bitter gourd


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bitter gourd

A courgette-shaped vegetable of the marrow family. Used in Asian cooking.
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To substantiate his point that Nawaz Sharif was consuming the food coming from home, Dr Gill said that even on Tuesday he had been given mutton mixed with bitter gourd, mutton curry, bitter gourd and white rice.
He said the department would ensure the availability of pumpkin, potato, onion, tomato, ladyfinger, bitter gourd, apple, banana, lemon, dates, gram flour, pulses and rice at these fair price shops.
can be sown during winter while cucumber, tomato, sweet chilies, green chilies, pumpkin, sponge gourd, bitter gourd, vegetable marrow, red gourd, brinjal, etc.
Various vegetables such as brinjal, bitter gourd, pumpkin, ash gourd, beans, lady's finger, etc.
He said that it was impossible for the growers to grow summer vegetables like cucumber, tomato, sweet chilies, green chilies, pumpkin, sponge gourd, bitter gourd, vegetable marrow, red gourd, Brinjal, water melon, musk melon manually during the winter.
The aim of this study was to determine whether grafting could improve plant growth, yield and quality of bitter gourd through monitoring the changes induced by different rootstocks-scion combinations.
SWABI -- Use of modern farming techniques is helping local farmers in get good yield of bitter gourd and tomato, leading to a boost in their incomes.
Bitter gourd (karela), okra and ridged gourd (turai) are being sold in Sukkur for up to Rs160 a kg.
Summer vegetables, except for lady finger and bitter gourd, have disappeared from the markets since the onset of winter.
The physical and chemical properties of different compound substrates were analyzed, and the comparative tests for the development and physiological characteristics of bitter gourd seedlings growing on different substrates were performed.
According to price list, potato was sold at Rs 25 per kilogram, Onion Rs 34, Tomato Rs 45, Ginger Rs 100, Garlic (China) Rs 296, Garlic Local 370, Lemon Rs 58, Pumpkin Rs 52, Brinjal Rs 50, Peas Rs 54, Fresh Bean Rs 55, Tinda Walaiti (Imported gourd small) Rs 24, Cucumber Rs 25, Capsicum Rs 85/60, Green Chilli Rs 56, Cauliflower Rs 25/18, Cabbage Rs 28, Bitter Gourd Rs 125, Green Zucchini Rs 95, Spinach Rs 14/10, Raddish Rs 14, Turnip Rs 25, Yam Rs 70, Maroo Rs 22, Carrot Rs 23, Chicken Rs 127 and Egg per dozen Rs 110.
Bitter gourd (Momordica charantia) is one of the commonly consumed vegetables among Malaysians.