FullOn Grown Bitter Gourd or Momordica charantia
FullOn Grown Bitter Gourd or Momordica charantia (colloquially: bitter melon, bitter apple, bitter gourd, bitter squash, balsam-pear, with many more other names it’s known) is a tropical and subtropical vine of the family Cucurbitaceae, widely grown in Asia, Africa, and the Caribbean for its edible fruit.
I’m a newbie grower/gardener. And I was trying to grow something good even though I have little experience(s) in growing, specially this plant. However, the moment I started using “the juice”, it made my growing experienced I lot different. I can suddenly grow something like an experienced grower do. Makes almost everything in the garden easy.
Plants suddenly grow faster and better. And you can also notice(d) that they had a lot of vigour in them. And because of that, you’ll get less stress (abiotic/biotic). That will eventually resulted in less pest and diseases.As you can observed, there are multiple fruits that are simultaneously growing in a single vine.
Being a Newbie Grower
My first try in growing bitter gourd, is not bad. I get 3 fruits in the whole cycle until I cutted it down because of a lot of reason. One is that the plant over grew the area that causes a lot of pest and diseases. In short, it’s less productive. So, chopped em’ down.
And suddenly I received “the juice” and I immediately tried it in the garden and I was astonished by the reaction of the plants. So I started and sown bitter gourd again. And in my 2nd try in growing this plant, with the aide of FullOn. I was so amazed with the result that I’ve got, (I got a lot of fruits in this cycle, and what you see in this content is only a fraction)and I never thought that I can pulled it out.You can definitely noticed some bite/bored marks, however, the pests’ attempt was a failure.And that resulted, to me, winning the game. No cover or any protection for fruit borers. However, the fruits did reach maturity.
I could never imagine having this without the help of “the juice”.
So that’s it!
A fresh organic cide free bitter gourd. A tasty and nutrient dense produce (taste like guava), grown in my mini garden. Thanks to “the juice” for making it possible for me.