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Harvesting And Storing Okra

Harvesting And Storing Okra

Okra matures quickly, especially if you have a summer of hot weather which the plant prefer. Harvesting okra can be tricky, however, because you have to harvest the pods before they become tough. It takes only about four days from the time of flowering to the time to...
Growing Okra In Your Backyard

Growing Okra In Your Backyard

Growing okra Prior to planting, soak the okra seeds in water for 12 to 18 hours to soften its hard seed coat. Soaking aids moisture absorption and germination. Plant okra in the spring or early summer once the threat of frost has passed. To prevent the seeds from...
30 Health Benefits Of Okra (Lady Fingers) Vegetables

30 Health Benefits Of Okra (Lady Fingers) Vegetables

The okra name is derived from Nigeria word okwuru then later became ochra and okra. British people used to called okra as lady finger and it has many other names in different parts of the world. Lady finger serves many benefits to health and its one of super food...
Growing Your Pawpaw

Growing Your Pawpaw

Commonly and erroneously referred to as a “tree”, the plant is properly a large herb growing at the rate of 6 to 10 ft (1.8-3 m) the first year and reaching 20 or even 30 ft (6-9 m) in height, with a hollow green or deep-purple stem becoming 12 to 16 in...