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Q: How many months after planting do ampalaya get harvested?
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1-3 months depending on the species. My Chartenay Red Cored carrots will take 65-75 days, and others will usually take longer.

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How many months will it take for a tulip to have flowers after planting?

It doesn't matter when it will grow bigger in the spring and/or summer time.

How many kilo of sweet potato harvested in one acre?

If you harvest 3-4 kg per square meter you have 30-40 tons/harvest with good management in planting in soil and tuber fertilization.

How many shoots are you able to get when planting?

That depends on what you are planting.

Have seahorse commercially harvested?

Seahorses are not harvested commercially. They are, however, important food in the chain for many of the commercially harvested fish.

How long do potatos take to grow?

Potatoes, like many other crops, come in many different varieties which have varying periods of time to grow to maturity. Some red types can be harvested for small, "stewing-type" potatoes in as little as 8 to 10 weeks. Others can be harvested in about three months. Full-season potatoes, such as Russett Burbank, can take as long as six months to produce the largest possible tuber.

Why ampalaya is good for rheumatism and gout?

Ampalaya is called Bitter Melon and has many health benefits due to the motorcading the plant has as well as the antioxidants the plant has that protect the cells in the body. It is used as an herbal tea to help rheumatism and gout.

What is English term of ampalaya?

Ampalaya (Bitter Melon) with a scientific name Momordica charantia, is a climbing vine and the tendrils of which grow up to 20 centimeters long. This herbal plant belongs to the family of Cucurbitaceae, and it is a tropical as well as a subtropical vine. Ampalaya leaves are heart-shaped, which are 5 to 10 centimeters in diameter. The fruits of the ampalaya vine are fleshy green with pointed ends at length. It can never be mistaken for any other variety because its ribbed and wrinkled surface had always been ampalaya's distinct physical structure. The bitter taste of the ampalaya fruit had also been the distinguishing factor from the rest of the fruits with medicinal value, and this is due to the presence of a substance known as momorcidin.Ampalaya has been a folkloric cure for generations but has now been proven to be an effective herbal medicine for many aliments. Most significant of which is for Diabetes. The Philippine variety has proven to be most potent. Ampalaya contains a mixture of flavanoids and alkaloids make the Pancreas produce more insulin that controls the blood sugar in diabetics. Aside from Ampalaya's medicinal value, it is good source of vitamins A, B and C, iron, folic acid, phosphorous and calcium.Ampalaya has been for used even by the Chinese for centuries. The effectively of Ampalaya as an herbal medicine has been tried and tested by many research clinics and laboratories worldwide. In the Philippines, the Department of Health has endorsed Ampalaya as an alternative medicine to help alleviate various ailments including diabetes, liver problems and even HIV. Aside from these, ampalaya also helps treat skin diseases and cough. Its herbal value extends to increasing the sterility of women, in parasiticide, antipyretic, and has purgative functions, as well. Note: In large dozes, pure Ampalaya juice can be a purgative and abortifacient.

How many acres of rice are harvested in the U.S.?

With more than three million acres harvested annually, rice production remains stable.

Do you harvest in summer?

Many foods are harvested in summer. Tomatoes, corn, peppers, and cucumbers for example. However, there are also foods that are harvested in the fall.

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