Bitter gourd, which is known in the Philippines as ampalaya, is an annual plant that is native in this country. It is botanically known as. AMPALAYA FARMER USES ORGANIC INPUT TO BOOST HIS PRODUCTION usually has a modest harvest decided to use an organic foliar fertilizer; it almost doubled the output of his ampalaya or bitter gourd plantation. The ampalaya plants of Leonardo are producing healthy tops which are readily bought by local buyers – providing him with additional income.
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Introduction Bitter gourd, which is known in the Philippines as ampalaya, is an annual plant producttion is native in this country. Cut the longer tip of the seed with a nail cutter to facilitate absorption of water. Growing Season Although the crop can be grown throughout the year, the most profitable growing seasons are from October to December and from May to July because most of the areas are being planted to rice during these periods.
Technoguide for Ampalaya Production Part 1 | Juan Magsasaka | Provides Free Farming Guides and Tips
Weeding is done when need arises. Symptoms are deformed fruits, fruits with holes that turn orange or yellow prematurely. A well- pulverized soil promotes good soil aeration and enhances root formation. Land Preparation A good land preparation is very important ampaalya ampalaya culture.
Harvest when the fruits are green. The ampalaya plants of Leonardo are producing healthy tops which are readily bought by local buyers — providing him with producton income from his farm.
Setting Up Your Garden: Soil analysis is a must for commercial planting. For coughs, productiin, worms, diarrhea, diabetes, juice the Ampalaya leaves and drink a spoonful every day. Proper sowing of seeds. From Grassland to Nature Park. Neighboring plantation should also be sprayed at the same time.
Plant the crop once every two years in the same area. The seedlings weaken and elongate with too much water. After continuously using the product, Leonardo claimed that he was able to complete the building of his house due to the profit he made from selling his crop.
Although the crop producction be grown throughout the year, the most profitable growing seasons are from October to December and from May to July because most of the areas are being planted to rice during these periods. Establishment of Budwood Garden or Scion Grove.
Ampalaya can be directly seeded or transplanted. Preparations for Planting Forages for Goat Feed. Wrapping reduce the use of pesticides.
Production Guide on Ampalaya
The volume of medium in each hole contains enough nutrients to sustain the seedling until transplanting time. Emergence can be hastened by pre-germinating the seeds. The horizontal support of abaca twine is place before the vine reaches the top with a 6-inch mesh.
Fill the holes of the tray with the medium, and slightly compact it using your palm. The soft-spoken, year-old Leonardo said he lroduction already convinced the other farmers living near his farm to use the product, adding that this is his modest form of assistance to fellow local farmers. Two types of ampalaya are being grown locally.
Site Selection and Land Preparation. For other ailments, provuction fruit and leaves can both be juiced and taken orally. Technoguide for Ampalaya Production Part 2. Safe Pesticides is the Answer to a Plague of Caterpillars.
Rita type, which is long, dark green and less warty and the Pinakbet type which is short and warty and much bitter in flavor.
It can be grown anytime of the year for its edible shoots and fruits and offers a good supply of vitamins and minerals. Planting Ampalaya can be direct seeded or transplanted.