ticularly good, t Hello Guys do you have experiences with the longer culture of Luo Han Guo What about a dry season? My plants don't look particularly good, they are kind of caught between growing and moving in. Do you have a tip? Should I cultivate through cultivation or force it to move in through forced dryness?
Unfortunately, your photos did not come through. I am unable to see the damage.
This fruit is not, easily, grown. They are very particular, and do not enjoy any dry weather. High humidity will be one of the most important things to keep in mind about this plant. Temperatures must remain moderate. The vines are best grown on a trellis to avoid rotting in humid conditions, as well.
This paper from the Purdue Horticultural Extension will give you more information on the plant: