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The New Hampshire greywater-irrigated greenhouse is the top cold climate producer of salad greens in the US according to a survey carried out by A. Shapiro at the National ... 4 - 6 people with more than enough salad greens throughout the long New England winter. Winter vegetables grown in it include broccoli, spinach, lettuce, mustard greens and sorrel (see below) (15). Another simple ...
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Seed saving practicalities
Cucumber, Dill, Endive, French Bean, Garlic, Garlic Chives, Jerusalem Artichoke, Kale, Kohlrabi, Leek, Lettuce, Melon, Mustard, Mustard Greens, Onion, Parsley, Parsnip, Pea, Pepper, Potato, Pumpkin, Radish, Rhubarb, Rocket, Runner bean, Salsify, Soya bean ...
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Kind Planet Humane Education - Rabbit Diet
Basil Beet greens (tops)* Bok Choy Broccoli (mostly leaves/stems)* Brussels sprouts Carrots & carrot tops* Celery Cilantro Clover Collard greens* Dandelion greens/flowers (no pesticides)* Endive Escarole Green peppers Kale (!)* Mint Mustard greens* Parsley* Pea ...
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Sub-Program 1 - Asian Foods
(QDPI Notes) Choy sum (QDPI Notes) Komatsuna (QDPI Notes) Mizuna and mibuna (QDPI Notes) Mustard greens (QDPI Notes) Pak choy (QDPI Notes) Managing weeds in broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage (QDPI ... Agric) Chinese Chard/Bok Choy (NSW Agric) Chinese Flowering Cabbage/Choy Sum (NSW Agric) Chinese mustard (NSW Agric) Curry Leaves (NSW Agric) Hairy Melon (NSW Agric) Kaffir Lime Leaves (NSW ...
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Ecological Engineering Group
The sequestered lead was carefully removed and safely disposed of. Besides mustard greens, pumpkin vines were used to clean up an old Magic Marker factory site in ... protein in it's leaves) Bladder campion (accumulates zinc and copper) Brassica juncea (Indian mustard greens) (accumulates selenium, sulfur, lead, chromium, cadmi um, nickel, zinc, and copper) Buxaceae (boxwood) and ...
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Ecological Engineering Group
The sequestered lead was carefully removed and safely disposed of. Besides mustard greens, pumpkin vines were used to clean up an old Magic Marker factory site in ... protein in it's leaves) Bladder campion (accumulates zinc and copper) Brassica juncea (Indian mustard greens) (accumulates selenium, sulfur, lead, chromium, cadmi um, nickel, zinc, and copper) Buxaceae (boxwood) and ...
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Very high in calcium that is easily assimilated in the body. Mustard & Turnip greens: Regular mustard greens pack a strong bite; the Oriental greens are milder but still have a pleasant pungency. Turnip greens are noted for their bite. Mustard greens are ...
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Beginner's Guide to Pet Iguanas
From the frozen food area (or fresh if available): bag chopped collard greens bag chopped mustard greens bag ...
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Tom's Camping Journal: Tobacco Roots Trek II
That evening we had a tasty stir-fry of cattail shoots, mustard greens, and duckweed along with ashcakes (wheat flour with grass seed and poppy seed made into ... , aspen and fir. Along the way we found foods such as the seeds from various mustard plants which were delicious. We ate two varieties of rose hips, more gooseberries, and harvested ...
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Brassica juncea
Search | Home Brassica juncea (L.) Czern. Brassicaceae Mustard greens, Leaf mustard, Indian mustard, Rai, Brown mustard Source: James A. Duke. 1983. Handbook of Energy Crops. unpublished. Uses Folk ... mustard greens are used in salads or mixed with other salad greens. Older leaves with stems may be eaten fresh, canned or frozen, for potherbs, and to a limited extent in salads. Mustard greens ...
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