Premium Quality Bitter Gourd Seeds / Karela
Bitter gourd Seeds are generally equivalents to this one supernatural vegetable-natural product. It is a tropical plant that has a place with the gourd family and is firmly identified with zucchini, squash, pumpkin, and cucumber. The name comes from its trademark: it gets unpleasant as it ages. Its concentrate is viewed as a staple in Asian cooking. Fortuitously, harsh gourd began in India and was subsequently acquainted with China in the fourteenth century.
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Premium Quality Bitter Gourd Seeds/karela
|✪ Seeds Per Packet||: 20-25|
|✪ Quality||: Best in class germination, Fresh Seeds|
|✪ Common Names||:Bitter gourd, karela(करेला), Karalā(করলা), Pākaṟkāy(பாகற்காய்).|
|✪ Botanical name||: Contai Bolder|
|✪ Family||: Cucurbits|
|✪ Synonyms||: Cucurbits|
|✪ Blooming Time||: Year-round|
|✪ Difficulty Level||: Easy to grow|
|✪ Temperature||: 25-28°C|
|✪ Germinate Time||: 10-15 Days|
|✪ Climate Conditions||: Can be grown in Indian climate/weather conditions|
|✪ Germination rate||: 70% to 90%|
|✪ Precautions||: Please use anti-fungal powder before planting seeds|
|✪ Keep in mind||: keep seeds in an air-tight container when not in use|
|✪ Parental Controls||: Keep a safe distance from children|
How To Plant And Grow Bitter Gourd Seeds?
Germination Process Of Bitter Gourd Seeds
- Soak: Bitter Gourd Seeds have to soak overnight for increasing the germination rate.
- Germination place: You can use a tray for sowing those seeds. At the beginning of germination. But after the reaches 2-3 inches long, it is better to put it in big pots.
- Soil type: clay soil is most preferable for sowing Bitter gourd seeds. While sowing use the mixture of cocopeat, organic fertilizer, and cow dung fertilizer with soil. It increases the nutrients of the soil.
- Temperature: Bitter gourd seeds are a hard seed for that it needs sunny weather and the temperature near around 25°- 28°C.
- Germination time: After sowing it requires 2 weeks to sprout.
- Season: All the season is good for sowing Bitter gourd but summer is the best season to grow it.
- Watering: While germinating you have to water it regularly but do not overwater. water should not stand on the seedling tray.
- Re-Potting: Please Re-pot the plants after the plant height is 15cm.
Note: Keep the seedling tray shaded till the seeds germinate.
Uses Of Potting Mix
- To grow Bitter gourd must be used with a good amount of organic fertilizers and compost.
- While potting soil should be mixed with coco-peat which increases the growth of plants.
- It also makes the root strong.
How To Water
- Remember water is most needed to the root zone so at the first water to the roots.
- You should water the leaves also to the growing plant as it increases the rate of photosynthesis.
- Do not overwater. water only the plant whenever needed especially in the rainy season we do not need to give the water regularly.
- You should water twice as in the morning and in the afternoon but in the rainy season, you should notice that water does not stand in the pot or place where your Bitter gourd plant grows.
- Use a water spray bottle to give water to the plant.
Planting And Care
- Bitter gourd Seeds will grow within 8-10 days.
- After that keep the tray near the window where the wind can pass. Do not keep in under direct sunlight.
- After two weeks you should keep the plant to the direct sunlight for proper growth of the leaves.
- Within 10 to 15 days of the seed sowing, your seedlings will be ready enough to re-potting or raised beds.
- You should be mixed fertilizer in a proper way as garden soil, coco-peat, and vermicompost in the ratio of 1:1:1.
- Bitter gourd Seeds can be harvested 50 to 60 days from the sowing of seeds.
- Avoid disturbing the soil around the plants.
- Keep the soil moist but not over-watered.
- Check for pests and diseases and apply organic solutions.
- If you take proper care of these Bitter gourd Seeds it will continue to produce vegetables for 1-1.5 years.
- It is mainly an outdoor plant but if you want to grow it indoors then you need to take it such a place where the plant gets direct sunlight.
- You should sow Bitter gourd seeds 1/4 to 1/2 inch deep and the gap between two seeds near about 4 to 5 inches apart.
- 12 hours of light is needed to grow that’s for so use grow light or fluorescent light.
- It can be attacked by Thrips, Aphids, Cutworms, Spider mites, Colorado potato bugs, Flea beetles, and Tomato hornworms.
- For that, you can use Organic insecticides – Neem oil and inorganic insecticides – Pele and Actara.
- Also, you can use shampoo or liquid soap mixed with water and spray to the leaves.
- Bitter gourd seeds take 100 to 140 days to harvest if you take care of plants.
- Use neem oil in case of any diseases and while potting use a good amount of organic fertilizer like cocopeat.
- When the fruit is bright, it contains a good color then you can understand that the plants are totally harvested.
- we can pluck Bitter gourd directly from the plants but you should pluck gently.
- you can pluck Bitter gourd with any other gardening tools, it will re-grow again.
- It can vary the harvesting time depends on the quality of seeds.
- It should include in your daily diet.
- It should include in your daily diet.
- It helps to maintain blood sugar levels
- Lowers cholesterol levels.
- To achieve flawless skin, one can eat this.
- It is best for fiber and potassium requirements.
- It is full of vitamin A, Iron, Magnesium, potassium, Zinc, Folate, and Vitamin C which can protect our cells from damage.
- Contains Polypeptide-p which helps to controls Diabetes and Reduce Blood Sugar level.
- It can decrease Cholesterol Levels.
- It has Cancer-Fighting Properties.
- one cup of raw Bitter gourd has only about 20 calories!
- Bitter gourd contains Various anti-Oxidants.
- It contains twice the calcium of spinach and broccoli.
- You can take 20 calories per 100 grams in your diet.
NOTE: It should be avoided by people who are suffering from arthritis issues.
- Both over and under watering can kill your plants: For overwatering root can be rotten and for giving less water, the plant can dry.
- Bitter gourd plants blooming but not produce vegetables: It is caused by two problems first is under watering and the second one is lack of pollination.
- Leaves of Bitter gourd Plants turn Yellow: These problems can arise cause of lack of watering and the second one is lack of nitrogen in the soil.
|Dimensions||12.5 × 10 × 0.2 cm|
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