem cake


70-80 days

Harvest Season

All seasons


Planting and care of Brinjal

Sowing of Brinjal seeds

  • Choose a seedling tray with medium-sized cells and drainage holes on the bottom.

  • Moisten the coco-peat medium and pour it into the cells.

  • Sow two to three brinjal seeds per cell. Brinjal seeds are very thin, so avoid planting them too deeply.

  • Place the seeds on the medium's surface and force them inside with a pencil tip, ensuring that the seeds are submerged deep enough to be protected by the coco - peat medium.

  • Alternately, you can create shallow depressions in the medium with the bottom of a pencil, place seeds in these depressions, and then sprinkle coco - peat on top to cover the seeds.

  • Indoors, keep the seedling tray until the seeds germinate.

  • Water the seeds with a spoon for the first week. Every day, two tablespoons of water suffice.

  • You can also submerge the seedling tray in another tray of water for 30 minutes to allow the seed cells to absorb water from the bottom through drainage holes.

  • Cover the seeds from rain and direct sunlight after transplanting them into grow bags. Create a temporary roof out of the plastic sheet to cover the bunk. Water it with a watering can in the shape of a light shower.

Growing Brinjal plant

  • Develop brinjal plants in direct sunlight.

  • Brinjal plants thrive in well-drained, organic-rich soil. In addition to plantations before planting, add mature compost or organic planting mix and transform the soil into 12" (30 cm) in depth.

  • Brinjal plants prefer soil pH levels ranging from 5.5 to 6.8.

  • Warm the soil before planting by draping black plastic over the planting beds for 14 days.

Harvesting of brinjal

  • The seed is ready to harvest for 100 to 150 days and transplanted for 70 to 85 days.

  • Harvesting young brinjal plants until it gets pithy.

  • When the fruit is bright, firm and full-coloured, the brinjal plants can be ready for harvest.

  • No seed is immature in brinjal plants. Hard, dark grains of fruits are overripe.

  • Brinjal plants under or overripe can be bitter.

  • With a sharp shear or knife, cut brinjal plants from the stalk. Leave the fruit with a small stem stub.

Precautions while growing brinjal plants

  • Protect your brinjal plants from a late freeze. Provide safety at night until the threat of frost has passed. Row covers made of spun poly are used to protect the plant.

  • Pollination can be hampered by cold weather and a lack of moisture.

  • In hot summer climates, the soil temperature can become too warm for the roots; mulch plants 4 weeks after planting.

  • Protect brinjal plants with a shade covering when summer temperatures reach 100°F (37°C) or higher.

  • Tall and heavy-fruited varieties should be staked or caged.

Common problems affecting brinjal plants and solutions

  • Brinjal plants can be attacked by cutworms, aphids, beetles, Colorado potato bugs, spider mites, and.

  • Cutworms, aphids, flea beetles, spider mites and tomato hornworms can attack brinjal plants.

  • Cutworms would be deterred by collars put around the plants when they are transplanted.

  • Handpicking or hosing aphids and flea beetles off the plant and pinching out infested areas are effective ways to combat aphids and flea beetles. Insecticidal soap or neem cakes may be used to treat the infestation.

  • Spider mites are difficult to eradicate; use an insecticidal spray to get rid of them.

  • Hornworms can be picked off the plants by hand or sprayed with Phospho Bacteria Bio Fertilizer.

  • Brinjal plants are vulnerable to bacterial and fungal infections.

  • Where at all possible, plant disease-resistant varieties.

  • Clear the debris from the garden now and then.

  • Verticillium wilt can cause damage to brinjal plants; spray leaves with compost tea to avoid and delay fungal diseases.

  • Plants that are infected should be harvested as soon as possible to prevent the disease from spreading to healthy plants.

  • Rotate the corps to protect the plants from soil-borne disease

No. of Brinjal Seeds - 150+

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Ashraf Ali
poor packaging of seeds during shipment

Please pack them in a protective carton box.. Seeds within envelope that I received is crushed.. and broken..

Hi Sir

We'll be careful while packing. Please send us the list of seeds that are damaged to We'll send you again.

Also our team will be getting in touch with you soon.


poornima prashanth

My seedings have come out well . Am very happy

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