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WeedAlert.com Weed Listing (Wild Garlic)
... Wild Carrot Wild Garlic Wild Grape Wild Mustard Wild Onion Wild Strawberry Wild Violet Woodsorrel, Creeping Woodsorrel, Yellow Yarrow Yellow Foxtail Yellow Nutsedge Yellow Rocket Yellow Thistle Yellow Woodsorrel University Links Control Options Germination Dates Wild onion and wild garlic ...
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Ask The Yard Doctor - GardenWeb
... :39 1 follow-up, posted on Fri, Sep 8, 06 at 13:25 huge wild onions and wild garlic problem Posted by: luckyj Delaware on Thu, Sep 7, 06 at 17:03 1 ...
forums.gardenweb.com

Garlic, Commercial Vegetable Production Guides, North Willamette Research and Extension Center
... useful distinction is the classification of garlic into softneck (ssp. sativum) and hardneck (ssp. ophioscorodon) types. All wild garlic is of the hardneck type but domestic garlic may be either hardneck or softneck. Both begin with leafy tissue in spring but hardneck garlic will produce a ...
oregonstate.edu

Garlic
... of physical difficulties through time. Garlic originates in southern Europe, but various garlic species have been known world-wide for centuries. The Indians used wild garlic extensively before the settlers brought cultivated varieties into the mix. It can be started in the home garden by seeding or cloves. Garlic cloves or ...
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WeedAlert.com Weed Listing (Wild Strawberry)
... Wild Virginia Buttonweed Virginia Creeper Virginia Pepperweed Western Salsify White Clover White Prairieaster White Stem Filaree Wild Carrot Wild Garlic Wild Grape Wild Mustard Wild Onion Wild Strawberry Wild ...
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Garlic
... , hardnecks have more intense flavors--they are more closely related to their wild ancestor--but lesser storage capabilities, while conversely softnecks are excellent "keepers" but ... Ethnobotanical Leaflets - Garlic - a combination of scientific and historical information on garlic Filaree Farm - a regional organic garlic grower: good information on garlic types, plus further garlic- and organics- ...
growingtaste.com

Wild Downloads
... give Photo Contest What's New Wild Chapters Wild Chapters Wild Calendar Wild Events Wild People Education Seeds for Education Next Generation ... and what is myth? From November/December 2006 Wild Ones Journal. Garlic Mustard: Odiferous Invader Journal article. (432 KB PDF File ... garlic. Now you know where the name comes from read on to find out why you don't want it around. From July/August 2006 Wild ...
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Wild Ones: Wild Ones Archive 2002, Jul 24:  Ques #9: Plants Under Maple Trees  
... About Us Contact Us Join and give Photo Contest What's New Wild Chapters Wild Chapters Wild Calendar Wild Events Wild People Education Seeds for Education Next Generation Native Landscaping Weed Control Laws Ecoscaper ... maple, an alien species from Europe, makes such dense shade that nothing but buckthorn and garlic mustard (both terrible weeds) will grow under it. The best solution is wood chips ...
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Garlic-Herb of the year 2004
... garlic cured rabies. Africans used it to repel mosquitoes and crocodiles. Garlic is believed to have originated in Central Asia, but its ability to grow in the wild, in poor conditions and almost any soil has allowed its spread worldwide. Eastern legends say that when Satan left the Garden of Eden, onions (a garlic ...
www.neuhsa.org

Open Directory - Home: Cooking: Wild Foods
... , salad, wine, and jelly. Eating Nature - Information about a broad range of wild foods and links to other wild food sites. Edible Weeds - Includes tips for collecting and recipes such as Dandelion ... Ramps - Ways to use ramps, a wild like onion or garlic found in the mountains. Recipes from Hugs's Homehearth - Recipes for several types of wild fowl. "Wild Foods" search on: AltaVista - A9 - AOL ...
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