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Okra can be cultivated twice a year in February to March and June to July.

Farmers are instructed to start cultivating okra by mid-February and it is recommended to cultivate a variety named “sabaz pari”. It is also desirable to use 10-12 kg seeds per acre of good germination for sowing. If it is cloudy and temperature is below 20 0 C at the time of cultivation, then Okra should not be sown as it may affect seed germination. However, for the best seed germination and growth, temperature should be 20 to 30 0 C. Okra can be cultivated twice a year in February to March and June to July.

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