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Agroforestry_R
... how we can transform our cities into biologically and culturally alive gardens."(From the book "Fatal Harvest" - highly recommended!) The Woodland Edge Garden: The way we are currently producing our food is ...
www.the-tree.org.uk

UrbanAgriculture
... Michael for his kind permission to reproduce this article here. This essay is reprinted from Fatal Harvest: The Tragedy of Industrial Agriculture, distributed by Island Press. Michael Ableman has farmed 12 acres ... dry beans, hot chili peppers, epizote, verdulaga, alfalfa, and various squashes. Robert Gerheart/Rodale from Fatal Harvest Rooftop garden in New York City The other half of this land is a ...
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Backyard Sugarcane
... from the soil. Because of this, early frost damage is usually not fatal, since the buried and undamaged meristem will continue to produce new ... a reasonable planting date the preceding year, cane will be ready for harvest anytime after November 1st. Keep an eye on the weather, since you'll want to harvest before a killing freeze. Keep in mind that harvesting too early ...
edis.ifas.ufl.edu

Ethnobotany Garden - "JL Hudson on Seed Germination"
... week after sowing, and gradually brought up to warm temperatures. Warming too quickly can be fatal for some seeds. 'Cold germinators' only sprout at cold temperatures and are most conveniently treated ... between individual plants at the same site, and varies with weather conditions before harvest and conditions of storage after harvest. Gibberellic Acid-3 (GA-3) GA-3 is a naturally occuring plant ...
ethnobotany.yage.net

OSU Extension Service and Agricultural Research Station News
... lupines, campanulas, hollyhocks, Shasta daisies, pansies, sweet williams and dianthus. Damping-off disease may prove fatal to veggie seedlings Damping-off disease, caused by fungi, frequently attack young seedlings or ... April in seed starting mix. Then plant them out in the garden in May and harvest them starting in September. OSU-recommended varieties listed. Plant onions in early spring for ...
extension.oregonstate.edu

EXTOXNET PIP - DIMETOMORPH
... greater than 2000 mg/kg (58, 22). The concentration of dimethomorph in air which is fatal to half of the animals tested, the LC50, is greater than 4.24 mg/l ... : Dimethomorph is only metabolized to a small degree in plants. In studies of crops at harvest, either no residues or residues up to 0.5 mg/kg were found (1). PHYSICAL ...
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EXTOXNET PIP - ETHYLENE DIBROMIDE (EDB)
... Introduction: Ethylene dibromide (EDB) is used extensively as a soil and post-harvest fumigant for crops, and as a quarantine fumigant for citrus and ... : Ethylene dibromide (EDB) is used extensively as a soil and post-harvest fumigant for crops, and as a quaratnine fumigant for citrus and ... kg in mice, and 55 mg/kg in rabbits [8]. The lowest fatal oral dose for humans was reportedly 90 mg/kg [8]. The ...
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Beans
... for commercial bean growers, says Trellised [pole] beans are easy to harvest, less liable to disease and produce more attractive fruit compared to ... that depends heavily on a given foodstuff have a potentially fatal reaction to it? No one is sure, but one theory ... beans, of all kinds, knowing when to harvest is important. For beans grown as snap beans, harvest as often as possible, daily if you ...
growingtaste.com

Desirable Herb Varieties: Saffron
... a variety of autumn crocus--but the hand labor required to harvest the spice itself in quantity; in quantities suited for household consumption ... get materially wet, much less sit in wet ground; and 2) harvest timely. (We'll elaborate below.) A Spanish commercial saffron-grower's ... June, often in the form of heavy storms: that can be fatal to outdoors saffron. Thus, we are best to plant our saffron ...
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The American Chestnut Foundation
... and many others, we have completed two years of pollination and harvest." Clint Neel continues to be active at his family's cattle ... at Rutgers University, I wrote a paper entitled ‘Can Presently Fatal Tree Blights Be Conquered?’ That was in 1958 and ... cooperation of arborists in providing aerial lift trucks for pollination and harvest work. Are you a member of TACF? Tell us about yourself........ ...
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