ARE THE HYBRID VEGETABLES NUTRITIOUS LIKE THE NATURALLY GROWN UP VEGETABLES?
This question cannot be answered generally. For example, in the lands where the micronutrients are less, though the vegetables grow naturally, some minerals may be less in them. Sometimes the minerals may be more. They may differ in the vegetables of those areas, according to the fertility of the soil. Therefore the turmeric grown in some particular areas are bright and in the other areas, they are dull. Only the fertility in the soil is accumulated in the vegetables as nutrients. Therefore fertility of the soil is to be added artificially in those areas in many ways, where it is low. Putting manures, adding fertility by putting foliages and putting fertilizers in the required measures help. Whatever may be the kind of vegetables, fertilizers and manures should not exceed the limit for getting the required nutrients.