Ridge gourd

8 products

  • East West Naga Ridge Gourd Seeds - 50 GM East West Naga F1 Ridge Gourd Seeds - 50 GM

    East West East West Naga F1 Ridge Gourd Seeds

    East West Naga F1 Ridge Gourd Seeds shows an excellent performance, high yields with a high percentage of straight fruits. Its plant growth is vigorous and the hybrid adapts well to a wide range of growing conditions.  Plant type : Strong and vigorousFruit Type : Long with deep ridgesFruit Shape : Cylindrical & UniformFruit Length : 35 to 45 CMFruit Color : Attractive greenFruit Weight : 200 to 220 Gm.First harvest after sowing - 50 - 55 days Sowing spacing R-R : 6-8 ft ; P-P : 1 ft Special Remarks :The information offered here is for reference only and depends exclusively on soil type and climatic conditions. Always refer to product labels and accompanying leaflets for complete product details and directions for use.

    Rs. 731.00 - Rs. 7,150.00

  • VNR Aarti Ridge Gourdridge Gourd - 50 GM VNR Aarti Ridge Gourdridge Gourd - 50 GM

    VNR Seeds VNR Aarti Ridge Gourdridge Gourd - 50 GM

    Tender and attractive green fruits Extended harvest variety, high yield potential Uniform fruit quality Sowing Period: June-July Sowing Period 2: Jan-Feb First Harvest: 50-55 days Seed Quantity/acre: 1-2 kg Sowing Distance b/w plants: 90 cm Sowing Depth: 2-3 cm Physical Features: Colour: Attractive Green Shape: Elongated Average length: 25-30 cms Width-2.4 inches Weight: 200-225 gms

    Rs. 670.00

  • Nunhems Us 6001 Ridge Gourd Seeds - Pack of 250 Seeds - Agriplex Nunhems Us 6001 Ridge Gourd Seeds - Pack of 250 Seeds - Agriplex

    Nunhems Nunhems Us 6001 Ridge Gourd Seeds - Pack of 250 Seeds

    Nunhems US 6001 F1 Hybrid Seeds Grow high-yielding ridge gourds with Nunhems US 6001 F1 Hybrid Seeds!  These vegetable seeds are known for producing:  Early harvests: Enjoy your homegrown ridge gourds in just 48-52 days (about 1 month 3 weeks) after planting.  Abundant yield: Get ready for a bountiful harvest thanks to the seeds' strong plant vigor.  Key Features & Benefits:  F1 Hybrid: This variety boasts reliable germination and consistent plant growth.  Dark green, ridged gourds: The mature gourds reach 45-50cm (about 1.64 ft) in length and 4-5cm (about 1.97 in) in diameter, with 8-9 prominent ridges. Their dark green color makes them visually appealing.  Tender and flavorful: These gourds have a delicious taste and a pleasantly tender texture.  Excellent storage: The gourds have a good shelf life, allowing you to enjoy them for longer.    Land Preparation:      Choose a Sunny Location: Select a sunny location with well-drained soil. Gourds won't tolerate soggy conditions, so avoid planting them in areas that tend to flood or have poor drainage.  Prepare the Soil: The ideal soil for gourds is fertile, well-drained, and loamy or sandy. A soil pH between 6.0 and 7.0 is preferred.  Amend the Soil (optional): If your soil is not fertile or well-drained, you can amend it before planting. Here's how: Add organic matter: Apply decomposed manure or compost to the planting area at a rate of 10-12 tons per hectare. You can also add aged manure to the planting holes.  Improve drainage: If your soil is heavy clay, you can improve drainage by adding sand or other organic matter. Raised beds are another option for improving drainage in poorly drained soils.  Tilling and Weeding: Begin preparing the land 3-4 weeks before planting. Till the soil to a fine tilth, which is a loose, crumbly condition that is easy for plant roots to penetrate. Remove any weeds or debris from the planting area.   Sowing     Sowing Time:  Sowing Nunhems US 6001 F1 Hybrid Seeds prefers warm weather. Aim for planting in the spring or summer months after the danger of frost has passed.  Some regions may have a second planting window during the rainy season.  Seed Selection:  Choose high-quality Nunhems US 6001 F1 Hybrid Seeds from a reputable source. Consider factors like variety, maturity time, and disease resistance.  Direct Sowing vs. Transplanting:  Some gourds, like bottle gourds and luffa, thrive with direct sowing in prepared planting holes.  Other varieties, like sponge gourds, may benefit from starting Nunhems US 6001 F1 Hybrid seedlings indoors in pots before transplanting outdoors.  Planting Depth:  Follow the recommended planting depth for your specific gourd variety. It's usually around 1-2 inches deep.  Seed Spacing:  Each planting hole should hold the recommended number of Nunhems US 6001 F1 Hybrid seeds for your chosen gourd variety. Thin seedlings later if necessary to maintain proper spacing for mature plants.  Watering:  Water the planting area thoroughly after sowing Nunhems US 6001 F1 Hybrid seedlings to ensure good seed-to-soil contact and promote germination.   Transplanting:      Timing is Crucial: Transplant Nunhems US 6001 F1 Hybrid seedlings when they have developed 4-5 true leaves, typically around 2-3 weeks after sowing.  Harden Them Up: Before transplanting, harden off your seedlings for a week or two. Gradually expose them to increased sunlight, wind, and cooler temperatures to mimic outdoor conditions. This reduces transplant shock.  Prepare the Planting Area: Ensure the chosen location has well-drained, fertile soil amended with compost or manure if needed. Space the planting holes according to your specific Nunhems US 6001 F1 Hybrid variety.  Dig Carefully: When removing seedlings from their pots or trays, gently loosen the soil and lift the entire root ball to minimize root damage.  Plant at the Right Depth: Dig a hole deep enough to accommodate the seedling's root ball. Plant the seedling so the lowest true leaves are slightly above the soil surface.  Water Well: Water the newly transplanted Nunhems US 6001 F1 Hybrid seedlings thoroughly to settle the soil around the roots and eliminate air pockets.  Continuing Care: Provide regular watering during the initial establishment period, especially during hot or dry weather. Monitor for signs of transplant shock, such as wilti0ng, and provide shade if necessary.  Harvesting Gourds     Look for Signs: Generally, gourds are ready for harvest when the stem begins to brown and dry out. The skin may also change color, becoming dull or developing a yellowish tinge for some varieties.  Tenderness Test (for culinary gourds): For gourds consumed fresh, gently press the skin with your thumb. If it yields slightly, it's ready for picking. A hard, unyielding skin indicates it needs more time.  Sharp is Best: Use sharp pruners or shears to cut the gourd from the vine. Leave a short stem attached (about 1-2 inches) to help prevent rot during storage.  Timing is Key: For continuous harvest, pick gourds regularly at the recommended stage. This encourages the plant to produce more fruits. Leaving gourds on the vine for too long can hinder further production.  Avoid Frost: Don't wait for frost to harvest your gourds. Frost can damage the fruits and shorten their storage life.  Drying Gourds: If you're harvesting gourds for crafting purposes, allow them to dry completely on the vine before picking. This can take several weeks. Signs of dryness include a completely brown and papery stem and a lightweight feel to the gourd.  Ripening: If your melons are slightly underripe, you can try to ripen them at room temperature for a day or two. However, don't expect them to ripen significantly if they're picked too early. 

    Rs. 480.00

  • East West New Lu 730 Ridge Gourd Seeds East West New Lu 730 Ridge Gourd Seeds

    East West East West New LU 730 Ridge Gourd Seeds

    Fruit: New Lu Ridge Gourd gives Long and with deep ridged fruits, attractive green color Fruit Length - 40-45 cm length. Average fruit Weight: 200-220 gm Harvesting: 45-50 days of seed sowing. Recommended For Sowing:Kharif & Rabi: Andaman And Nicobar Islands, Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Delhi, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Jammu &Kashmir, Karnataka, Telangana, Madhya Pradesh Late Rabi & Summer: Gujarat, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram, Punjab, Orissa, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Tripura, Telangana, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh And West Bengal And Kerala Seeds Imported, Packed And Marketed By: East West Seeds India Pvt. Ltd.

    Rs. 580.00 - Rs. 5,600.00

  • Mahyco Ridgegourd Mahy 7 Seeds - 50 GM

    Mahyco Mahyco Ridgegourd Mahy 7 Seeds - 50 GM

    This variety bearing shiny, long, green fruit with prominent ridges is an excellent prolific hybrid with many laterals along with high yield potential. An average seed rate in Ridge gourd farming is about 5 kg to 6 kg / ha. the average yield is 39t/acre.

    Rs. 468.00

  • FITO Nargis Ridge Gourd Seeds - Agriplex FITO Nargis Ridge Gourd Seeds - Agriplex

    Fito Seeds FITO Nargis Ridge Gourd Seeds

    FITO Nargis Ridge Gourd Seeds are a great option for gardeners looking for a prolific and high-yielding variety & great choice for home gardeners who want to grow high-quality ridge gourds quickly and easily.   Key Features:  F1 Hybrid: This indicates it's a first-generation hybrid variety, known for vigor and uniformity in the plants.  Early Maturing: Starts fruiting in just 40-45 days after sowing, allowing for a quicker harvest.  Cylindrical Shape: Produces long, almost cylindrical gourds (40-45cm) with a smooth and attractive look.  Dark Green Skin: Eye-catching dark green colored gourds.  Straight Ridges: The gourds have prominent, straight ridges.  Slow Seed Maturity: Allows for longer harvesting window as the seeds mature slowly within the gourd.  High Yielding: Prolific bearer, producing a large quantity of gourds per plant.  Good Transport: The gourds have good resistance to handling and transportation damage.  Bitter-Free: You can enjoy these gourds without any bitterness.  Benefits:  Faster Harvest: Get your homegrown ridge gourds quicker with the early maturation period.  Visually Appealing Gourds: The long, cylindrical shape and dark green skin make these gourds attractive for both eating and decorating.  Easier Peeling: The straight ridges may make peeling the gourds slightly easier.  More Gourds to Enjoy: High yield means more gourds for you and your family to consume or share.  Reduced Waste: Slower seed maturity allows you to harvest the gourds at the perfect stage without worrying about them getting bitter too quickly.  Great for Transportation: If you plan to sell or share your harvest, these gourds will travel well.  Enjoyable Taste: No bitterness means you can fully enjoy the flavor of these gourds.    Land Preparation:      Choose a Sunny Location: Select a sunny location with well-drained soil. Gourds won't tolerate soggy conditions, so avoid planting them in areas that tend to flood or have poor drainage.  Prepare the Soil: The ideal soil for gourds is fertile, well-drained, and loamy or sandy. A soil pH between 6.0 and 7.0 is preferred.  Amend the Soil (optional): If your soil is not fertile or well-drained, you can amend it before planting. Here's how: Add organic matter: Apply decomposed manure or compost to the planting area at a rate of 10-12 tons per hectare. You can also add aged manure to the planting holes.  Improve drainage: If your soil is heavy clay, you can improve drainage by adding sand or other organic matter. Raised beds are another option for improving drainage in poorly drained soils.  Tilling and Weeding: Begin preparing the land 3-4 weeks before planting. Till the soil to a fine tilth, which is a loose, crumbly condition that is easy for plant roots to penetrate. Remove any weeds or debris from the planting area.   Sowing     Sowing Time:  Sowing Fito Nargis Ridge Gourd prefers warm weather. Aim for planting in the spring or summer months after the danger of frost has passed.  Some regions may have a second planting window during the rainy season.  Seed Selection:  Choose high-quality Fito Nargis Ridge Gourd seeds from a reputable source. Consider factors like variety, maturity time, and disease resistance.  Direct Sowing vs. Transplanting:  Some gourds, like bottle gourds and luffa, thrive with direct sowing in prepared planting holes.  Other varieties, like sponge gourds, may benefit from starting Fito Nargis Ridge Gourd seedlings indoors in pots before transplanting outdoors.  Planting Depth:  Follow the recommended planting depth for your specific gourd variety. It's usually around 1-2 inches deep.  Seed Spacing:  Each planting hole should hold the recommended number of Fito Nargis Ridge Gourd seeds for your chosen gourd variety. Thin seedlings later if necessary to maintain proper spacing for mature plants.  Watering:  Water the planting area thoroughly after sowing Fito Nargis Ridge Gourd seedlings to ensure good seed-to-soil contact and promote germination.   Transplanting:      Timing is Crucial: Transplant Fito Nargis Ridge Gourd seedlings when they have developed 4-5 true leaves, typically around 2-3 weeks after sowing.  Harden Them Up: Before transplanting, harden off your seedlings for a week or two. Gradually expose them to increased sunlight, wind, and cooler temperatures to mimic outdoor conditions. This reduces transplant shock.  Prepare the Planting Area: Ensure the chosen location has well-drained, fertile soil amended with compost or manure if needed. Space the planting holes according to your specific Fito Nargis Ridge Gourd variety.  Dig Carefully: When removing seedlings from their pots or trays, gently loosen the soil and lift the entire root ball to minimize root damage.  Plant at the Right Depth: Dig a hole deep enough to accommodate the seedling's root ball. Plant the seedling so the lowest true leaves are slightly above the soil surface.  Water Well: Water the newly transplanted Fito Nargis Ridge Gourd seedlings thoroughly to settle the soil around the roots and eliminate air pockets.  Continuing Care: Provide regular watering during the initial establishment period, especially during hot or dry weather. Monitor for signs of transplant shock, such as wilti0ng, and provide shade if necessary.  Harvesting Gourds     Look for Signs: Generally, gourds are ready for harvest when the stem begins to brown and dry out. The skin may also change color, becoming dull or developing a yellowish tinge for some varieties.  Tenderness Test (for culinary gourds): For gourds consumed fresh, gently press the skin with your thumb. If it yields slightly, it's ready for picking. A hard, unyielding skin indicates it needs more time.  Sharp is Best: Use sharp pruners or shears to cut the gourd from the vine. Leave a short stem attached (about 1-2 inches) to help prevent rot during storage.  Timing is Key: For continuous harvest, pick gourds regularly at the recommended stage. This encourages the plant to produce more fruits. Leaving gourds on the vine for too long can hinder further production.  Avoid Frost: Don't wait for frost to harvest your gourds. Frost can damage the fruits and shorten their storage life.  Drying Gourds: If you're harvesting gourds for crafting purposes, allow them to dry completely on the vine before picking. This can take several weeks. Signs of dryness include a completely brown and papery stem and a lightweight feel to the gourd.  Ripening: If your melons are slightly underripe, you can try to ripen them at room temperature for a day or two. However, don't expect them to ripen significantly if they're picked too early. 

    Rs. 196.00 - Rs. 4,680.00

  • FITO Rekha Ridgegourd Seeds - Agriplex FITO Rekha Ridgegourd Seeds - Agriplex

    Fito Seeds FITO Rekha Ridgegourd Seeds

    FITO Rekha Ridge Gourd Seeds are a good option for gardeners who want to grow long, slender ridge gourds with a high yield. They are also a good choice for those who are looking for disease-resistant seeds.   Key Features & Benefits:  Tender Straight Long Fruit: These ridge gourds grow long and slender, with an average size of 40-50 cm (about half the length of a baseball bat). Their narrow, cylindrical shape makes them ideal for slicing and stir-frying  High Yielding: FITO Rekha Ridge Gourd Seeds are known for producing a bountiful harvest. The plants are vigorous and bear continuously throughout the season.  Dark Green Color: The gourds have a deep, rich green color, which indicates freshness and good quality.  Disease Resistant: These seeds are resistant to many common diseases that can plague ridge gourd plants.    Land Preparation:      Choose a Sunny Location: Select a sunny location with well-drained soil. Gourds won't tolerate soggy conditions, so avoid planting them in areas that tend to flood or have poor drainage.  Prepare the Soil: The ideal soil for gourds is fertile, well-drained, and loamy or sandy. A soil pH between 6.0 and 7.0 is preferred.  Amend the Soil (optional): If your soil is not fertile or well-drained, you can amend it before planting. Here's how: Add organic matter: Apply decomposed manure or compost to the planting area at a rate of 10-12 tons per hectare. You can also add aged manure to the planting holes.  Improve drainage: If your soil is heavy clay, you can improve drainage by adding sand or other organic matter. Raised beds are another option for improving drainage in poorly drained soils.  Tilling and Weeding: Begin preparing the land 3-4 weeks before planting. Till the soil to a fine tilth, which is a loose, crumbly condition that is easy for plant roots to penetrate. Remove any weeds or debris from the planting area.   Sowing     Sowing Time:  Sowing Fito Rekha Ridge Gourd prefers warm weather. Aim for planting in the spring or summer months after the danger of frost has passed.  Some regions may have a second planting window during the rainy season.  Seed Selection:  Choose high-quality Fito Rekha Ridge Gourd seeds from a reputable source. Consider factors like variety, maturity time, and disease resistance.  Direct Sowing vs. Transplanting:  Some gourds, like bottle gourds and luffa, thrive with direct sowing in prepared planting holes.  Other varieties, like sponge gourds, may benefit from starting Fito Rekha Ridge Gourd seedlings indoors in pots before transplanting outdoors.  Planting Depth:  Follow the recommended planting depth for your specific gourd variety. It's usually around 1-2 inches deep.  Seed Spacing:  Each planting hole should hold the recommended number of Fito Rekha Ridge Gourd seeds for your chosen gourd variety. Thin seedlings later if necessary to maintain proper spacing for mature plants.  Watering:  Water the planting area thoroughly after sowing Fito Rekha Ridge Gourd seedlings to ensure good seed-to-soil contact and promote germination.   Transplanting:      Timing is Crucial: Transplant Fito Rekha Ridge Gourd seedlings when they have developed 4-5 true leaves, typically around 2-3 weeks after sowing.  Harden Them Up: Before transplanting, harden off your seedlings for a week or two. Gradually expose them to increased sunlight, wind, and cooler temperatures to mimic outdoor conditions. This reduces transplant shock.  Prepare the Planting Area: Ensure the chosen location has well-drained, fertile soil amended with compost or manure if needed. Space the planting holes according to your specific Fito Rekha Ridge Gourd variety.  Dig Carefully: When removing seedlings from their pots or trays, gently loosen the soil and lift the entire root ball to minimize root damage.  Plant at the Right Depth: Dig a hole deep enough to accommodate the seedling's root ball. Plant the seedling so the lowest true leaves are slightly above the soil surface.  Water Well: Water the newly transplanted Fito Rekha Ridge Gourd seedlings thoroughly to settle the soil around the roots and eliminate air pockets.  Continuing Care: Provide regular watering during the initial establishment period, especially during hot or dry weather. Monitor for signs of transplant shock, such as wilti0ng, and provide shade if necessary.  Harvesting Gourds     Look for Signs: Generally, gourds are ready for harvest when the stem begins to brown and dry out. The skin may also change color, becoming dull or developing a yellowish tinge for some varieties.  Tenderness Test (for culinary gourds): For gourds consumed fresh, gently press the skin with your thumb. If it yields slightly, it's ready for picking. A hard, unyielding skin indicates it needs more time.  Sharp is Best: Use sharp pruners or shears to cut the gourd from the vine. Leave a short stem attached (about 1-2 inches) to help prevent rot during storage.  Timing is Key: For continuous harvest, pick gourds regularly at the recommended stage. This encourages the plant to produce more fruits. Leaving gourds on the vine for too long can hinder further production.  Avoid Frost: Don't wait for frost to harvest your gourds. Frost can damage the fruits and shorten their storage life.  Drying Gourds: If you're harvesting gourds for crafting purposes, allow them to dry completely on the vine before picking. This can take several weeks. Signs of dryness include a completely brown and papery stem and a lightweight feel to the gourd.  Ripening: If your melons are slightly underripe, you can try to ripen them at room temperature for a day or two. However, don't expect them to ripen significantly if they're picked too early. 

    Rs. 479.00 - Rs. 7,056.00

  • Seedworks Ridgegourd 1214 Seeds - 50GM

    Seedworks Seedworks Ridgegourd 1214 Seeds - 50GM

    Seeds Count 20 Common Name Ridge Gourd, Luffa, Dodka, Turai  Height Bitter Melon produces vines that grow 15 to 20 feet. Flower Colour Yellow Bloom Time Summer, rainy, winter Difficulty Easy to grow

    Rs. 606.00

Ridge gourd - Agriplex

Cultivate a Bountiful Ridge Gourd Harvest: Seeds for Every Farming Need

Elevate your farming operation with our diverse selection of high-quality ridge gourd (turai) seeds! Whether you're a seasoned grower or just starting your agricultural journey, we have the perfect seeds to get you going.

Choose from a range of ridge gourd seed varieties:

  • Open-Pollinated: These heritage seeds are perfect for saving seeds for future plantings and offer natural resistance to diseases.
  • Hybrid Varieties: Boasting high yields, improved disease resistance, and uniformity in size and shape, these commercially focused seeds are ideal for large-scale farming.

All our seeds:

  • Deliver exceptional germination rates for a robust crop.
  • Are available at competitive prices, ensuring a profitable harvest.

Cultivate with Confidence:

Our comprehensive seed descriptions provide valuable information on each variety:

  • Maturity days to plan your planting schedule.
  • Yield potential to estimate your harvest size.
  • Disease resistance to select the right seeds for your climate.

Take your ridge gourd farming to the next level! Order your seeds today!

Conclusion

Don't wait any longer! Start growing your own delicious and nutritious ridge gourds today.  Browse our extensive collection of ridge gourd seeds, choose the variety that best suits your farming needs, and experience the satisfaction of a bountiful harvest.  Order now and get ready to enjoy the fresh taste of homegrown ridge gourds!

FAQs

What are the different types of ridge gourd seeds available?

We offer two main types of ridge gourd seeds:

  • Open-pollinated: These are heirloom seeds, perfect for saving seeds for future plantings. They are known for their natural resistance to diseases.
  • Hybrid varieties: Bred for high yields, improved disease resistance, and uniformity in size and shape, these are ideal for large-scale farming.

What is the germination rate of your ridge gourd seeds?

Our seeds boast excellent germination rates, ensuring a successful start to your ridge gourd harvest.

What information is included in your seed descriptions?

Each seed variety description provides valuable details to help you choose the perfect option for your farming needs. This includes:

  • Maturity days: This helps you plan your planting schedule to optimize your harvest window.
  • Yield potential: Estimate the quantity of ridge gourds you can expect from each variety.
  • Disease resistance: Select seeds with resistance to diseases common in your climate for a healthier crop.

How do I order ridge gourd seeds?

Simply browse our selection online and choose the variety that best suits your needs. We offer competitive prices to ensure a profitable harvest.

Do you have any resources to help me grow ridge gourds?

In addition to our detailed seed descriptions, many online resources offer guidance on growing ridge gourds. We recommend searching for "[growing ridge gourds]" to find helpful information.

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