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OSU Extension Service and Agricultural Research Station News
... harvest. Offer of growing guide on line and printed copy. Tired of bolting spinach? Try this Growing broadleaf spinach is easiest in the cooler spring and fall because in the summer, ... leafy spinach-like greens that arenít related to spinach, but look and taste somewhat like spinach and can be used like spinach in the kitchen, including: New Zealand spinach, amaranth greens and Orach. These spinach- ...
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Asian Vegetables Forum - GardenWeb
... -ups, last one posted on Thu, Nov 2, 06 at 9:23 WANTED: Wanted: New Zealand Spinach seed Posted by: therahort 8 SC on Wed, Jul 26, 06 at 16:10 WANTED ... :30 1 follow-up, posted on Fri, Apr 28, 06 at 17:34 Wanted:Malabar Spinach and Cluster Bean Seeds Posted by: ganesh108 texas/zone9a on Fri, Mar 17, 06 at ...
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Chives, Winter Onions, and Other Tasty Perennials
... by division every 4 or 5 years to control its growth NEW ZEALAND SPINACH Although a perennial, this type of spinach will seldom survive prairie winters. A very sheltered location with a good ...
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Spinach, Commercial Vegetable Production Guides, North Willamette Research and Extension Center
... good growth. Spinach grows very poorly at pH below 6.0. SEED AND SEED TREATMENT Summer spinach variety seed numbers approximately 2,800 per ounce, while New Zealand spinach seed numbers about 350 per ounce. Use only seed that has been fungicide-treated. Spinach is susceptible ...
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botanical.com - A Modern Herbal | Arrach (Garden) - Herb Profile and Information
... and Information Arrach (Garden) Botanical: Atriplex hortensis Uses ---Synonyms---Mountain Spinach. Garden Orache. The Garden Orache, or Mountain Spinach (Atriplex hortensis), is a tall, erect-growing hardy annual, a ... for Spinach and to correct the acidity of Sorrel. The quality of the spinach yielded by Orache is, however, far inferior to that of Common Spinach, or even of the New Zealand Spinach. ...
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Botanical
... common and sometimes pesky, perennial weed in northern yards known as the Dande... Tetragonia New Zealand Spinach, T. tetragonioides, is a half-hardy, short-lived perennial that makes a good sub... Thalia ...
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Wisconsin Vascular Plants: Search Results
... Map Gallery) Tetragonia (Genus Information, Photo Gallery and Map Gallery) Tetragonia tetragonioides (Pall.) Kuntze * + New Zealand spinach Demidovia tetragonioides Pall. Tetragonia expansa Murray Menu: Herbarium Home WISFLORA: Vascular Plant Species Vascular Plant ...
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CRFG Fruit List
... . By Edward T. Hager, M.D. 1989, #3 pp 3-5, 6 Rediscovered Vegetables: New Zealand Spinach. 1989 #3, p 5 The Research Corner: a Superior Tomato; Grafting Help. 1983 #1, p ...
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Explore Cornell - Home Gardening - Vegetable Growing Guides - Growing Guide
... keep better, but are harder to clean. New Zealand spinach and Malabar spinach are warm-season greens similar to spinach, but different species. See separate Growing Guides. Some varieties recommended for New York include: Spring: America Dark Green Bloomsdale Indian Summer Melody Space Tyee Summer: New Zealand spinach Malabar spinach ...
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Growing vegetables on Leeds allotments - Spinach
... Zealand Spinach (I've seen it also called Perennial and Perpetual Spinach) is a different plant altogether. It is more tolerant of hot and dry conditions than true spinach ... spinach plant, much less of the winter spinach. Sow for summer and winter, pick regularly, and you can have spinach almost all the year round. Back to top Using Spinach ...
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