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Potato Varieties for Saskatchewan
... tubers keep very well in storage. Recomended as an early potato. Kennebec - This late-maturing variety has been available for many years. A high yield of tan to creamy white skinned, oblong tubers with shallow eyes can be expected. Medium in dry-matter content, the variety is best suited to boiling. Close spacings are recommended in the garden to prevent the tubers from ...
gardenline.usask.ca

variety
... market. Russets, which tend to produce oblong tubers, are used for both frozen processing and fresh market. The carbohydrate (starch and sugar) composition of tubers plays an important role in determining ... ); round to oblong white-skinned with yellow undertone, cream-white flesh Norchip-- Once the leading variety, Norchip is now a minor player in the chipping trade. Round to oblong tubers; eyes ...
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Growing Potatoes in the Florida Home Garden
... begins, and the plant prepares for storing nutrients in tubers. Tuber initiation: tubers begin forming on the end of stolons (underground stems), ... skin color, and a slightly netted skin texture. Tubers are round to oblong with moderately shallow eyes. Long-time residents of ... of brown to dark brown tubers. The tubers have a heavy russet or netted skin texture. Tubers are oblong to long with a shallow ...
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Thelymitras Page 250
... the leaf sheaf that is attached directly to the two underground tubers, these can be pear shaped, round or ovoid, leaf bracts can ... Leaves are solitary, often elongated broad to linear lanceolate or oval-oblong, all are glabrous, except one that is covered in fine downy hair ... vegetative material would penetrate the soil to the depths of the tubers, 15 cm or more below the surface (gas rises). The ...
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Vegetable Crops - pt 4
... This disease rarely occurs in Texas. Spots on leaves are large and oval or somewhat oblong, with light gray centers. Spots may also be present on the stem. Severely infected ... until vines are killed by chemical treatment and infected tubers have decayed completely. Pink Rot of Tubers (fungi - Phytophthora parasitica and P. cryptogea): Diseased tubers are spongy and initially discolored around the ...
plantpathology.tamu.edu

botanical.com - A Modern Herbal | Bindweed, Jalap - Herb Profile and Information
... convolvulaceous plant with crimson flowers and a tuberous root, which is of officinal value. The tubers, varying in size from a walnut to an orange, are dark, umber-brown in colour ... the tropics, where it is largely cultivated. The roots are somewhat in shape like an oblong and ugly potato, often club-shaped, and are of a reddish colour. When cooked, they ...
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Botanical
... Pest & Diseases Gardens, Associations & Societies Encyclopedia of Plants Plants By Common Names : Annuals : Bulbs, Corns, Tubers and Rhizomes : Cactus and Succulents : Fruit and Nuts : Grass and Water Plants : Herbs and ... , bushy plants that grow 1 to 4 feet high. Their leaves are elliptic or oblong to la... Helipterum These shrubs, annuals and perennials are natives of Australia, Tasmania and ...
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Herbs: 2006 Seed List for Members of the Friends
... soil. Ht. 30 – 60cm. (GRT) 204. Stachys affinis – Chinese artichoke Cultivated for its edible root tubers, the upright stems have hairy, crinkly leaves and small white or pink flowers blooming in ... . Stachys officinalis (syn. S. betonica; Betonica officinalis) – Bishop’s wort The upright stems bear dense oblong spikes of reddish-purple, pink or white flowers from early summer to early autumn. Ht ...
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Explore Cornell - Home Gardening - Vegetable Growing Guides - Growing Guide
... Growing Information How to plant: Propagate by division or separation - Grown from seed potatoes -- tubers grown the previous season. Germination temperature: 40 F - Do not plant seed potatoes ... skin and red flesh) French Fingerling (small, long tubers with pink skin and yellow flesh) German Butterball (late maturity, round to oblong, golden skin, yellow flesh) Copyright 2003 Cornell University. ...
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Geraniaceae to identify
... may have been my fault?). It has a woody root network, with occasional smooth, oblong, rust-colored tubers that look like seaweed floats, and goes dormant in the fall. I much admire ...
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