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Sponge gourd - నేతిబీర | Jhimani | Karviturai | Turai (Hindi) | Peyppirkam | Akacavaeni (Tamil) | Kahire | Naagadaali (Kannada).
Sponge gourd is moreover referred to as Turai or even Luffa. It’s a dull green, sponged vegetable having white mash along with white seeds prepared into its sensitive substance. High fiber content contributes to healthy digestive system.
Sponge gourd is quite lower in immersed fats as well as calories. It is contains high amounts of dietary fiber, vitamin C, riboflavin, zinc, thiamine, iron, and magnesium.
HARVEST: If you want to use the luffa in the kitchen, then it must be harvested in its tender fruit stages, before it starts flowering. This will be about four months after the initial planting of the seed. If your aim is to use it for the sponge inside, then wait until it flowers, and then pick the sponge gourd. The sponge gourd then needs to be dried, and peeled to reveal the luffa sponge waiting within.
With a Passion to bring Terrace garden to every house hold i have come up with this website which would cater to the needs of every terrace garden enthusiast. I wanted to make this website one stop shop for all the Terrace gardener. We sell the seeds which are been harvested from our terrace Garden or collected from farmers.