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Hancock's Clemson Spineless Okra Seed
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An All-American Selections Winner in 1939, this variety was introduced by Clemson University.  This heirloom has been the finest open-pollinated variety available since then and is incredibly easy to grow. Vigorous plants, deep green in color, grow 3 – 5 ft. tall. Okra has prickly stems and large maple-like leaves and large, yellow, hibiscus-like flowers with red or purplish centers. Mature pods contain buckshot-like seeds.  These spineless pods are not a bother to pick and are best harvested when 3 - 5 in. in length or they can turn woody. Keep the plants well picked for higher yields. Interestingly enough, okra is a member of the Malvaceae or mallow family; other members of this family are cacao and cotton.

Product Information

  • Application or Use: Vegetable, Food Plot
  • Germination Time: 5 - 7 days, under optimal conditions
  • Growing Locations: Warm Season& Transition Zone
  • Height: 3 - 5 feet
  • Sunlight Requirements: 8+ hours, full sun for best results
  • Advantages: Perfect for canning, pickling or serving up the old fashion way.
  • When to Plant: Recommended planting time is spring, summer or fall when night time temperatures are consistently 65+ degrees.

 

This variety is perfect for canning, pickling or serving up the old fashion way.  In the south, we enjoy adding to stewed tomatoes over rice just like granny did. This annual seed has a very long growing season thru the spring and well into summer. Optimal soil temperature for germinating seed is 75 - 85 degrees fahrenheit. Okra is very frost sensitive and should not be planted outside until all frost danger has passed and the soil is a minimum of 75 degrees fahrenheit.  Nighttime temperatures should be 65 - 70 degrees fahrenheit or warmer before germination will occur. Grow okra in full sun for best yield. If planting rows, please set plants at least 20 - 24 in. apart.

*Product packaging may appear different than what is pictured.

 ** Non-GMO

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Climate Zone(s)
Transition Zone
Warm Season
Coated or Raw
Raw
Fertilizer
Varies
GMO
No
Ideal pH
6.0 - 7.0
Inoculant Needed
No
Life Cycle
Annual
Overseeding Rate
Not applicable
Seeding Depth
1/4 Inch
Seeding Rate
8 - 10 lbs. per acre 1/2 lb. per 100 ft. if planted in rows
When to Plant
Spring, Summer & Fall
Back

Planting and Spacing

Sow okra seeds 1/2 to 1 in. deep set 6 in. apart. Space rows 24 to 36 in. apart. Thin successful seedlings from 12 to 18 inches apart.

Soil

Plant okra in full sun. Okra grows best in loose, well-drained soil, and prefers a soil pH of 6.0 to 7.0. Add aged compost to planting beds in advance of planting and gypsum to soil that is slow draining.

Watering and Fertilizing

Keep okra evenly moist until established. Established plants can be kept on the dry side; stems rot easily in wet or cold conditions. Add aged compost to planting beds in advance of planting and again at midseason. Add gypsum if the soil is slow draining.

Disease

Okra is somewhat susceptible to verticillium and fusarium wilt which will cause plants to suddenly wilt, dry up, and die, usually in midsummer just as plants begin to produce.

Harvest

Pick pods when they are 3 to 5 in. long; they will be less gluey. Harvest pods at least every other day once flower petals fall and pods set; if pods ripen the plant will stop producing. Okra is ready for harvest 50 to 65 days after planting. Wear gloves when harvesting okra to prevent potential skin irritation from prickles on pods. Okra will produce for a year if old pods do not remain on the plant or the plant is not killed by frost.

Okra will stop producing if not picked continuously; if seeds are allowed to mature the plant will slow or stop its production of pods. Pods must be picked before seeds mature.

Hancock's Clemson Spineless Okra Seed

Hancock's Clemson Spineless Okra Seed

An All-American Selections Winner in 1939, this variety was introduced by Clemson University.  This heirloom has been the finest open-pollinated variety available since then and is incredibly easy to grow. Vigorous plants, deep green in color, grow 3 – 5 ft. tall. Okra has prickly stems and large maple-like leaves and large, yellow, hibiscus-like flowers with red or purplish centers. Mature pods contain buckshot-like seeds. These spineless pods are not a bother to pick and are best harvested when 3 - 5 in. in length or they can turn woody. Keep the plants well picked for higher yields.

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An All-American Selections Winner in 1939, this variety was introduced by Clemson University.  This heirloom has been the finest open-pollinated variety available since then and is incredibly easy to grow. Vigorous plants, deep green in color, grow 3 – 5 ft....
An All-American Selections Winner in 1939, this variety was introduced by Clemson University.  This heirloom has been the finest open-pollinated variety available since then and is incredibly easy to grow. Vigorous plants, deep green in color, grow 3 – 5 ft. tall. Okra has prickly stems and large maple-like leaves and large, yellow, hibiscus-like flowers with red or purplish centers. Mature pods contain buckshot-like seeds.  These spineless pods are not a bother to pick and are best harvested when 3 - 5 in. in length or they can turn woody. Keep the plants well picked for higher yields. Interestingly enough, okra is a member of the Malvaceae or mallow family; other members of this family are cacao and cotton. Product Information Application or Use: Vegetable, Food Plot Germination Time: 5 - 7 days, under optimal conditions Growing Locations: Warm Season& Transition Zone Height: 3 - 5 feet Sunlight Requirements: 8+ hours, full sun for best results Advantages: Perfect for canning, pickling or serving up the old fashion way. When to Plant: Recommended planting time is spring, summer or fall when night time temperatures are consistently 65+ degrees.   This variety is perfect for canning, pickling or serving up the old fashion way.  In the south, we enjoy adding to stewed tomatoes over rice just like granny did. This annual seed has a very long growing season thru the spring and well into summer. Optimal soil temperature for germinating seed is 75 - 85 degrees fahrenheit. Okra is very frost sensitive and should not be planted outside until all frost danger has passed and the soil is a minimum of 75 degrees fahrenheit.  Nighttime temperatures should be 65 - 70 degrees fahrenheit or warmer before germination will occur. Grow okra in full sun for best yield. If planting rows, please set plants at least 20 - 24 in. apart. *Product packaging may appear different than what is pictured.  ** Non-GMO
Climate Zone(s)
Transition Zone
Warm Season
Coated or Raw
Raw
Fertilizer
Varies
GMO
No
Ideal pH
6.0 - 7.0
Inoculant Needed
No
Life Cycle
Annual
Overseeding Rate
Not applicable
Seeding Depth
1/4 Inch
Seeding Rate
8 - 10 lbs. per acre 1/2 lb. per 100 ft. if planted in rows
When to Plant
Spring, Summer & Fall

Instructions

Planting and Spacing Sow okra seeds 1/2 to 1 in. deep set 6 in. apart. Space rows 24 to 36 in. apart. Thin successful seedlings from 12 to 18 inches apart. Soil Plant okra in full sun. Okra grows best in...
Planting and Spacing Sow okra seeds 1/2 to 1 in. deep set 6 in. apart. Space rows 24 to 36 in. apart. Thin successful seedlings from 12 to 18 inches apart. Soil Plant okra in full sun. Okra grows best in loose, well-drained soil, and prefers a soil pH of 6.0 to 7.0. Add aged compost to planting beds in advance of planting and gypsum to soil that is slow draining. Watering and Fertilizing Keep okra evenly moist until established. Established plants can be kept on the dry side; stems rot easily in wet or cold conditions. Add aged compost to planting beds in advance of planting and again at midseason. Add gypsum if the soil is slow draining. Disease Okra is somewhat susceptible to verticillium and fusarium wilt which will cause plants to suddenly wilt, dry up, and die, usually in midsummer just as plants begin to produce. Harvest Pick pods when they are 3 to 5 in. long; they will be less gluey. Harvest pods at least every other day once flower petals fall and pods set; if pods ripen the plant will stop producing. Okra is ready for harvest 50 to 65 days after planting. Wear gloves when harvesting okra to prevent potential skin irritation from prickles on pods. Okra will produce for a year if old pods do not remain on the plant or the plant is not killed by frost. Okra will stop producing if not picked continuously; if seeds are allowed to mature the plant will slow or stop its production of pods. Pods must be picked before seeds mature.
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Hancock's Clemson Spineless Okra Seed

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An All-American Selections Winner in 1939, this variety was introduced by Clemson University.  This heirloom has been the finest open-pollinated variety available since then and is incredibly easy to grow. Vigorous plants, deep green in color, grow 3 – 5 ft. tall. Okra has prickly stems and large maple-like leaves and large, yellow, hibiscus-like flowers with red or purplish centers. Mature pods contain buckshot-like seeds. These spineless pods are not a bother to pick and are best harvested when 3 - 5 in. in length or they can turn woody. Keep the plants well picked for higher yields.

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Hancock's Clemson Spineless Okra Seed Description

An All-American Selections Winner in 1939, this variety was introduced by Clemson University.  This heirloom has been the finest open-pollinated variety available since then and is incredibly easy to grow. Vigorous plants, deep green in color, grow 3 – 5 ft. tall. Okra has prickly stems and large maple-like leaves and large, yellow, hibiscus-like flowers with red or purplish centers. Mature pods contain buckshot-like seeds.  These spineless pods are not a bother to pick and are best harvested when 3 - 5 in. in length or they can turn woody. Keep the plants well picked for higher yields. Interestingly enough, okra is a member of the Malvaceae or mallow family; other members of this family are cacao and cotton.

Product Information

  • Application or Use: Vegetable, Food Plot
  • Germination Time: 5 - 7 days, under optimal conditions
  • Growing Locations: Warm Season& Transition Zone
  • Height: 3 - 5 feet
  • Sunlight Requirements: 8+ hours, full sun for best results
  • Advantages: Perfect for canning, pickling or serving up the old fashion way.
  • When to Plant: Recommended planting time is spring, summer or fall when night time temperatures are consistently 65+ degrees.

 

This variety is perfect for canning, pickling or serving up the old fashion way.  In the south, we enjoy adding to stewed tomatoes over rice just like granny did. This annual seed has a very long growing season thru the spring and well into summer. Optimal soil temperature for germinating seed is 75 - 85 degrees fahrenheit. Okra is very frost sensitive and should not be planted outside until all frost danger has passed and the soil is a minimum of 75 degrees fahrenheit.  Nighttime temperatures should be 65 - 70 degrees fahrenheit or warmer before germination will occur. Grow okra in full sun for best yield. If planting rows, please set plants at least 20 - 24 in. apart.

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 ** Non-GMO

Climate Zone(s)
Transition Zone
Warm Season
Coated or Raw
Raw
Fertilizer
Varies
GMO
No
Ideal pH
6.0 - 7.0
Inoculant Needed
No
Life Cycle
Annual
Overseeding Rate
Not applicable
Seeding Depth
1/4 Inch
Seeding Rate
8 - 10 lbs. per acre 1/2 lb. per 100 ft. if planted in rows
When to Plant
Spring, Summer & Fall

Planting and Spacing

Sow okra seeds 1/2 to 1 in. deep set 6 in. apart. Space rows 24 to 36 in. apart. Thin successful seedlings from 12 to 18 inches apart.

Soil

Plant okra in full sun. Okra grows best in loose, well-drained soil, and prefers a soil pH of 6.0 to 7.0. Add aged compost to planting beds in advance of planting and gypsum to soil that is slow draining.

Watering and Fertilizing

Keep okra evenly moist until established. Established plants can be kept on the dry side; stems rot easily in wet or cold conditions. Add aged compost to planting beds in advance of planting and again at midseason. Add gypsum if the soil is slow draining.

Disease

Okra is somewhat susceptible to verticillium and fusarium wilt which will cause plants to suddenly wilt, dry up, and die, usually in midsummer just as plants begin to produce.

Harvest

Pick pods when they are 3 to 5 in. long; they will be less gluey. Harvest pods at least every other day once flower petals fall and pods set; if pods ripen the plant will stop producing. Okra is ready for harvest 50 to 65 days after planting. Wear gloves when harvesting okra to prevent potential skin irritation from prickles on pods. Okra will produce for a year if old pods do not remain on the plant or the plant is not killed by frost.

Okra will stop producing if not picked continuously; if seeds are allowed to mature the plant will slow or stop its production of pods. Pods must be picked before seeds mature.

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04/20/2022
Guy M. Fay
United States

Last years was great

Last yeaers seed was great, this years seed delivered promptly. Excellent flavor, high yield according to cousin (Seed bought for her)

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07/04/2021
DAVID M.
United States United States

IRON CLAY PEAS AND OKRA

I planted a mixture of iron clay peas and Clemson spineless okra for a whitetail deer food plot. After much delay due to rain and wild hogs moving in things dried up and we killed the hogs. The crop came up and we had excellent germination and our food plot is carpeted with okra and pea plants. Our deer herd will kill an okra garden so hopefully planting 5 pounds of okra and 50 pounds of peas will let everything get a head start on the deer. I have purchased seed from this outfit before and I am happy to recommend them

07/30/2021

Hancock Seed

Thank you so much for being a repeat customer and for the recommendation. We are glad to hear that you are having good results with the cow peas and okra and we are sure the deer will love them too. Thank you for your review and for choosing Hancock Seed!

PW
08/05/2019
Paul W.
United States United States

Happy planter

Package was easy to handle. The seeds were in great condition,will definitely order from Hancock seed again!

08/05/2019

Hancock Seed

Wonderful we appreciate you taking the time to leave us this note and look forward to your business.

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