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Lettuce Leaf Newsletters
... Lettuce Leaf Newsletters Contact DPI | Privacy | Disclaimer DPI HOME MINERALS AGRICULTURE FISHERIES FORESTS Site Navigation Animals Field ... Science and research Services, education and support The Department Home Horticulture Vegetables Lettuce Leaf Newsletters A newsletter for Australian lettuce growers discussing research trials and current issues. Issue 25 - August 2006 501kb pdf ...
www.agric.nsw.gov.au

Edible Flowers Chart - Home Cooking
... edible. Daylillies may act as a laxative. Tastes like: sweet, crunchy, like a crisp lettuce leaf, faintly like chestnuts or beans Dill Anthum graveolens More info here. English Daisy* Bellis ... Gardenia jasminoides Tastes like: light, sweet flavor Gladiolus* Gladiolus spp Tastes like: similar to lettuce Hibiscus Hibiscus rosa-sinensis Tastes like: slightly acidic, boiled makes a nice beverage ...
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Growing vegetables on Leeds allotments - Lettuce
... bit of nasturtium leaf/flower, or rocket, to liven it up. A little more care pays dividends. For a deliciously better lettuce crop - ... Webb's Wonderful or Lakeland Loose Leaf varieties, often with red tinged leaves, some with superb flavour. Lettuce are not fussy about soil - a ... with leaves of a good cos lettuce - very fresh, very crisp! The idea is you fold a lettuce leaf, dip into the syrup, and eat ...
www.keirg.freeserve.co.uk

The Official Seed Starting Home Page - Lettuce (leaf)
... Starting Home Page - Lettuce (leaf) Your Weekly Electronic Gardening Guide Practical Horticulture for Busy People. Lettuce (leaf) About This Plant... Family: Asteraceae Genus and species: Lactuca sativa var. crispa ... -12 inches Spacing between rows: 12-24 inches Growing On... Pests: slugs, earwigs, leaf miners, whiteflies Diseases: aster yellows, downy mildew, powdery mildew, white mold Harvest: ...
www.chestnut-sw.com

Lettuce
... Primer BACTERIA Erwinia carotovora subsp. carotovora (soft rot) BACTERIA Hoplolaimus sp. NEMATODE Lettuce mosaic virus VIRUS Meloidogyne Primer NEMATODE Meloidogyne hapla (root-knot nematode) NEMATODE ... Oidium sp. (powdery mildew) FUNGI Pseudomonas Primer BACTERIA Pseudomonas gladioli (marginal leaf blight ) BACTERIA Pseudomonas sp. (bacterial leafspot) BACTERIA Pythium Primer FUNGI Pythium sp. ...
www.extento.hawaii.edu

The Gardener's Network - Vegetable Gardening: How to Grow Lettuce
... Bibb Buttercrunch or Butterhead Leaf Lettuce- Members of this group have leaves which make little or no attempt to group or bunch together. They commonly called "loose leaf". Members include: Argula ... rotting and bolting. Leaf types grow and mature quickly, and have fewer disease problems. Hardiness: All forms of lettuce thrive in cooler weather, with moderate moisture. Lettuce does not like mid- ...
www.gardenersnet.com

Growing vegetables on Leeds allotments - Chard, Leaf Beet
... (not runner beans), lettuce, onions and brassica; Growing beetroot under brassica or beans will protect their leaves from bird damage when they are young. Tips for Chard and Leaf Beet First tip ... (Bright Lights) Aug-Nov and Spring Always reliable. Back to top Growing Calendar - Chard and Leaf Beet Timings are based on my allotment in Yorkshire; southerners will start earlier, northerners even ...
www.keirg.freeserve.co.uk

Watch Your Garden Grow - Lettuce
... lettuce withstand heat better than others. There are five distinct types of lettuce: leaf (also called loose-leaf lettuce), Cos or romaine, crisphead, butterhead and stem (also called asparagus lettuce). Leaf lettuce, the most widely adapted type, produces crisp leaves loosely arranged on the stalk. Nearly every garden has at least a short row of leaf lettuce, ...
www.urbanext.uiuc.edu

Open Directory - Home: Gardening: Plants: Vegetables: Leaf and Stalk Vegetables
... the entire directory only in Vegetables/Leaf_and_Stalk_Vegetables Top: Home: Gardening: Plants: Vegetables: Leaf and Stalk Vegetables (3) Description Ohio State University Extension: Growing Asparagus ... : Growing Lettuce in the Home Garden - Gives information on types of lettuce, suggested cultivars, climatic and soil requirements, cultural practices, and harvesting. "Leaf and Stalk Vegetables ...
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Open Directory - Home:Gardening:Plants:Vegetables:Leaf and Stalk Vegetables
... :Vegetables:Leaf and Stalk Vegetables about dmoz | help Top: Home: Gardening: Plants: Vegetables: Leaf_and_Stalk_Vegetables Sites that contain information specifically about vegetables grown for their edible leaves and stalks, such as lettuce, spinach ...
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