10 Graines Gombo, Okra, Abelmoschus esculentus
Gombo, okra, abelmoschus esculentus |
The Gombo (Abelmoschus esculentus), called Lalo at theReunion Island and on the island Maurice, Calou In Guyana, Calalou in Haiti, Quimbombó to Cuba or OKRA In Louisiana1 and more generally in the South of the United States, Lady Finger in English-speaking countries, is a kind of tropical plant with original flowers D 'Africa or D'India, close toHibiscus, belonging to Family of Malvaceae2.
Its fruit is a capsule of pyramidal form harvested green and used as vegetable and as condiment. Its transverse section shows five Carpelles which form a regular pentagon. His skin is covered with fluffy bristles.
10 seeds - Average germination: 10 days - 70 % - Dip seeds 24 hours before sowing.
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