Chanchal is borne on vigorous, tall erect and well branched plants. Fruits are borne 50-55 days after sowing. Fruits are long (10-12cm) and thin, spineless, dark green and tender. Highly tolerant to Yellow Vein Mosaic Virus (YVMV). It is a heavy yielder.
Dark green, tender fruits 8-10 cm long, with excellent keeping qualities. Highly tolerant to Yellow Vein Mosaic Virus (YVMV) and powder mildew disease. Maturity is in 48 days after sowing. Will continue producing for 4 months.
A smooth skinned hybrid variety that is early and a prolific bearer. Dark green tender fruits with less mucilage. Straight pods, 10-12 cm remains tender. Excellent taste and keeping qualities.
A very unique variety of okra. Attractive 4 foot plants with green leaves and burgundy stems, branches, and leaf ribs. Tender 5-7" deep burgundy pods turn green when cooked. All-American Winner.