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Renu Sree Cheera (Green and Red Spinach) is an annual or perennial climbing herb with red or green vines and leaves. The thick, fleshy leaves have a pointed tip and are alternately arranged along with the plant. Spinach, both green and red, is a leafy vine native to tropical Asia that is widely cultivated in Asia and Africa. Due to the slightly mucilaginous nature of the leaves, it is delicious when sauteed or added to soups and stir-fries.
Benefits/ Uses of Green and red spinach
- Green and red spinach are an excellent low-calorie, fat-free, cholesterol-free choice containing an abundance of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.
- Fresh spinach leaves, especially green and red spinach, are high in essential carotenoid pigment antioxidants contributing to ageing and various disease processes.
- Its dense, fleshy leaves provide an excellent source of cholesterol absorption reduction and aid in preventing bowel problems.
- Vine spinach leaves and stems are very high in vitamin A and have been shown to protect against lung and oral cavity cancers.
- Green and red spinach contain a higher concentration of vitamin C, which aids the body in developing resistance to infectious agents and scavenging dangerous oxygen-free radicals.
- Similarly, spinach, both green and red, is an excellent source of iron.
- Additionally, both Green and red spinach leaves are a good source of minerals such as potassium, manganese, calcium, magnesium, and copper.
- As with spinach, daily intake of green and red spinach helps avoid osteoporosis (bone fragility) and iron deficiency anaemia. Additionally, it is believed to protect against cardiovascular disease and colon cancer.
Specifications of green and red spinach seeds
Green and Red Spinach, Renusree Cheera
Water regularly and keep the soil moist.
Fresh Nutritious Porous
Planting and care of green and red spinach
Sowing green and red spinach
- Sow the first crop in early spring and the second crop in late summer for a fall crop.
- Sow in a sunny location with fair, well-worked soil.
- Sow seeds uniformly in grow bags and cover with 12 inches of fine soil. Firm softly and gently water.
- Seedlings emerge between 7 and 14 days after planting, depending on the soil and weather conditions.
- Gradually thin seedlings to 6 inches apart, beginning when they are around 1-2 inches tall. Baby leaf spinach should not be thinned.
Growing green and red spinach
- Maintain weed control during the growing season. Weeds compete for water, space, and nutrients with plants; therefore, they monitor them by cultivating frequently or using mulch to prevent their seeds from germinating. When weeding, avoid disturbing the soil around the plants, as spinach is a shallow-rooted plant.
- Maintain adequate watering during dry periods to ensure rapid, uninterrupted development. During the growing season, plants need approximately 1 to 12 inches of rain each week. Utilize a rain gauge to determine if additional water is required. It is preferable to use a drip or trickle irrigation system that delivers water at low pressure to the soil level. If you use overhead sprinklers, water early in the day to allow the vegetation to dry before evening helps prevent disease problems. Maintain moist but not saturated soil.
- Keep an eye out for rodents and diseases.
Harvesting green and red spinach
- Harvest the outer leaves when they reach a length of 3 inches.
- Snip baby leaves as required once they reach around 2 inches in length.
- When the weather warms up, and seed stalks begin to grow, immediately harvest the entire plant.
- Leaves may be sautéed or steamed in addition to being consumed fresh.
- Wash, dry, and refrigerate in a perforated plastic bag for up to a week.
Precautions while growing green and red spinach
Although green and red spinach prefers a warm, humid growing environment, they are susceptible to various foliar diseases, including numerous fungal leaf spots, which can impair the quality and marketability of leaves. Leafminers tarnished plant pests, and nematodes are all potential pest problems.
Common problems affecting Green and red spinach plants and solutions
Green and red spinach are popular among home gardeners and landscapers due to their resistance to various common insect and disease pests. Although green and red spinach prefers a warm, humid growing environment, they are susceptible to multiple foliar diseases, including numerous fungal leaf spots, which can impair the quality and marketability of leaves. Leafminers tarnished plant pests, and nematodes are all potential pest problems. Organic pesticides like neem cakes can be used as a remedy.
No. of Green & Red Spinach Seeds - 500+
- Mix 10 grams of pseudomonas powder in water and make it as a loose paste.
- Add the seeds to the solution and soak it for 30 minutes.
- Take a seedling tray and fill it with our potting soil.
- Sow the seeds at 1/2 inch (small seeds) or 1 inch depth (big seeds) and water them using our watering can.(Rough watering or exposure to rain may dislocate the seeds and affect germination).
- The soil should be wet and it shouldn't get dry or soggy. Water when the top soil dries out.
- Place the seedling tray in a warm spot (15°C - 21°C) until germination (it will take 4 to 21 days).
- After germination seedlings need a lot of sunlight. Transfer the seedlings to the grow bags when they have 1 - 2 sets of true leaves.
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Good qualtity seeds..
I have planted green and red spinach..
It has started growing i can see small leaves emerging out.
No germination for Malabar spinach. Rest all other seeds are germinating.
cannot see the image of the products why
Only 50% seeds germinated