I anticipate using this dried zucchini in soups or stews. We’ll see what more I can think of in the dead of winter…
Fungal disease that makes potatoes ugly. They can still be eaten, and it supposedly doesn’t reduce crop yield, but infected potatoes won’t store well. There are a few different forms of scab (Common Scab & Powdery Scab). There’s no treatment, but soil moisture & pH levels are ways to manage it. Physical Description Caused by soil-borne […]
Stolons are stems that grow at the surface of the soil, or just below. They form adventitious roots at their nodes, and new plants from their buds. These new plants are clones of the original. Sometimes stolons are referred to as runners. Potato tubers are actually modified stolons, and form at the end of the […]
stub Species & Taxonomy Kingdom: Phylum: Class: Order: Family: Genus Species: Lifecycle Plants Affected Plants Unaffected Geographical Range Signs & Symptoms Whole Plant Leaves Flowers Fruit Roots/Tubers How to Positively Identify Treatment Prevention & Control Cultural Controls: Habitat: Temperature & Humidity: Mulching & Cultivation Practices: Natural […]
Sweet anise tasting herb. Leaves are used in salads and soups, or to flavor sauces (bearnaise) and vinaigrette. Pairs well with seafood and poultry dishes. Botanical Information Taxonomy Artemisia dracunculus var. sativa History Physical Description grows up to 2′ tall and is slightly bushy – about a foot wide The 2″ leaves are long & […]
This is from a yummy new cookbook: Onions Etcetera
Authors: Kate Winslow & Guy Ambrosino Copyright: 2017 Publisher: Burgess Lea Press Buy from Amazon:
Good way to cook them for preserving them in the freezer.