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Zanahoria Daucus Carota

La zanahoria es una planta de alimento provenida del lugar que conocemos ahora como Afganistán, y estuvo originalmente del color purpúreo. Estuvo probablemente cultivando por la gente antigua pero no fue una planta corriente de alimento. Sin embargo, hasta eso tiempo las especies se pusieron de emigrar a Europa, Asia, África del Norte y más …

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Harvesting Asparagus

Asparagus cannot be harvested during the year of crown planting because it must be allowed to grow and develop a strong storage root system. Using vigorous varieties, high-quality crowns, good management, and having a long growing season to permit maximum fern growth, it is possible to harvest for 2 to 4 weeks the first year …

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Kabocha

Kabocha (katakana: カボチャ) is a Japanese variety of winter squash. The word kabocha has come to mean a general type of winter squash to many English-speaking growers and buyers. In some cultures it is revered as an aphrodisiac. Kabocha is commonly called Japanese pumpkin, especially in Australia, New Zealand and Southeast Asia, and is also …

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Lavender

Lavandula angustifolia,  L.  x intermedia Market: Lavender is 9,000 Ha worldwide. Market Products: Fresh flower, dried flower, potted plants, and oil {1.3% volatile oil or higher with good color is desired} Growing Culture: Exposure–full sun, Soil–light, well drained, deep, not too rich, pH 6.5–7.5 Only English types are available in seed form. Direct seeding not …

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Organic Basil

Sweet Basil (Ocimum basilicum L.) All basils are tender annuals and are very susceptible to cold weather. Basil should only be planted when there is no danger of frost. Basil should always be grown in full sun, and in warm well drained soil. Raised beds are highly recommended as they promote good drainage and warm …

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Informe preliminar del agente causal del mal del chocolate del tomate (Lycopersicum sculentum L.), en las zonas productoras de Guatemala, 2003.

Danilo Ernesto Dardón Avila[1], Margarita Palmieri[2], Luis Mejía[3]  Introducción:  El tomate ha sido importe para Guatemala debido a que forma parte de la dieta alimenticia de sus habitantes, porque se consume en fresco como ensaladas, o bien se prepara en el famoso chirmol (mezcla de tomate sancochado a las brazas, al carbón o a fuego …

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