All-America winner in 1939.
Most popular okra. 3-5' mildly bushy stalks bearing quality, straight spineless 6-9" pods with a 2" diameter.
Rich green color. Prolific producer.
BOTANICAL NAME: Abelmoschus esculentus.
Quick-growing warm-weather plant; sow ¼" deep after danger of frost past in warm soil. Don't transplant. Does well in any soil. A greedy feeder which prefers well-prepared, well-drained, and sunny soil. Always hungry for nitrogen. Not a favorite of insects. Harvest when pods are soft and the seeds only partly grown-best when about 2-3" long. Harvest every day.
GROW BIOINTENSIVE® CULTURAL INFORMATION: H, W/Matures 7-8/Harvest 13/Yield 30-120/Spacing 12"
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION : Tolerates hot weather