Heavy Hitter Okra Seeds

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Experience the excellence of Heavy Hitter Okra Seeds from Alvarado Community Farm. Grown with regenerative farming practices and harvested from our own plants, these premium seeds are your ticket to a thriving garden. Discover the joy of sustainable gardening with our high-quality seeds, carefully cultivated for impressive yields and robust plants. Elevate your gardening experience with Alvarado Community Farm’s Heavy Hitter Okra Seeds.

(25 premium seeds in each packet.)

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Heavy Hitter Okra Seeds by Alvarado Community Farm

Elevate your garden’s potential with Alvarado Community Farm’s Heavy Hitter Okra Seeds. Expertly sourced from our esteemed regenerative farming practices, these seeds promise quality, yield, and the integrity of sustainable agriculture.

Why Choose Heavy Hitter Okra Seeds?

  • Premium Quality: Harvested from our thriving okra plants for the best in garden performance.
  • Regenerative Farming: Grown with care, carrying the legacy of our sustainable agricultural methods.
  • Impressive Yields: Designed for abundant foliage, sturdy stems, and bountiful harvests.
  • For Every Gardener: Perfect for both seasoned garden enthusiasts and novices alike.

Heavy Hitter Okra Seeds Planting Guide

1. Soil: Okra prefers well-draining soil enriched with organic matter. Ensure a pH level of 6.5 to 7.5 for optimal growth.
2. Temperature: Okra thrives in warm temperatures. Wait until the soil temperature consistently reaches 65°F (18°C) before planting.

1. Seed Depth: Plant seeds 1/2 to 1 inch deep.
2. Spacing: Space seeds about 12-18 inches apart in rows that are 3 feet apart.
3. Water: Water lightly after planting, keeping the soil consistently moist but not soggy.


  •  Heavy Hitter Okra Seeds typically germinate within 7-14 days, depending on the soil temperature.

1. Sunlight: Ensure your okra plants receive full sun, aiming for at least 6-8 hours daily.
2. Watering: Maintain consistent moisture, especially during flowering and pod formation. However, avoid over-watering, as okra doesn’t like wet feet.
3. Fertilizing: Once the plants are about 4 inches tall, apply a balanced fertilizer. Repeat once they start producing pods.
4. Mulching: Mulch around the plants to retain moisture, suppress weeds, and regulate soil temperature.

1. Time: Begin harvesting when pods are about 2-3 inches long. Regular harvesting encourages continuous production.
2. Method: Use scissors or pruning shears to cut the pods, as pulling them can damage the plant.


  • Okra pods grow rapidly. For the best texture and flavor, check and harvest every 1-2 days during peak growth.
  • Wear gloves when handling okra plants as some might find the plants’ spines irritating.

Embrace the legacy of Alvarado Community Farm’s dedication to sustainable agriculture and regenerative practices as you nurture your Heavy Hitter Okra.

Here’s to a flourishing garden and bountiful harvests!

Weight .4 oz

25 premium seeds in each packet.

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