bitter gourd


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bitter gourd

A courgette-shaped vegetable of the marrow family. Used in Asian cooking.
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As per details, following are the per 100 kg rates of different agriculture products in Lahore market: Bitter Gourd minimum Rs 6000 and maximum Rs 6200, Brinjal minimum Rs 2500 and maximum Rs 2700, Cabbage minimum Rs 2800 and maximum Rs 3000, Capsicum minimum Rs 10400 and maximum Rs 10800, Cauliflower minimum Rs 1200 and maximum Rs 1300,
Spokesman of the agriculture department told here on Tuesday that summer vegetables like cucumber, tomato, sweet chilies, green chilies, pumpkin, sponge gourd, bitter gourd, vegetable marrow, red gourd, Brinjal, water melon, musk melon can be easily and successfully grown in low, walk-in and high tunnels.
A spokesman for the Market Committee said here on Wednesday that as many as 18 Ramzan Bazaars and 60 fair price shops would be established across the district where potato, tomato, lady figure, bitter gourd (Karela), Kaddu, banana, dates, Besan, gram pulses, lentil pulses and rice would be available on concessional prices.
Sami Labs requires around 20,000 tons of turmeric alone, in addition to many other raw materials in relatively short supply such as gac, black ginger, bitter gourd, tulsi and shatavari.
The institute collected the samples from an VEGETABLES FOUND TO BE ABOVE MAXIMUM RESIDUE LEVEL (MRL): Brinjal, tomato, capsicum, chilli, cabbage, cauliflower, coriander, cucumber, green peas, bitter gourd and okra PESTICIDES COMMONLY DETECTED: Acetamiprid, Chlorpyrifos, Cypermethrin, Flubendiamide, Profenofos PESTICIDES DETECTED ABOVE MRL: Chlorpyrifos, Cypermethrin THERE'S POISON ON YOUR PLATE
Bitter Gourd, a dark-green, rough-skinned vegetable is indeed very bitter as the name suggests, but acts as magic for its medicinal values.
A farmer, Ratan Bhowmik, said crops like peer gourd, bitter gourd, paddy and other standing crops had been destroyed by the flash flood
Among the vegetables banned are bitter gourd and eggplant.
After several rounds of sampling by The Lunchbox crew, led by director Ritesh Batra, spread over several weeks, Maharashtrian dishes such as stuffed bitter gourd and basic comfort foods such as dal and paneer kofta made the cut.
Several stalls are in operation as farmers have brought in significant variety of locally produced fresh vegetables including beans, cauliflower, cabbage, broccoli and even bitter gourd.
Paneer makhni (made from cottage cheese, tomato and cashew nut gravy), bharwan karela (a bitter gourd dish), dal amala (a black lentil dl), and a basket of bread arrive.
CCM International invites an industry insider-Meng Lei, a sales manager of Guangdong Kenong, to talk about the bitter gourd seed market in South China.