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5 Must-Grow Vegetables in January in India

Indian winter is the best season to grow a variety of vegetables in your kitchen garden. If you've promised yourself that you'll make a green start to the year, now is the time to do it. Begin by planting vegetable seeds in your garden and growing these veggies to reap a bountiful harvest in the months ahead.

The following is a list of the finest vegetables to cultivate in India in January. In India, the best vegetables to grow in January are-

CUCUMBERS

Because cucumbers take at least a month to bear fruit, January is an excellent time to start planting them. Cucumbers are climbers and grow quickly, so make sure you have a trellis for them to climb. Cucumbers require a lot of water and full sun, so make sure you have both before sowing the seeds. Water regularly in a moderate amount. Use nutrient-rich soil with cocopeat for a satisfactory bloom. Initially, keep the seed in a shaded or low sunlight area. After germination, when you see a sprout of the plant, keep it in moderate sunlight for proper growth. 

CAPSICUMS OR BELL PEPPERS

Capsicum is a cool-season crop, and it's still a good time to start growing them in January. Water regularly in a moderate amount. Use nutrient-rich soil with cocopeat for a satisfactory bloom. Initially, keep the seed in a shaded or low sunlight area. After germination, when you see a sprout of the plant, keep it in moderate sunlight for proper growth. Ensure that the seedlings are transplanted once they have 4 to 5 leaves.

BRINJALS

Brinjals are a terrific vegetable to produce in January, whether they're big, long, white, or striped. They require at least 6 hours of sunlight per day, as well as rich loamy soil and enough drainage.

GREEN PEAS

Green peas seeds are easy to grow in the comfort of your own backyard, and these climbers make fantastic wall decorations. In just 60-70 days, these tiny pods of delicacy would be ready to be converted into a substantial pea-soup with just 1 inch of water every week and 6 to 8 hours of sunlight per day. Produce, that's quick and delicious!

SPINACH / PAALAK

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This leafy green vegetable can be planted all year. This superfood is high in iron, vitamins, and antioxidants, and it’s great for your skin, hair, and bones. It takes 6–8 weeks to harvest after sowing, and the plant can be grown in an 8–12 inch deep container in full sun.

What`s your favourite winter vegetable? Let us know by commenting below.


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