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Rat Tailed Radish Organic

Rat Tailed Radish Organic

Pod Length: 10-15 cm
Maturity 35-40 days after sowing
Remarks: High yield

Thornless Devil's Fig Organic

Thornless Devil's Fig Organic

Maturity 145-150 days after transplanting
Remarks: Very high yield, long harvest

Green Amaranth Organic

Green Amaranth Organic

Leaf: Green leaf
Marturity: maturity 20-30 days after sowing
Remarks: high yield

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Red Amaranth Organic

Red Amaranth Organic

Leaf: Red-purple leaf
Maturity: 20-30 days after sowing
Remarks: high yield

Thai Local Hot Pepper

Thai Local Hot Pepper

Upright pepper, shiny skin, turn red at maturity
Size: 5-7 cm
Plant height 60-80 cm
Maturity 110-120 days after transplanting
Remarks: strong plant, high yield, good aroma

Red Salad Bowl Organic

Red Salad Bowl – Organic

Leaf: Curl purple leaf
Stem: Big stem
Marturity: 30-40 days after transplanting

Amaranth-Ruby

Large, red, round wrapped leaves, lovely appearance and very good taste. A compact and strong plant. Maturity is in 35-40 days after transplant.

Long Type

Vigorous, high yield, sweet taste, tolerance to deceases. Flesh has light green skin. It is 1,000-1,200 grams in weight, 30-35 cm in length. Maturity is in 65-70 days after sowing.

Bitter Gourd - BG 4713

F1 BG4713
Fruit weight: 500-600g
Fruit size: 6.0-6.5 x 28-30 cm
Fruit shape: Long cylindrical fruit
Fruit color: green
Maturity: 55-60 days from sowing
Remarks: high yield, early maturity

Bitter Gourd - BG 4710

BG4710

Fruit: Glossy dark green color with small shiny curds
Size: 7×30 cm
Weight: 600-700g
Taste: tender, mild bitter
Maturity: 65-70 days after sowing

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An early variety, very vigourous plant, rather sharp leaves. Good tolerance to poor conditions. Maturity is in 35-40 days after transplant.

Amaranth-Skao-Duen

Large somewhat round leaves of light green. Very vigorous and high yielding plant. Maturity is in 35-40 days after transplants

AMARANTH FACTS I: the amaranth family of flowering plants in the order Caryophyllales, with about 60 genera and more than 800 species of herbs, with a few shrubs, trees, and vines, native to tropical America and Africa. The leaves of members of the family usually have nonindented edges.

Flowers may be male or female or contain both types of reproductive structures; several leaflike bracts are present below each flower; and the fruit may be a capsule, utricle, nutlet,drupe, or berry.

Sairoong

An early variety with heart shaped leaves and an attractive red and green color.
Most vigorous growth, and excellent taste & aroma. Maturity is in 35-40 days from transplanting

AMARANTH FACTS: the amaranth family of flowering plants in the order Caryophyllales, with about 60 genera and more than 800 species of herbs, with a few shrubs, trees, and vines, native to tropical America and Africa. The leaves of members of the family usually have nonindented edges.

Flowers may be male or female or contain both types of reproductive structures; several leaflike bracts are present below each flower; and the fruit may be a capsule, utricle, nutlet,drupe, or berry.

Bitter Gourd-CR151

A glossy green color, large fruit, cylindrical in shape with a round end. Plant is vigorous and disease tolerant.
About 25 cm long, 7 cm width, weight 400 g. Fruit reach maturity in 50-55 days.

Strada

Tropical type An early, fast-growing variety, dark green color, long, round end fruit with attractive ribbed, stripes. Flesh is of mild bitterness. Highly tolerant to disease About 34 cm long, 6.5 cm in width weight 440 g. Fruit maturity reached in 55-60 days.

 

GOURD FACTS: Gourd seeds should be planted in a warm, sunny location as soon in the spring as danger from frost has passed, for they require a long growing season to mature fruit andare killed by the first frost of autumn. Well-drained, fertile soil and a trellis, fence, or wall to provide support for the vines aid in the development of well-shaped, unblemished fruits.

Indian Type

BG 4710
Bitter Gourd - BG 4710
BG 4714
Bitter Gourd - BG 4714
BG 4715
Bitter Gourd - BG 4715
BG 4718
Bitter Gourd - BG 4718
BG 4716
Bitter Gourd - BG 4716
BG 4717
Bitter Gourd - BG 4717
BG 4719
Bitter Gourd - BG 4719
BG 611636
Bitter Gourd - BG 611636
BG4722
Bitter Gourd - BG4722
Strada 153
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BG 634636
Bitter Gourd - BG 4719
BG 627635B
Bitter Gourd - BG 611636
BG 4723
Bitter Gourd - bg4723
BG627631
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BG4727
Bitter Gourd - BG4727
BG4710N
Bitter Gourd - BG4710N

White Type

BG 4721
Bitter Gourd - BG 4721

Chinese Type

BG 4713
Bitter Gourd - BG 4713
CR 151
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CR 152
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Variety Comparison Chart
Bitter Gourd Comparison Chart
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Grower's Guide

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The bitter melon (Chinese: ??; pinyin: kugua), also called bitter gourd, karela, balsampear, or balsamapple, is the edible fruit of the tropical and subtropical plant Momordica charantia, named for its bitter taste, considered the most bitter among all edible vegetables. The young shoots and leaves of the plant may be eaten as greens, and are not particularly bitter.

The original home of bitter gourd is not known except that it is a native of the tropics. It is widely grown in South Asia and Southeast Asia, as well as in China and the Caribbean. It is often used in Chinese cooking for its bitter flavour. It is also cultivated extensively all over India and a type of chips called karela chips are quite relished. It is however seldom mixed with other vegetables due to its extreme bitterness.

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Red Holy Basil
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Others

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