Friday, February 6, 2015

Ashitaba part 2

This is how we propagate our Ashitaba seeds.

These are Ashitaba seeds. We usually plant them with the flat (lighter color) side facing the soil. Do not bury the seeds or put too much soil over them or they will not sprout. Just put them on top of the soil and gently push them with your finger. Dont forget to moisten them with water through a mister everyday.


Several weeks later (in my case 2 weeks), the seeds will sprout. Not all seeds sprout the same day. Some of our seeds even took 5 weeks to sprout.

False leaves will appear after a few more days. Continue watering them as needed.


After a few days, true leaves will start to appear. It's time to put them in a bigger pot when the leaves are about a centimeter in diameter or bigger. 

We hope you learned something from this post. If you have more questions or want to learn more about Ashitaba please leave us a message at the comment section.

6 comments:

Nap Pascual said...

Hi, paano nyo po dinidiligan yung ashitaba seeds?

Nonatus Rubia said...
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Nonatus Rubia said...

Mist nyo lang po. Gamit ko yung regular mister from ace or handyman. I do it twice a day kasi sobrang init ngayon.

Nonatus Rubia said...

Mist nyo lang po. Gamit ko yung regular mister from ace or handyman. I do it twice a day kasi sobrang init ngayon.

Anonymous said...

pwede ba ito propagate sa lowland area?kasi medyo mainit ang probinsya ko, will try soon magtanim din ng ashitaba sa garden ko

Raymond and Mariel......................................... said...

Pwede po sa lowland kaso dapat po nasa shade. Morning sun lang po preferably. Iwas din po sa waterlog. Hwag po sobrang dilig.