Gumbo Weed Seed

Clemson Spineless Okra Okra, Abelmoschus esculentus, is a traditional southern food with roots in northeast Africa. There is a reference to it from way back in 1216, by a Spanish Moor upon his visit to Egypt. Cleopatra was known to enjoy eating it. It was introduced to Brazil in the 1600s and was probably brought to th Want to buy Gumbo seeds? Here you find offers from different seedshops. Find the best sale at Seedsbay before you buy Gumbo seeds online. Indica strain, can treat add/adhd, arthritis, bipolar disorder, migraines, and phantom limb pain. Moderate difficulty to grow, average flowering days: 56, medium yield.

Okra: Much More than Gumbo

Okra, Abelmoschus esculentus, is a traditional southern food with roots in northeast Africa. There is a reference to it from way back in 1216, by a Spanish Moor upon his visit to Egypt. Cleopatra was known to enjoy eating it. It was introduced to Brazil in the 1600s and was probably brought to this country by French colonists or slaves to Louisiana. Today it is a typical ingredient of Cajun and Creole dishes.

Most people know okra as a southern battered and deep fried delicacy, but it is so much more than that. It is a versatile vegetable that can be eaten raw, boiled, stewed, fried, browned, incorporated into soups, pickled and used in salads.

Fresh okra is hard to find in stores because the outside of the pod will begin to blacken within a day or two of harvesting. It can still be eaten (best cooked at that point, not raw) but it’s visual appeal goes down. This makes it too perishable for supermarkets (but not farmer’s markets). The best way to get it fresh is to grow it yourself.

Okra is in the mallow family, which also includes cotton, hollyhocks and hibiscus. The okra flowers are among the most beautiful of vegetable flowers, similar to a hibiscus. The leaves of the plant can be eaten as greens. It is one of the vegetables that grows very well in the heat of the summer.

Okra likes fertile, well-composted soil and needs moisture and warmth to thrive. Plant it when the nights stay above 55 degrees and the soil has warmed to 65 degrees (F). That’s right now in Western North Carolina.

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Soak seeds overnight before directly sowing into warm soil. If you grow it in trays to start, be careful not to damage the roots during transplanting. It typically has no problems with disease or pests but it is sensitive to cold temperatures. Plant the seeds 1/2″ deep and 18″ apart in full sun. You can plant closer together but you’ll get less branching and fewer pods per plant that way. They grow 4′ to 6′ tall and will start producing pods in 60 to 85 days.

Okra easily cross-pollinates so if you are planning to save seed, plant only one variety or separate the crops by up to one mile.

To have good okra production throughout the summer, pick the pods frequently and keep the plants watered. Top dress them halfway through the season. It takes only 3 or 4 days from when the flower opens until the pod reaches harvest maturity, about 2 to 4 inches (though some stay tender at larger sizes). Fully mature okra is used to make rope and paper so you know it’s going to be too tough to eat. I’ve heard you can test it by snapping off the tip of the pod. If it snaps cleanly and crisply, it has not yet become fibrous.

Pick it almost every day if you can. Refrigerate right away for use within a couple of days. It freezes, cans and dries well too. During the civil war okra seeds were toasted and ground for a coffee substitute. I’d like to try that.

Okra is a good source of vitamin C and A, also B complex vitamins, iron and calcium. It is low in calories, a good source of dietary fiber, and is fat-free.

My favorite way to eat freshly picked bright green okra pods is sliced and browned in olive oil in a cast iron skillet. When browning it starts out crisp, gets slimy and then the slime disappears. So cook it long and hot enough to get to that point. Simple, sublime and not slimy. When using for soups and stew, the slime factor works to your advantage, thickening up the broth. Just make sure the recipe has enough water in it to thicken without clumping.

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The 10 best okra recipes from Southern Living Magazine including: fried pecan okra, peppery grilled okra, creole shrimp and okra hush puppies, pickled okra and baked polenta with cheese and okra. Yum!

Gumbo seeds

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Gumbo specifications

Read the Gumbo seed specifications in the table below. The values may vary between the different seedbanks where you can buy Gumbo seeds.

Variety 65% Indica and 35% Sativa
THC Level Low
CBD Level Low

About Gumbo seeds

Gumbo is an mainly indica strain with low levels of THC. The CBD level of this strain is low. Gumbo is abbreviated as Gmb with a variety of 35% sativa and 65% sativa. Gumbo will grow into a beautiful cannabis plant with a fine return in harvest. It is not hard to grow these Gumbo seeds, you keep an eye on this plant will it grows, the flowering period is pretty average.

The Gumbo has Sweet, Tropical, Flowery, Earthy and Pungent flavors while the effects of gumbo are reported as happy, hungry, relaxed, sleepy and euphoric.Gumbo seeds are not available to buy online at the moment, we will update the information as soon as we have a seedbank selling Gumbo seeds.

Gumbo flavors

Is it good to know what the flavor of Gumbo is before you buy Gumbo seeds online. It said Gumbo tastes mostly like:

Gumbo effects

You want to buy Gumbo seeds? Get yourself informed about the effects of the Gumbo strain. Gumbo is known for the following effects:

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Gumbo reviews

Read what other people has to say about Gumbo seeds.

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Ainsley Yang from Avadi

I love this strain (name changed to Gumbi at The Farm) however I find it odd that people say it makes them sleep. This strain does the opposite to me. I can’t sit still and I’m energetic and without pain at all -which is great. There’s also no psychoactive effects on me. I do however have a hard time taking the smoke, it’s harsh, it’s really smelly and I go through it very fast.

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Giselle Sexton from Costa Rica

This is a great non heady Indica. Really low THC levels at a little over 6% but the CBD count is over 20%. This accounts for the heavy body high and relaxation which make this a great medicinal bud. Gives that “narcotic effect” people talk about when referring to strains as this is predominately body_centric. Thumbs up on this one even though I won’t be want to get out of bed in the morning.

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Gumbo’s effects and smooth taste helps with muscle spasms, insomnia and promotes laughter. It is perfect for evening and nighttime use. Maybe even leaves you feeling frisky. This strain is good for veterans and newcomers alike.

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Flavors: berry, earthy, lavender, and sweet.

Great For: ADD/ADHD, Arthritis, Bipolar Disorder, Migraines, Phantom Limb Pain

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Negative Effects

Parents

OG Kush

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Jesuss Gumbo

Bio-Jesus

Grow Information

Growing Difficulty: Moderate

Preferred Medium: Soil

Flowering Time In Days: 56

Outdoor Finish: Mid October

Height: Medium

Average Yield: Medium

Environment: Greenhouse

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Average THC & CBD Test Results

Test Results courtesy of BudGenius.com

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