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  1. Okra Farming:
    Okra, also known as lady’s finger, is a warm-season vegetable that thrives in well-drained soil and full sunlight. To grow okra successfully, plant seeds in rows about 2 feet apart and ensure consistent watering. Harvest young okra pods when they are 3-4 inches long for the best flavor and texture.

  2. Brinjal (Eggplant) Farming:
    Brinjal, a heat-loving crop, requires fertile soil with good drainage. Plant eggplant seeds or seedlings in a sunny spot, spacing them about 2 feet apart. Regularly prune to encourage branching and increase fruit production. Harvest when the fruit reaches a glossy, firm texture.

  3. Bitter Gourd Farming:
    Bitter gourd, or bitter melon, thrives in warm climates. Plant seeds in well-draining soil and provide a trellis for vines to climb. Keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. Harvest bitter gourds when they are green and tender, as mature fruits can become excessively bitter.

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Encourage FPO members to diversify their crops to reduce vulnerability to market fluctuations and climate change. Promote crop rotation and the cultivation of climate-resilient varieties.

Implement efficient water management practices such as rainwater harvesting, drip irrigation, and water-saving techniques to ensure consistent access to water for farming.

Promote sustainable farming practices like organic farming, crop residue management, and soil testing to maintain and enhance soil fertility.

  1. Okra Farming: Okra, also known as lady's finger, is a warm-season vegetable that thrives in well-drained soil and full sunlight. To grow okra successfully, plant seeds in rows about 2 feet apart and ensure consistent watering. Harvest young okra pods when they are 3-4 inches long for the best flavor and texture.

  2. Brinjal (Eggplant) Farming: Brinjal, a heat-loving crop, requires fertile soil with good drainage. Plant eggplant seeds or seedlings in a sunny spot, spacing them about 2 feet apart. Regularly prune to encourage branching and increase fruit production. Harvest when the fruit reaches a glossy, firm texture.

  3. Bitter Gourd Farming: Bitter gourd, or bitter melon, thrives in warm climates. Plant seeds in well-draining soil and provide a trellis for vines to climb. Keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. Harvest bitter gourds when they are green and tender, as mature fruits can become excessively bitter.

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