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Common Sense Gardening Part 1: Crop Rotation and Green Manures
... year. Vegetables differ in their nutrient or fertilizer requirements. Corn and members of the cabbage family (cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, Brussels sprouts) require a great deal of nitrogen. If these are planted ... lot of minerals, others are "replenishers". Peas and beans are members of the legume family. Due to a unique relationship with certain soil bacteria called rhizobium, legumes are able ...
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Common Sense Gardening Part 2: Crop Rotation and Green Manures
... by peas or beans the next. The larvae of cabbage butterflies can be controlled more effectively if all members of the cabbage family are planted together in the same area; it is then ... basis, with the following groupings: (1) the cabbage family, (2) vine crops, (3) legumes, (4) corn, (5) onions (including garlic and leeks), and (6) the potato family. Carrots, celery, parsnips, and herbs may ...
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Vegetable Crops - pt 4
... parts will help break the life cycle of the organism. All volunteer members of the cabbage family and cruciferous weeds should be destroyed in and around the area where radishes are to ...
plantpathology.tamu.edu

FAQ - Fungi and Mycorrhizae
... and coniferous, are receptive to infection by mycorrhizal fungi. A few crop plants in the cabbage family (Brassicae) and goose-foot families (Chenopodiaceae) are less likely to be mycorrhizal except in very ...
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Lysichiton americanus- Skunk Cabbage
... Lysichiton americanus- Skunk Cabbage Lysichiton americanus (syn: Lysichitum americanum) American Skunk Cabbage Family: Araceae (Arum family) Photo taken in the Lake Wenatchee area, moist bog next to river 2003 Thayne Tuason ...
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The Gardener's Network : Vegetable Gardening : How to Grow Cabbage
... Candles Decorations Kitchen/Party Supply TGN OnLine Florist Amazon.com Search for: Gardening Cabbage Family The cabbage family comprises a number of hardy vegetables. They thrive in the cooler weather ... Members of this family have a strong flavor. A member of the mustard family, cabbage has a strong, distinct flavor. Medical studies are showing that members of the cabbage family are beneficial ...
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Watch Your Garden Grow - Cabbage
... cabbage family there, including radishes, turnips and ornamental relatives of cabbage. Harvest large, unsplit heads of green cabbage. Look for tight, heavy heads, free of insects and decay. Fresh, uncut heads of cabbage ... Vitamin C 18.2 mg Cabbage is king of the cruciferous vegetable family. Sadly, many think of cabbage as an odoriferous and unpleasant vegetable. Cooked cabbage has been wrongfully ...
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Cabbage
... Plants For a Future Database: Cabbage - tons of data on the vegetable, and links to lots more Cabbage Page: a quite useful page from a most unlikely site! (despite the title, it has information on most of the brassica family) ... as the 1st century A.D. (That's why cabbage is Brassica oleracea capitata, "headed cabbage".) Envoi If you have ever envied the simple ...
growingtaste.com

cabbage News
... and harvest the silk. Who needs those pesky mulberry leaf-chomping silkworms? Citizens help Chinese cabbage farmers with rotting stock (New Kerala) Beijing, Nov 26: Farmers in suburban Beijing who had ... not enough sales, now thank the power of Internet. The recipes for life, love and family (USA Today) Bonny Wolf, food commentator for National Public Radio's Weekend Edition, sometimes talks ...
www.adres.nl

The Official Seed Starting Home Page - Cabbage
... Starting Home Page - Cabbage Your Weekly Electronic Gardening Guide Practical Horticulture for Busy People. Cabbage About This Plant... Family: Brassicaceae Genus and species: Brassica oleracea var. capitata ... between rows: 24-36 inches Growing On... Pests: imported cabbageworms, cabbage loopers, aphids, flea beetles, cabbage root maggots Diseases: clubroot, black rot, downy mildew, white mold ...
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