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Oct 24, 2012

Bottle Gourd Update


Another one ready to be harvested  :)


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6 comments:

  1. I am not sure where you are getting your information, but good topic. I needs to spend some time learning much more or understanding more. Thanks for fantastic info I was looking for this information for my mission.

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  2. @ anonymous - Thanks for your comment. You may see the the disclaimer at the end of each post which is meant to declare the originality of content.

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  3. Can gourd seeds be taken from vegetables to grow plants ?

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  4. Yes you can preserve seeds from a mature gourd but its advisable to buy packaged seeds of a good company as it ensures the quality of gourds you will be getting after putting so much of efforts. I have seen people in my hometown preserving seeds and using them for next season and having good crop also but honestly speaking I have never tried it.

    All the best

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  5. Hi Kavi:I
    Today I happened to see your blog and the same was very very interessting. I have also read your preofifle. I am introducing myself as given below my details of address and phone no. I am 79 years old. Having spent nearly more than 50 years in Delhi, now I have settled down in Bangalore with my daughter. Of late, I have developed a Roofand Garden with about 100 pots of different sizes and growing Flowers, Vegetables and greens. I regulaarly take guidance from Geekgardner and Gaurav Chordia for any problem or information. On receipt of youre confdirmation, I shall send some of my garden photos to you so that we can keep in touch having similar interest. I lived in Janakpuri for nearly 20 years and befsdore that I lived in RK Puiram, NESE II. I worked in Birlas (AV Birlla Group) and a prominent Social Worker while in Delhi.

    With best wishes --- r.k.rajagopalan



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  6. Many Thanks for your kind words Mr.Rajagopalan. I am honored that you stopped by and left a comment. It is great to be in touch with you. Am sure I too will be able to learn from your experience of developing such a rooftop garden and growing vegetables. Sharing pictures is a great idea and will look forward to your mail.

    You can also join my blog in the followers section(top right side)for all the updates. We can of course be in touch on my mail Id - itskaivizdreamzone@gmail.com

    Would love to hear from you.

    Warm Regards

    Kavita

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