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Desirable Vegetable Varieties: Swiss Chard
... Chard, garden beets, fodderbeets, and sugar beets) is the wild Sea Beet (Beta maritima), distributed throughout the Mediterranean and Near Eastern areas. The wild form is very variable and adaptable, with branched taproots and varying sugar content. Swiss Chard, the main root of which is not swollen, was already being cultivated as a leaf vegetable ...
growingtaste.com

Non-chemical Control of Plant Diseases in the Home Garden
... GROUP D GROUP E GROUP F Cantaloupe Brussels Eggplant Beet Sweet Bean Cucumber Sprouts Irish Carrot Corn Cowpea Honeydew ... Mustard Potato Radish Rutabaga Spinach Swiss Chard Turnip Organic Matter. Organic matter increases the number and kind of microorganisms in the soil ... leaf spot diseases. Septoria leaf spot on tomato is an example. However, in Far West Texas, with low humidity and few leaf spot ...
plantpathology.tamu.edu

Goosefoot Family
... Chard, Lamb's Quarters, Quinoa, Spinach, Purslane and Amaranth Goosefoot Family (Chenopodiaceae) Two varieties of beets Beta vulgaris: A. Garden Beet and B. Swiss Chard. The sweet, nourishing taproot of beets (lower right) and ... ) to the photosynthetic bundle sheath cells surrounding the vascular bundles (veins) of the leaf. PEP essentially shuttles the CO2 to the bundle sheath cells where it is ...
waynesword.palomar.edu

botanical.com - A Modern Herbal | Beetroots - Herb Profile and Information
... and the leaf-stalks and midrib of a cultivated form, the Spinach Beet (B. vulgaris, var. cicla), are sometimes stewed, under the name of Swiss Chard (being the Poirée à Carde of the French, with whom it is served as Sea Kale or Asparagus). This white-rooted Beet ...
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Explore Cornell - Home Gardening - Vegetable Growing Guides - Growing Guide
... and leaf venation. Foliage texture: medium Shape: cushion, mound or clump Special Considerations Tolerates: frost Special characteristics: not native to North America - Native to Europe and ... and uneven watering can make beets stringy and tough. Beets are closely related to Swiss chard and ...
www.explore.cornell.edu

Explore Cornell - Home Gardening - Vegetable Growing Guides - Growing Guide
... chard Vegetable (Cool Season) - Spinach, Beets, Chard, Vegetable (Warm Season) - Salad Greens Also known as stem chard, spinach beet, leaf beet Beta vulgaris subsp. cicla Chenopodiaceae Family Grown for its tasty and nutritious leaves and leafstalks (petioles), chard ...
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Empoasca solana
... beet, blackeye bean, celery, cowpea, cucumber, eggplant, garden bean, green bean, lettuce, lima beans, melon, papaya, peanut, potato, summer squash, Swiss chard, tomato, and watermelon. Yellow cosmos and ... tissue. Hopperburn is characterized by yellowing, chlorotic stippling and leaf malformation (Zimmerman, 1948) and tip burn (Fullaway and Krauss, 1945). These symptoms are frequently found on the ...
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Floridata: Beta vulgaris
... and chard are grown in the spring and all through the summer. Both chard and beets are tolerant of moderate frosts and freezes, and more tolerant of hot weather than most other greens and root crops. Propagation: Beet and chard ...
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VEGETABLES
... leek, tomato and pepper. The following group requires some care with transplanting: beet, celery, chard, melon and squash. Beans, corn, cucumbers, peas and okra should be direct-seeded when soil conditions and ... and turn under dead plants and leaves, compost, composted manures and leaf humus. Plant a cover crop of cereal or winter rye in late August through September. Annual rye and hairy ...
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vegetable gardening in summer
... and to keep the plants growing well. Summer is the most difficult season to grow lettuces in, heading lettuces being subject to rots, tipburn, and bolting, and leaf ... Chard'), and varieties with red stems and purplish leaves. And now a New Zealand plant breeder has developed a strain of silverbeet ('Bright Lights') which produces plants with midribs of many varied colors and ...
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