Blonde Okra 2017 Carr

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Blonde Okra 2017 Carr
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Common English name Okra (OSS?)
Latin name Abelmoschus esculentus [1]
Variety Blonde Okra
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Oldest Source Henen Carr
Oldest Source location Huntsville, AL
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Received or Grown out 2017
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Bank Sand Mountain Seed Bank
Containers 44
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Current Quantity 3.8 oz
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Blonde Okra 2017 Carr
Abelmoschus esculentus
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Abelmoschus esculentus NOT FOR SALE Blonde Okra 2017 Carr

Blonde Okra

Abelmoschus esculentus

OS: Henen Carr,
Huntsville, AL

GROWOUT: 2017

NOT FOR SALE
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Okra   Zone:
Blonde Okra
Abelmoschus esculentus
Grown in 2017
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General Description

pale green pods. Plant when weather is warm & settled. Isolate from other okras by 500’. Let pods dry on plant. Harvest pods from 5-10 best plants, before they pop open and drop seed. Remove seed from pods and dry further, store in glass jars in the fridge

History

Acquired From Helen Carr, Master Gardener Conference "2015?"