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African Eggplant Djamba F1 | 50g

12,500.00

African Eggplant Djamba F1 is exceptionally useful. With this assortment, you will have a homogeneous and plentiful white and sweety organic products creation. Submit your requests now.

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African Eggplant Djamba F1 is extremely useful. With this assortment, you will have a homogeneous and bountiful white and sweety organic products creation.

African eggplant, Solanum aethiopicum, is a deciduous bush in the family Solanaceae which is developed for its palatable organic products which are cooked and eaten as a vegetable. African eggplant is an exceptionally expanding plant that can grow up to 2 m (6.6 ft) in level.

The leaves of the plant are organized on the other hand on the stems and have smooth or lobed edges. Leaf-cutting edges might arrive at up to 30 cm (11.8 in) long and 21 cm (8.3 in) in width. The leaf petioles are oval or circular in shape, arriving at up to 11 cm (4.3 in) long.

Plants produce bunches of up to 12 white blossoms which form into egg-or axle molded berries which are red to orange in variety with a smooth or furrowed surface contingent upon the assortment. African eggplant may likewise be alluded to as red eggplant, harsh tomato, mock tomato, garden egg, or Ethiopian nightshade and is local to Africa

Organic product
Egg-formed
Decent white before development

Development OF AFRICAN EGGPLANT DJAMBA F1
Awesome
Resilience/RESISTANCE
Great resilience to red bug vermin

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for African Eggplant Djamba F1

What is African Eggplant Djamba F1?

African Eggplant Djamba F1 is a variety of African eggplant known for its high yield of white, sweet fruits.

What are the benefits of growing African Eggplant Djamba F1?

  • High Yield: Produces a large quantity of white eggplants.
  • Sweet Flavor: Offers a sweeter taste compared to some other African eggplant varieties.
  • Disease Resistance: Known for its strong resistance to red spider mites.

What does an African eggplant look like?

  • Plant: A deciduous bush that can grow up to 2 meters (6.6 feet) tall.
  • Leaves: Arranged alternately on the stems, with smooth or lobed edges and growing up to 30 cm (11.8 inches) long.
  • Flowers: Produces clusters of up to 12 white flowers.
  • Fruit: Egg or axle-shaped berries that turn red to orange when mature, with a smooth or furrowed surface.

What other names does African eggplant have?

  • Red eggplant
  • Bitter tomato
  • Mock tomato
  • Garden egg
  • Ethiopian nightshade

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