Growing Eggplant in Greenhouse

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If you are one of those people who greatly love the delicious taste derived from eggplants then the option of growing eggplant in greenhouse will surely be a sensational choice to consider. There are many types in which eggplants come and they consist of various sizes and shapes. One of the most like varieties of eggplant is black beauty which is greatly popular for the wonderful taste that is provided by this fruit. Growing eggplants in greenhouse will produce output which tastes several times better than the eggplants which are available in malls. You can enjoy freshly handpicked eggplants that will be rich in nutrients and also providing fabulous taste.

Getting started

Eggplants can be grown either with seeds or by planting the plant that is purchased from the nursery that is near to your home. When you are growing plant with the help of seeds then it is essential that the seeds are sowed in a portable plant. This process should be initiated about 5 to 7 weeks before the final frost of the season. The suitable environment conditions that are required to grow eggplant inside greenhouse may range from 75 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit. At the above range of temperature the germination of seed will be well assisted and development of healthy sapling is greatly possible. Another important requirement for this plant is that it requires good level of sunshine. Hence it is required to place the pot near the place which allows good access to sunshine. It will also be good if there some ventilation holes that is provided in the design of greenhouse since it will ensure that proper level of air circulation prevails inside the structure.

Covering with grass

When the plant is about to develop it is well advised to scatter grasses for about 1 to 2 inches near the base of the plant since it will help in keeping the plant in warm condition which will enhance the growth and quality of plant. The soil should be sufficiently covering the plant and the desired pH level of plant should lie within the range of 5 to 7. if the soil pH level does not lie in this then it is required to make proper adjustment to reach this mark. The eggplants should surely be treated with sunlight that will suffice enough to carry out various activities in a day.

Supplying with sufficient water

Eggplants require sufficient level of water such that they are able to satisfy full growth of plants. Since these plants require higher water it is necessary to create a dedication section in greenhouse such that there is proper nutrients supply which is being provided. Other vegetable plants which require lesser amount of water should be placed away from eggplant. Water can be supplied through various drip irrigation method to satisfy the exclusive water requirement of this plant.

Thus growing eggplant in greenhouse will be a simple task provides you are aware about the various methods and tips that are essential to grow quality plants.

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Author: Ahmet Korkmaz
Ahmet Korkmaz from www.agricultureguide.org . Eggplant section of Vegetative Production category of Agriculture Guide. Guide to growing, production, cultivating, harvesting, storing and the rest. All you need to know about eggplant, eggplants.

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