- Plant the seeds 15 inches to 18 inches apart so that they don’t look messy when they grow huge.
- After approximately 45 days, the ladyfinger pods begin to appear. But what will surprise you is that the pods grow really fast once they pop out. Within a couple of days, you will spot full grown ladyfingers.
- Ladyfinger plant is a warm-weather crop and still requires watering everyday to grow faster. Initially, you may water once in the morning when the sun rays are still dim. During peak growth stage, watering the plant twice a day will help the pods. Always ensure that the water doesn’t stand in the soil, allowing water-borne fungi to thrive.