Red Amaranthus/ Dhantu: The Superfood and a Powerhouse of Iron, Vitamins, and Minerals.An ideal food source for your family, the leaves of the red amaranth can be cooked and eaten, just like spinach. The seeds of red amaranth are also consumed as cereal grains (Rajgira).
Featuring bright red flowers and an imposing height, the red amaranth is a great addition to your backyard or terrace garden.
- Red Amaranth plant thrives in warm climatic conditions and is suitable for most Indian climates. While sowing, ensure that the soil dry and then water adequately. Though you can sow it directly in a pot or planter box.
- The red amaranth seeds germinate in 5-6 days then transplant seedling to a bigger box.
- You can ensure better yield and health of this crop by adding good organic nutrients on a weekly basis.
- As the plants grow vigorously, they can be harvested young after 25 days, when the leaf is crisp and red. These plants grow up to a height of 1 to 2 feets.
- Harvesting can be done periodically, as the leaves grow back within a few days. This makes it a great choice for weekly two harvests.
- Aphids and mealybugs are considered as the common enemies to your red amaranth plant.For enhanced plant protection, buy natural pest control remedies or plant maintenance kits from theorganic.life
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