Apple Gourd 2013 Stackhouse

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Apple Gourd 2013 Stackhouse
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Common English name Bottle gourd (Lagenaria siceraria) (OSS?)
Latin name Lagenaria siceraria [1]
Variety Apple Gourd
Research Wikispecies NCBI
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Last Growout
Grower Dove Stackhouse
Growout Location Geraldine, AL
Growout Coordinates
Zone 7
Selected Traits
Received or Grown out 2013
Next Growout Deadline
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Plant Growth Habit
Plant size 20' vines
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fruit
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Fruit-Legume-Tuber
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Shape hard shelled, Apple Shaped Gourd
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Use (Fresh or Dry)
Stringless?
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Average Weight
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Resistance insect resistant
Inventory
Verified by: Dove Stackhouse
Bank Sand Mountain Seed Bank
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Apple Gourd 2013 Stackhouse
Lagenaria siceraria
NOT FOR SALE
Lagenaria siceraria NOT FOR SALE Apple Gourd 2013 Stackhouse

Apple Gourd

Lagenaria siceraria

GROWER: Dove Stackhouse,
Geraldine, AL

GROWOUT: 2013

NOT FOR SALE
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Bottle gourd (Lagenaria siceraria)   Zone: 7
Apple Gourd
Lagenaria siceraria
Grown by
Dove Stackhouse
in Geraldine, AL
2013
Sand Mountain Seed Bank
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General Description

100-120 days, hard shelled, Apple Shaped Gourd, 20' vines, insect resistant, plant when weather is warm and settled,. isolate from other gourds by 800'. Harvest in late fall when stems turn corky. Store in dry place & cure for 6 mo. until shell is hard & brown befor removing seeds. Dry seeds until, they snap when bent. Store in glass jars in fridge.

History

From a commercial source,,, Harris Seed?