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Nunhems Rushaan Bitter gourd - 250SEEDS

विवरण

Nunhems Rushaan Bitter Gourd Seeds is a high-yielding hybrid bitter gourd variety developed by Nunhems. It offers several advantages for both growers and traders 

Key Features & Benefits 

  • High-yielding hybrid: Produces a large amount of bitter gourd compared to open-pollinated varieties. 
  • Disease resistance: Nunhems Rushaan Bitter Gourd is resistant to leaf curl virus and powdery mildew, which can devastate bitter gourd crops. 
  • Fruit size and color: Dark green, spindle-shaped fruit with a length of 12-14 centimeters. This site is appealing to consumers and can be sold in multiple segments (small-spiny and medium-spiny). 
  • Strong spines: The spines stay intact even during transport, protecting the fruit and reducing spoilage. This is a major benefit for traders who need to ship the bitter gourd long distances. 
  • Freshness: Maintains firmness and freshness even after picking, making it appealing to consumers. 
  • Plant vigor: Nunhems Rushaan Bitter Gourds are strong plant habit, which can contribute to overall crop health and yield. 
  • Maturity period: Reaches maturity in 52-55 days, allowing for multiple harvests throughout the growing season.  

  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: 
  • Most gourds prefer 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 Rushaan Bitter 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 Nunhems Rushaan Bitter 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 Nunhems Rushaan Bitter 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 Nunhems Rushaan Bitter Gourd seedlings to ensure good seed-to-soil contact and promote germination. 

 Transplanting:     

  • Timing is Crucial: Transplant Nunhems Rushaan Bitter 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 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 Nunhems Rushaan Bitter 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 wilting, and provide shade if necessary. 

Harvesting Bitter 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. 
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विवरण

Nunhems Rushaan Bitter Gourd Seeds is a high-yielding hybrid bitter gourd variety developed by Nunhems. It offers several advantages for both growers and traders 

Key Features & Benefits 

  • High-yielding hybrid: Produces a large amount of bitter gourd compared to open-pollinated varieties. 
  • Disease resistance: Nunhems Rushaan Bitter Gourd is resistant to leaf curl virus and powdery mildew, which can devastate bitter gourd crops. 
  • Fruit size and color: Dark green, spindle-shaped fruit with a length of 12-14 centimeters. This site is appealing to consumers and can be sold in multiple segments (small-spiny and medium-spiny). 
  • Strong spines: The spines stay intact even during transport, protecting the fruit and reducing spoilage. This is a major benefit for traders who need to ship the bitter gourd long distances. 
  • Freshness: Maintains firmness and freshness even after picking, making it appealing to consumers. 
  • Plant vigor: Nunhems Rushaan Bitter Gourds are strong plant habit, which can contribute to overall crop health and yield. 
  • Maturity period: Reaches maturity in 52-55 days, allowing for multiple harvests throughout the growing season.  

  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: 
  • Most gourds prefer 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 Rushaan Bitter 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 Nunhems Rushaan Bitter 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 Nunhems Rushaan Bitter 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 Nunhems Rushaan Bitter Gourd seedlings to ensure good seed-to-soil contact and promote germination. 

 Transplanting:     

  • Timing is Crucial: Transplant Nunhems Rushaan Bitter 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 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 Nunhems Rushaan Bitter 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 wilting, and provide shade if necessary. 

Harvesting Bitter 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. 

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