زراعة الباذنجان في البيت المحمي

زراعة الباذنجان في البيت المحمي


Cultivation of eggplant.. Eggplant, or “ebanj” as it was known in the past, is one of the vegetables rich in nutrients, and it represents a good source of income. As for growing it inside greenhouses, it is usually done in Arab countries with cold winters, Here is the most appropriate way to grow it inside a greenhouse..

Growing eggplant in a greenhouse

  • Eggplant needs relatively high temperatures when planted, which greenhouse heaters provide.
  • It is also often planted between March and September.
  • One of the most important advantages of growing it inside a greenhouse; The possibility of producing hybrid eggplant seeds, combining more than one type of eggplant, such as Al-Arous and Al-Rumi.
  • The crop is up to 20 cm long and 5 cm wide.

Soil suitable for eggplant

  • Eggplant is a plant that does not tolerate saline soil, nor irrigation using highly saline water.
  • Because this type of irrigation can cause a decrease in photosynthesis rates, by up to 52%.
  • Irrigation with brine often reduces the length of the fruit and increases the firmness of the pulp.

Irrigation of eggplant in greenhouses

Eggplant planting dates in the greenhouse

  • An early summer grove, in which seedlings are planted in March.
  • Late summer grouse, which are planted in April and May, and their crop grows from late June to late August.
  • A fall seedling, in which seedlings are planted during the months of July and August, and the crop grows in the period from September to November.
  • And during this autumnal blink; Seeds are planted in June, taking into account their protection from high temperatures, by covering nurseries and even seed germination.
  • As for the winter lug; They are planted in greenhouses during November and December.

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How does its cultivation succeed?

  • It is preferable to use one of the black plastic covers for the greenhouse, as it contributes to warming the soil and controls the growth of weeds.
  • Also, farmers usually rely on drip irrigation as one of the modern irrigation methods, which are used in greenhouses, especially when the seedlings are ready for planting.
  • Then appropriate fertilization and weed management methods are applied.
  • The farmers are also keen, after the plant reaches a height of 40 cm, to tighten it using some pegs, to help it grow.

 

It remains to be noted that when growing eggplants inside a greenhouse, they are usually harvested 60: 100 days after the date of the beginning of the cultivation process, although there are many factors that affect the date of harvest; Including, for example, the climatic conditions and the age of the seedlings used in agriculture.. and others.

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