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Bitter gourd (Memordica charantia L.) is one of the most popular vegetable cultivated throughout Asia and extensively grown in India. This vegetable is also known as Bitter melon in other parts of the world. Basically Bitter gourd plant is a vine that has climbing nature and belongs to the family of “Cucurbitaceae”. Bitter gourd is popular due to its nutritious values, medicinal values and excellent health benefits.
Bitter gourd is also used in herbal products
|Common Name||Bitter Grourd, Bitter melon|
|Min QTY||5 Seed|
HOW TO SOW AND PLANT:
Direct Seed: 1/8 inch Deep
Germination: 5-30 Days
|Thin: 4-6 inch Apart||
Light: Full Sun
Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors when soil is warm and temperature does not drop below 65°F. Can also be started indoors 4-6 weeks before planting out. Make successive sowings for continuous summer supplies. Bitter gourd prefers rich well-drained soil.
HOW TO GROW:
Bitter gourd is a warm season crop usually likes moist hot weather. The optimum temperature range of 25°C to 30°C is best for its growth and yield.
Soil Requirement for Bitter Gourd Farming: Bitter gourd can be grown on wide range of soils. However, Sandy loam soils rich in organic matter with good drainage and pH range of 6.5 – 7.0 is suited for bitter gourd cultivation.
Keep plants well-watered during the growing season, especially during dry spells.
Bitter gourd grows well on silty soil on river beds
Manures and Fertilizers in Bitter Gourd Farming: Proper, regular manure and nutrient application will result in good quality of fruits and higher yield.
Monitor for pests and diseases. Check with your local Cooperative Extension Service for pest controls recommended for your area.
HARVEST AND PRESERVING TIPS:
Harvesting in Bitter Gourd Farming: The harvesting in bitter gourd farming starts from 60 to 65 days after sowing the seeds.
Harvesting should be carried out when fruits are young and tender at every alternate day.
Fruits should be harvested carefully without damaging the plant vine.
Unless, it grown for seed purpose, they should not be allowed to ripe on the vines. The harvested bitter gourd can be stored for 2 to 3 days in cool conditions.
Yield in Bitter Gourd Farming: In most of the crops, yield depends on the cultivar (variety), soil type, climatic conditions and farm management practices.
In bitter gourd farming, an average yield of 65 to 100 quintal/ha can be obtained.
DELIVERY IN THE NATION
SEED PACKAGE CABBGE - 2GRAM