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Brinjal Round White, also known as white eggplant, is a tropical, perennial plant that is cultivated for its edible fruit. The plant grows up to 60-100 cm tall and bears round, white fruits that are 5-8 cm in diameter. The fruit has a tender, delicate flesh and a slightly sweet, mild flavor.
Soil and Climatic Requirement: Brinjal Round White prefers well-drained soil that is rich in organic matter. It thrives in warm, humid climates and requires temperatures between 18-30°C for optimum growth. It can be grown throughout the year in regions with a warm climate.
Planting Type: Brinjal Round White can be grown from seed or transplanted as a young seedling.
Spacing: The plants should be spaced 24" apart to allow for good air circulation and sunlight.
Germination Period: The seeds usually germinate within 5-17 days after sowing.
Hours of Sunlight Required: Brinjal Round White requires at least 6 hours of direct sunlight each day for optimum growth and fruiting.
Watering: The plants should be watered regularly to maintain moist soil conditions. It is important not to overwater as this can cause the plants to rot.
Harvesting: Brinjal Round White can be harvested when the fruits are still firm and glossy. The best time to harvest is early in the morning when the temperature is cooler. The fruits can be stored for up to a week at room temperature.
Common Pests and Diseases: Brinjal Round White is susceptible to pests such as aphids, whiteflies, and fruit borers. Diseases that can affect the plant include damping-off, bacterial wilt, and verticillium wilt. It is important to regularly inspect the plants and take appropriate measures to control pests and diseases.