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Bitter Gourd Seed Balls

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Weight#: 400 grams
Bitter Gourd Seed Balls

Bitter gourd seed balls, also referred to as Momordica charantia seed bombs, offer a unique and practical method for cultivating the nutritious bitter gourd plant. These seed balls consist of a combination of clay, compost, and bitter gourd seeds, providing an easy and effective way to grow this valuable vegetable.

Making Bitter Gourd Seed Balls

 Crafting bitter gourd seed balls involves several straightforward steps:

Gather Materials

 Collect clay, compost, bitter gourd seeds, and water. Obtain clay from garden centers and compost from your compost pile or local suppliers.

Mix Ingredients

 In a large container, blend clay and compost in a ratio of approximately 3 parts clay to 1 part compost. Gradually add water and knead the mixture until it forms a pliable dough-like consistency. The mixture should be workable without being overly sticky.

Incorporate Seeds

 Integrate bitter gourd seeds into the mixture. Distribute the seeds evenly throughout the mixture, ensuring that each seed ball contains one or more bitter gourd seeds.

Shape Seed Balls

Take small portions of the mixture and shape them into balls, approximately the size of a marble. As you form the seed balls, make sure each one contains a sufficient number of bitter gourd seeds.

Drying Phase

Place the formed seed balls in a dry, shaded area for several days. This allows them to harden and prevents premature germination.

Planting Bitter Gourd Seed Balls

 Once the bitter gourd seed balls have dried, they're ready to be planted:

Select Planting Location

 Choose an appropriate spot for planting the seed balls. Ensure the area receives ample sunlight and features well-draining soil.

Prepare the Soil

 Clear the planting area of debris and weeds. Loosen the soil to create an optimal environment for seedling growth.

Plant the Seed Balls

Gently press the seed balls into the soil, partially burying them while keeping them visible on the surface. Maintain a suitable spacing between the seed balls to allow for proper growth.


 Regularly water the planted seed balls, maintaining consistently moist soil until germination occurs.

Benefits of Bitter Gourd Seed Balls

Using seed balls to propagate bitter gourd offers various advantages:

Effortless Planting

 Seed balls are easy to handle, making them ideal for community gardening projects and resource-limited areas.

Natural Protection

 The clay and compost coating of seed balls acts as a protective layer against pests, harsh weather, and drying out, leading to improved germination rates.

Eco-Friendly Approach

Seed balls contribute to sustainable planting practices by reducing the reliance on plastic containers and minimizing waste.

Enhanced Germination

 The protective coating of seed balls creates an optimal microenvironment for germination, resulting in higher success rates compared to traditional seed planting.

By utilizing bitter gourd seed balls, you're contributing to the growth of bitter gourd plants that offer nutritional and culinary benefits to households and communities.

Bitter Gourd Seed Balls (25 seed Balls)


  • Pack of 25 Seed Balls
  • Vegetable Seed Balls
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