Also called Gombo, Bamja, Quiabo, Ketmia, Quingambo
48 pages. Formato 17x24. Illustrated.
THIS BOOK CONTAINS INFORMATION THAT NO ONE WILL GIVE YOU FREE.
There are many books containing recipes for okra, but none on its growing. You can explore the more provided International Libraries but you will not find a handbook simple and inexpensive as this. Therefore, he felt the need of this handbook, which fills a real lack of publishing green, for amateurs, and biological. Topics covered are: Varieties of okra. Needs of growing in temperate zones: watering, fertilizing, mulching, exfoliation, tucks, clearing weeds, pruning, supports. As you sow: preparation of the soil, direct sowing, planting in the nursery, thinning out, how many seeds use, when tick. The transplant. Pests and Diseases. Collection, use, conservation. Also: What is the okra. Provenance and habitat. The many names with which is known in the world. Properties and effects in medicine and in the kitchen. Some recipes.