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Bonanza 141

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weight: 400 g
length: 4-4.5 cm
Color: green
Flesh: tender and tasty
Fruit: A highly productive, vigorous plant with many strong lateral branches, Flesh is tender and tasty
Maturity: 45 days
Remarks: ridge gourd

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weight: 400 g
length: 4-4.5 cm
Color: green
Flesh: tender and tasty
Fruit: A highly productive, vigorous plant with many strong lateral branches, Flesh is tender and tasty
Maturity: 45 days
Remarks: ridge gourd

 

GOURD FACTS: Gourds – any of the hard-shelled ornamental fruits of certain members of the gourd family, Cucurbitaceae (q.v.), in the order Violales.
In the past, the term gourd was applied only to the fruits of the species Cucurbita pepo, variety ovifera, the yellow-flowered gourd, and to the species Lagenaria siceraria, the bottle, or white-flowered, gourd; both are trailing annual herbs. Many varieties of these species are cultivated as ornamentals and for the utensils, bottles, and pipes that can be made from the fruits of L. siceraria. Other species, or wax gourd (Benincasa hispida), teasel gourd (Cucumis dipsaceus), snake gourd (Trichosanthes anguina), and dishcloth gourd and sponge gourd (species of the genus Luffa), are now included botanically in the term gourd.

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