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Simply spiced but equally appealing little stir-fries of brinjals, cauliflower and spinach graced the rest of the thali.
Hybrid agro products like pulses, rice, brinjals, and mustard were also exhibited at the stalls set up under the state department.
It is necessary to mention here that India is the world's second largest producer of brinjals, producing 3600 varieties that are cheap and have high yields.
The Kathrikai Chops ( brinjals cooked with onion, tomato, peppercorns and coconut masala ; ` 675) confirmed their reputation.
That's because the pollen flow from cultivated brinjal to wild brinjals is extremely remote under natural conditions.
The response was overwhelming, as the initial goal of 10,000 brinjals had to be upgraded to 20,000 and it currently stands at 21,000.
Vegetable sources were drumstick leaves, brinjals and tomatoes, etc.
The vegetables in demand in these markets are okra, brinjals, chilies, gourds etc.
When it arrives, smelling of "cloves, roasted brinjals and midnight soliloquies," she waits until bedtime arid then reads it, burrowed beneath her blanket.
brVincentCrops like cotton, linseed, groundnuts, green grams, mango, banana, guava, peas, tomatoes, brinjals, green chillies, sweet potatoes, onions and indigenous vegetables like amaranthus (terere), black night shade (managu), cowpea (kunde) and spider plant (saget) can do well in an area with black cotton soil.
His public hearings on issues that ranged from BT Cotton to Brinjals and environment were occasions to display lung power by the NGO shouting brigade.
Vegetables including potatoes, tomatoes, brinjals, chillies, beans, peas, garlic, onions, cauliflowers, etc.