Plant name: Lal bhaji
Botanical name: Amaranthus cruentus
Lal Bhaji in English: – Red amaranth, Red calico plant, Red spinach.
Another common name (In Hindi) – Lal saag, Lal choulai, Tambdi bhaji (Red leaf vegetable), Lal math bhaji.
Amaranthus cruentus is a species of flowering plant, used as a leafy vegetable. It is one of three Amaranthus species cultivated for use as a vegetable. Many types of tasty and nutritious dishes are made using these leafy vegetables.
It is not a staple food but is cooked and eaten like other leafy vegetables. Its seeds are also used as cereals (grain), which have been used as porridge and flour since ancient times.
Plant descriptions of Lal Bhaji
Plant – Its plant is soft twigs with a height from 1 foot to 4 feet.
Leaf – The leaves of this plant are soft and soft with a red, light pink color.
Stem – soft to reddish pink and hardness comes on maturing.
Seed – Its seeds are hard covered with black color, and it is smaller than the seeds of millets crops.
Root – It is a small size with a torrential root and supporting roots to a depth of 4 to 6 inches.
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