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  • A vigorous plant, not very sensitive to Verticillium and Powdery mildew. Cylindrical, long fruits (approximately 25cm long), shinny purply-black. Prolific variety suited to under cover, spring cultivation or outdoor cultivation (in season).


    Type of soil: Rich and well drained. It is possible to grow it in a pot.
    Sowing time: From January to March.
    Harvest time: 5 month from sowing.
    Minimum temperature: The optimal temperature for germanating is between 26 and 30C.
    Site: Full sun.


    The eggplant is a plant, which needs sun and warmth. In areas north of the Loire, its cultivation will need to take place in a greenhouse.


    Indoor sowing:
    - Sow two to three seeds per pot between January and March. Cover the seeds with a 4 to 6mm layer of compost.
    - You should only keep the strongest seedling.
    - Towards April-May, after the last frosts, transplant your seedlings in to the garden or in large pots.
    - Keep a distance of 30 to 40 cm between plants.


    Pruning and looking after:
    - Take out the lateral shoots, and pinch each branch above the second flower.
    - Water regularly and with moderation.
    - When the fruits are nicely colored and firm, it is time to harvest.
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  • Aubergine Seeds - Baluroi F1 Aubergine
    Aubergine Seeds - Baluroi F1 Aubergine
    Author: Les Doigts Verts
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    Aubergine Seeds - Baluroi F1 Aubergine
    Aubergine Seeds - Baluroi F1 Aubergine
    Packet of 0,5 g
    Sowing from january to april Harvest from july to frost.


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