Thai Gac Fruit on old wooden table ,Baby Jackfruit, Spiny Bitter Gourd, Sweet Ground Cochinchin Goud Typical of orange-colored plant foods in Asia.

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Thai Gac Fruit on old wooden table ,Baby Jackfruit, Spiny Bitter Gourd, Sweet Ground Cochinchin Goud Typical of orange-colored plant foods in Asia.

By Amy Grant Have you ever heard of gac melon? Well, unless you dwell in regions from Southern China to Northeastern Australia where gac melon hails, it’s probably unlikely, but this melon is on the fast track and destined to become the next super fruit. What is gac melon? Read on to find out about growing gac melon fruit, its care and other gac melon information. What is Gac Melon? While the fruit is commonly referred to as gac, it is variously referred to as baby jackfruit, spiny bitter gourd, sweet gourd (which is it?), or cochinchin gourd. Its Latin name is Momordica cochinchinensis. Gac grows on dioecious vines – m ale flowers bloom on one plant and females on another. They are a common sight growing on lattices at the entries to rural homes and gardens in their lands of origin. The vines only fruit once a year, making

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