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100+ days. 12 to 18 inches fruits are dried and seeded to make durable sponges. Approximately 320 seeds/oz. Luffa Gourd seeds yield green gourds that can be used for making Luffa sponges. The Gourd seeds do well in moist soil, and can be harvested off the vine when ready.
Luffa Gourd seeds can be sown indoors two to four weeks before the last frost, and transplanted after four weeks. When sowing outside, plant the Luffa Gourd seeds one inch deep in moist soil, six feet between seeds. While growing, be sure not to overwater, as doing so can cause rot and mildew to spread throughout the vine. When the gourds are ready to be harvested, the stems will turn yellow and can be cut off the vine.
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