First time planting ladyfingers/Okra. Should I do anything to stop it from turning/tilting like that?
Should i move it to a bigger pot soon? I mainly water when soil feels dry or if there's no rain during the day,
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If that is the brightest spot in your house, then you will need a horticultural lamp. They are stretching and falling over due to a lack of light.
Once you get more light on them, they will stop falling over, and start growing very compact!
This article will help you to grow okra: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/vegetables/okra/planting-okra.htm