• Cauliflower is a common vegetable of the Cruciferous family.
  • It is a cancer-fighting agent.
  • It helps to keep your heart healthy by lowering your cholesterol levels.
  • Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Orissa, West Bengal, Assam, Haryana, and Maharashtra are the most important cauliflower-producing states.
  • It has good protein content and is unique in terms of vitamin C stability after cooking.
  • Potassium, sodium, iron, phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, and other minerals abound.
  • Soil- It can grow well in a wide range of soil from sandy loam to clay
  • Temperature- 12-30°C
  • pH- 6 to 7
  • Rainfall- 120-125mm
  • Climate- It requires a cool moist climate
  • Irrigate the plants right after they've been transplanted.
  • Apply irrigation every 7-8 days in the summer and every 10-15 days in the winter, depending on soil and climatic conditions.
  • During the months of January and February, irrigation is done once a week.
  • Irrigation takes place once a week.


  • The seeds should be placed in rows with an 8-10 cm gap between rows and 1.5-2 cm between seeds at a 1.5-2 cm depth.
  • Seeds should be sown at a spacing of 8 to 10 centimeters between seedlings and 1.5-2 centimeters between rows.
  • Nurseries should be built under a polyhouse or polytunnel during the monsoon season.
  • Weeding and cross-cultural operations should be done on a regular basis. Irrigation of nursery beds should be done as needed.