The temperature of water required for Water Chestnut should be around 12 to 15 degrees celsius.
Gently-sloped land with low spots where water can be easily collected is perfect for Water Chestnut farming.
It requires an adequate amount of poultry manure, and nitrogen, calcium, and magnesium is also needed for proper growth.
Indian, Chinese and European varieties are the most common among Water Chestnuts.
The harvesting process is carried out from September to November, and it is commonly done manually.
Water Chestnuts gives 2500-3800 kg output from one hectare of land and this yield can be boosted to 5000 kg.