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Vegetable Growing Season Chart/Calendar India

Growing vegetable crops in India is now easier with exponential growth.

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The concept of temperature control greenhouses and other technologies makes it easy for you to plan for vegetable seed sowing.

Nowadays, man-made things do a great job of setting an adequate temperature, such as a greenhouse. Also, provide artificial light and nutrients and timely water your crops. So, no need to invest a lot of effort and time to grow vegetables successfully in India. The only thing you need is the correct planning.

But, of course, we know the value and freshness of organic farming or you can say �home gardening�. This not only provides you with healthy fresh nutrient-rich food and the taste of your own garden but also protects the environment from harmful chemical fertilizers. What can be better than this? Grow fresh, Grow More!

So, let�s take a deep look. Here we are disclosing a vegetable seeds calendar that helps you plan to grow your own summer vegetables and winter vegetables at home in India.

As we know, our country is rich in diverse plant species, home to almost every kind of topographical possible. From mountains to plains, our mother nature is the shelter of many beautiful species. Definitely, it is difficult for us to plan this vegetable growing season chart/calendar, but we have done the best for you. With a general sowing season with respect to North India and South India, this list is complete.

However, to get the most accurate details about your village, city, or town, we recommend you consult with your local gardening experts.

Vegetable Seeds Sowing Calendar/Chart At Home In India

Sr. No.Name of VegetableNorth India Growing SeasonSouth India Growing SeasonGermination Temp. (in �C)Method of SowingSowing Depth (inches)Sowing Distance (inches/feet)Days to Maturity
1OnionMay-JunMar-Apr May-Jun Sept-Oct10-32Transplant0.25Between Seeds - 4 ft. Between Rows - 6 ft150-160 days
2Bottle GourdFeb-Mar Jun-JulNov-Dec Dec-Jan Jun-Jul20-30Direct1-2Between Seeds - 1 ft Between Rows - 4 ft55-60 days
3CarrotAug-Sept-OctAug-Nov10-30Direct0.25Between Seeds - 2� Between Rows - 1.5 ft75-80 days
4TomatoJun-Aug Nov-DecJan-Feb Jun-Jul Oct-Nov20-30Transplant0.25Between Seeds - 1 ft Between Rows - 2.5 ft110-115 days
5MelonFeb-Mar Jun-JulJan-Feb Mar-Jun Oct-Dec22-32Direct1Between Rows - 18�-24�70-85 days
6PotatoOct-DecOct-Dec4Direct4Between Rows - 12�-18�70-120 days
7CabbageSept-OctJun-Jul Oct-Nov10-20Transplant0.25Between Seeds - 1 ft Between Rows - 1.5 ft90-100 days
8BeansFeb-Mar-16-30Direct1-1.5Between Seeds - 8� Between Rows - 18�45-50 days
9BroccoliAug-SeptAug-Sept21-23Transplant1.5Between Seeds - 1 ft Between Rows - 1.5 ft90-100 days
10Cauliflower (Late)Aug-Sept-OctJun-Jul16-20Transplant0.5Between Seeds - 2 ft Between Rows - 2 ft120-125 days
11Cauliflower (Mid-season)Sept-OctJun-Jul Aug-Sept16Transplant0.5Between Seeds - 2 ft Between Rows - 2 ft120-125 days
12Apple GourdFeb-Mar Jun-JulFeb-Mar Jun-Jul20-30Direct1Between Seeds - 12� Between rows - 12�70-80 days
13CucumberFeb-Mar Jun-JulJun-Jul Sept-Oct Dec-Jan16-32Direct0.5Between Rows - 12�50-70 days
14CornOct-NovSept-Oct10Direct1-1.5Between Seeds - 4�-6� Between Rows - 30�-36�60-100 days
15LettuceSept-OctOct-Dec7-27Direct/TransplantSurface Sow, cover lightly with soilBetween Rows - 8�-12�45-55 days
16RadishAug-Jan-depends-10-30Direct0.5Between Seeds - 2�-3� Between Rows - 12�40-45 days
17PumpkinJan-Mar Sept-Dec May-JunJun-Jul Dec-Jan20-35Direct1Between Seeds - 24�-48�70-75 days
18Bitter GourdFeb-Mar Jun-JulNov-Dec Dec-Jan Jun-Jul20-30Direct0.5Between Seeds - 1 ft Between Rows - 4 ft55-60 days
19OkraFeb-Mar Jun-JulJan-Feb May-Jun Oct-Dec20-32Direct0.5Between Seeds - 12� Between Rows - 18�45-50 days
20Cauliflower (Early)Mid-JuneJun-Jul Aug-Sept25-27Transplant0.5Between Seeds - 2 ft Between Rows - 2 ft120-125 days
21CapsicumNov-Jun May-JunJan-Feb May-Jun Oct-Nov15-25Transplant0.25-0.5Between Seeds - 1.5 ft. Between Rows - 1.5 ft.95-100 days
22SpinachSept-Nov FebSept-Oct-Nov10-22Direct0.5Between Seeds - 3� Between Rows - 9�60 days
23PeasSept-Oct-NovSept-Oct-Nov10-22Direct1Between Seeds - 4� Between Rows - 12�55-60 days
24BeetrootOct-NovAug-Nov10-30Direct1Between Seeds - 4� Between Rows - 18�80-90 days
25TurnipOct-NovOct-Nov15-35Direct0.5Between Seeds - 4� Between Rows - 1.5 ft40-50 days

Of course, we can�t list all the vegetables grown in India, but we list some of the more loving and growing vegetables. So, get ready and start sowing the seeds of vegetables that you like in all organic ways.

If you are a beginner and a first-time step towards organic home gardening, you should read out our blogs to take a deep breath of all the steps, tips, and key points.

Here we have compiled a list of easy-to-grow veggies with high yield, perfect for beginners.

If you want a fast-growing veggie, Lettuce is one of them. It grows more easily than other veggies and is ready for harvest in 35-42 days. It is healthy and delicious if you care properly. Read about - How To Grow Lettuce At Home?

Whether you have a small terrace garden or a large backyard, Spinach should definitely be on your list. It can grow well in both sunlight and shade, one of the easiest growing vegetables, which you can grow at home. After sowing the first seeds, they will be ready for harvest within 37-50 days. Also, read - How To Grow Spinach At Home?

If you are a lover of yummy salad, Beetroot is the best option for you. Known for both sweet roots and foliage that you can plant in your backyard. Beet leaf salad will be ready for harvest after almost 21 days on the plantation. If you want to taste its delicious roots, then you have to wait 24 days more!

Another vegetable that should grow at home is Radish. Commonly enjoyed in almost every Indian household, especially as a raw salad. Plant this taproot radish at home to enjoy the homegrown taste within 24-60 days of the plantation. Read more about - How To Grow Radishes??

If you don�t have too much space to carry pots and containers, we recommend you grow Microgreens. This delicious tiny version of your favorite leafy veggie is best for those who look for healthy options and crunchy factors in their diet. Know more about How To Grow Microgreens?

Whatever you choose to grow from the above vegetable list, be sure to feed them with Organic Fertilizers to complete their nutrient requirement, required for healthy growth.

We hope this vegetable seed sowing calendar/chart helps you to grow your favorite veggie at home. So, start a plantation and take a step on an amazing journey to good health and organic gardening.
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