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Marigold

Marigold

  • Marigold seeds sprout in seven to ten days, which is a quick germination rate.
  • Additionally, marigolds begin to bloom 50 days after seedling emergence, making it simple to dry the seeds. As soon as there is no longer any risk of frost and the soil has started to warm up, seeds should be planted.
  • Seeds should be sown 1 inch apart and no deeper than 1 inch in moistened soil.
  • After planting, the seeds should be planted at a distance of 1 inch. The seeds should be planted after they sprout.
  • The height of these plants can vary from 6 inches to 2 or 3 feet.
  • In October or November, marigold plants often reach their peak flowering period.
  • This plant has green, hairy leaves that range in length from 2 to 5 cm. When crushed, the leaves release a nice aroma.
  • White, bicolor, even yellow and orange, scarlet, gold, or crimson marigold flowers are all possible.
  • This plant often produces spherical, fragrant flowers with many petals. Diverse flowers have different colours, shapes, and sizes depending on the species.

Due to the uncertainty of the agricultural market and nature, which crops should be planted to get better income for the farmers. This big question has arisen.
New marigold varieties have been introduced which give high yield.

1.Dream Yellow

  • Disease is very severe 
  • Average height of trees is 3 to 3.5 feet
  • Flower shape is spherical (ball type)

  • Average yield up to 1.5 kg per tree
  • Cultivation period throughout the year
  • Flower tight Due to which the durability lasts longer.

2.Shravani Yellow

  • Very susceptible to disease
  • Trees average 2 to 2.5 feet in height
  • Flower shape is spherical (ball type)
  • Average 1 to 1.5 kg per tree Production up to
  • Planting period is April to September
  • Flower color is yellow.
  • Due to the low height and strength of the trees The branch does not fall or fall off.

3.Yash Yellow

  • Disease is very severe (candles).
  • Average height of trees is 3 to 3.5 feet
  • Flower shape is spherical (ball type)

  • Of flowers from first cut to last Same size
  • Average yield up to 1.5 kg per tree
  • Cultivation period throughout the year
  • Flower tight Due to which the durability lasts longer.

4.Yash Orange

  • Very susceptible to disease
  • Trees average 2.5 to 3 feet in height.
  • Flower shape round(ball type compact)
  • Average yield up to 1.5 kg per tree
  • Cultivation period throughout the year.
  • Flower color is dark orange.

5.Prime Orange

  • Very susceptible to disease
  • Trees average 3 to 3.5 feet in height.
  • Flower shape round(ball type compact)
  • Average 1 to 1.5 kg per tree Production up to
  • Cultivation period throughout the year
  • Flower color is dark orange

6.Lemon Yellow

 

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