Eggplant cutlets get a lot of credit. They can be turned into a sandwich, chopped up and sprinkled on a salad, or broiled with mozzarella and tomato sauce for a quickie chick-Parm.
Soak Hybrid Eggplant seeds with warm water (around 55 C) for 15 minutes with the aim of breaking the seed dormancy period (awakening the seed while accelerating germination). Water used for soaking should be bottled water or boiled water (water that has been boiled and can be drunk). After you have finished soaking during 15 menit, then take the seeds using a filter and wash with clean water (boiled water),then drain / relax (leave the air open to dry on its own, or it can be aerated (exhaled by the wind / fan) to dry quickly), then do the next process.
SEEDING & PLANTING
Prepare seedling containers (places for seeding) that can be in the form of trays, trays, polybags, pots, used tins, etc. To note in the use of seedling containers is the bottom of the container must be given enough holes for smooth circulation of water (so that excess water comes out of the container, so that the seedling media is not muddy or excess water). It could also be the side of the container is given a hole to further facilitate water circulation. Prepare the seedling media which can be a mixture of soil, sand or roasted husk, and compost or manure in a ratio of 1 : 1 : 1 or 2 : 1 : 1.
For simplicity, before being given planting media (soil), first insert the small stones (or rock fragments) into polybag/pot. These stones serve as a buffer for the growing media while preventing drainage holes from clogging. Then fill polybag/pot with planting media up to 75% – 85% part of polybag/pot (meaning not to the full). The planting media used can be in the form of a mixture of soil, sand or fuel husk, and compost or manure with a ratio of 1 : 1 : 1 or 2 : 1 : 1.