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  1. Access Agriculture Training Video Harvest the soft okra every two days, so they don’t become ripe. But leave the smallest ones for the next harvest. If you leave the pods on the plant to become ripe, this takes energy from the plant and slows down new growth. An okra plant whose pods are...
  2. 1979-01-01 This bulletin provides background, nutritional information and planting instructions for a large number of vegetables--including pumpkin, yam, cowpea, cucumber, okra--grown in Bangladesh. Illustrations of planting techniques and of the vegetables themselves are provided.
  3. 1978-01-01 The purpose of this series of bulletins is to furnish information about vegetables that can be grown in the hot, humid Topics. The vegetables covered are either not well known, at least with respect to some uses, or not well distributed, but are productive during tropical rainy seasons. The...
  4. Leafy greens Edible parts -Pods, Flowers, Seeds, Leaves, Vegetable A tropical annual herb. It grows erect, often with hairy stems. It mostly grows about 1 m tall but can be 3.5 m tall. It becomeswoody at the base. The leaves have long stalks up to 30 cm long. Leaves vary in shape but are roughly...
  5. Okra merits more extensive use in the Tropics in the home garden, on the small farm, and at the large agricultural-enterprise level. In this publication, the value of okra for the hot, humid Tropics is emphasized.
  6. 2019-03-20 This book is designed as a simple introduction to the more common food plants of the Philippines. It is hoped people will take greater pride and interest in these plants and become confident and informed about how to grow and use them. Many of the local food plants that occur in every country are...
  7. Access Agriculture Training Video Too much drought can slow down growth and cause young fruits to fall. Water your okra regularly to avoid slowing down its growth. Get rid of weeds. Nourish okra crops by periodically applying a little compost, well-rotted manure or litter around the base of each...