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Palmarosa (Cymbopogon martinii) - bulk quantity (1 g)
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Palmarosa (Cymbopogon martinii) - bulk quantity (1 g)

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Palmarosa (Cymbopogon martinii)
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Details: Plant description & care
Plant height approx.:
40 – 70 cm
Sowing & cultivation
Best germination temperature :
20 – 30 °C
Planting distance:
10 cm
  • Seedtime: From January, it can be sown in the hotbed and from March outdoors
  • Sowing depth: 1-2.5cm
  • Ideal germination temperature: From +3°C
  • Germination duration: Carrots need very long, 21-27 days on average. That's why it's recommended to mix the seeds with either radish seeds or dill seeds. Both germinates clearly faster and marks a row so that the care of the sowing gets easier. By harvesting the radish that is ripe earlier, the rows are pruned automatically. The dill should also be removed when it has reached a height of approx. 25cm.
  • Row spacing: 30-45cm
  • Planting distance: 3-5cm
  • Location: Sunny
  • Soil: Sandy-loamy, deep, loose, and stone-free soil. This variety prospers very well in loamy soils.
  • Care: Carrots are moderate feeders and don't tolerate fresh dung. Only use ripe compost for fertilizing. Carrots like to be kept moist and often need supplementary irrigation on sandy soils during the hot summer months. Weeding out is crucial while the plant is still young as the tender plantlets are overrun with weeds fast. For good results, the soil should be loosened regularly. Especially after strong rain when it tends to clog.
  • Harvest: Most often from May to July. There's no clear sign of maturity.
  • Family: Umbellifers (Apiaceae)


Growing yellow carrots from seed
Other names
Botanical name:
andropogon martinicymbopogon martiniigymnanthelia martini
English names:
ginger grassindian geraniumrosha grass.
Details
Item number
CYM02-GM1
Brand
Magic Garden Seeds
Group:
Seeds
Seed quantity:
1,200 Pcs.

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