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Vegetables should be irrigated at an interval of eight to ten days.

Watering vegetables at the right time is essential to their growth and water retention. Growers should irrigate vegetables at an interval of eight to ten days. As the temperature in summer intensifies, so does the humidity. Therefore, farmers should not show any negligence in irrigating vegetables and continue to irrigate vegetables at intervals of eight to ten days. However, this interval can be adjusted to 4 to 5 days in weak soil.
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