Plant seeds (for planting)

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Vegetable seeds

Seeds available include

  • Ewedu seeds
  • Shoko seeds
  • Okra seeds
  • Tete seeds (“green” vegetable)
  • Ugwu seeds
  • Tatashe seeds
  • Rodo seeds
  • shombo seeds
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Ewedu seeds

 

Some seeds are available for planting, if you live outside Nigeria and you have missed some of the nigerian vegetables and peppers you love, you can buy some and plant in your garden .

Seeds available include

  • Ewedu seeds
  • Shoko seeds
  • Okra seeds
  • Tete seeds (“green” vegetable)
  • Ugwu seeds
  • Tatashe seeds
  • Rodo seeds
  • shombo seeds
vegetable seeds

This is what shoko seeds looks like

How to plant vegetable seeds in your home garden

For Ewedu, tete and shoko, rodo, tatashe seeds

  • It is best to pick a spot where the plant can get direct sunlight for atleast 6-8 hours per day.
  • Before planting Ewedu seeds, tie the seeds loosely in a handkerchief. place pot with water on burner, once the water boils a bit , dip handkerchief into it for a second or two (the water is only supposed to boil for a little bit, don’t use boiling water). Bring out handkerchief, spread the seeds to dry again then the next day, you can mix with soil and spread over land you wish to plant on.
  • Prepare the land before planting; till the soil to make it soft, nourish the soil (with manure) to make it fertile- mix it with the soil, make ridges to avoid soil nutrient being washed off.
  • Plant the different vegetables seperately; Plant the seeds by mixing them with some soil and spreading it over the ridges you have made.
  • Make sure you water twice a day (morning and night), especially in the first 4 weeks of planting and during the dry season.

For Ugwu and okro seeds

  • Follow the first 3 steps listed for planting tete, shoko and ewedu, rodo and tatashe.
  • Plant 2-3 seeds each like 5cm apart, for the ugu seeds, placed it in the soil such that the protruding tip is pointing downwards in the soil.
  • Make sure you water twice a day (morning and night), especially in the first 4 weeks of planting and during the dry season.

 

 

How to plant vegetables at home

How to plant peppers at home

 

Additional information

Additional information

Vegetable seeds (for planting)

Ewedu seeds, shoko seeds, Tete seeds, Ugwu seeds, Okro seeds, tatashe seeds, rodo seeds, shombo seeds