Luffa (Luffa aegyptiaca) gourd, also known as loofah ... layer on a paper towel to dry at room temperature overnight. Rub a seed between your fingers. If a thin, clear seed coating comes off ...
Luffa vines also grow well along chain link fences. Scratch each seed with fine-grit sandpaper ... not as dense and fall apart easily. Soak the gourd in a 10-percent solution of bleach and ...
10 The Genus Luffa: A Problem in Phytogeography ... on the characteristics and properties of cucurbit seed oil and protein, particularly of wild, xerophytic cucurbits such as the buffalo gourd. Indeed ...
The many varieties available are found in Asian grocers, some resembling large okra, named angled luffa or Chinese okra, others called dishcloth luffa or sponge gourd. In most cases ... Okra is prized ...
10 The Genus Luffa: A Problem in Phytogeography ... on the characteristics and properties of cucurbit seed oil and protein, particularly of wild, xerophytic cucurbits such as the buffalo gourd. Indeed ...
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