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,
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
can you grown okra in a bucket
Sure, if you can provide drainage holes, or keep it from getting water unless it needs it.
The important factor will be that the plant's soil does not remain wet for long.
Here are two article that will help you to grow okra:
When and how often to pick?
I think this article will have everything you're looking for:
Seed pods saved from my vegetable garden - inside each pod is 4-6 small brown seeds, slightly oval, 2-3mm.
It looks like Okra that has not had a chance to ripen, fully.
Testing germination on one will give you an idea if it is viable, and what plant it is.
Accidently mowed down new okra plants. They were about 3 inches tall. Will they regrow or do I need to replace?
At three inches, they will be too small to recover. It will be necessary to replant:
I've devised a great self watering system and I need too know if okra would do well with a continual supply of water. I know it does well in hot dry conditions, don't know how it would do with damp feet all the time. Would also like to know the same about herbs and other plants. Do you know of any plants that should not be grown in self watering? Thanks for any advice.
The watering instructions in this article are pretty much the same in all the research. Based on the advice that they need about 1.5 inches of water every 7-10 days, I would deduce from this that a constant watering condition would not be good for them. Most plants don't like to sit in water because the roots become water-logged and cannot send nutrients up to the plant. Root rot is always something to watch out for.
How can I get rid of it?
Here are some possibilities: