Bok Choy

Brassica rapa chinensis is smaller than Chinese cabbage (Brassica rapa pekinensis)

AAA Growers Ltd

 
AAA Growers is one of the leading exporters of Premium & Convenience vegetables from Kenya
Out of a small trial project growing tomatoes, the concept of AAA Growers was borne. Initially, setup in conjunction with the lending arm of the World Bank, the International Finance Corporation (IFC), as a micro finance oriented project, today, AAA Growers is one of the leading exporters of Premium & Convenience vegetables from Kenya.

Location

Sadani House, Riverside Lane, Riverside Drive P.O. Box 32201 - 00600
Nairobi
Kenya
Phone: +254 (20) 445-3970
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Pre- and Post-harvest Preventive Measures and Intervention Strategies to Control Microbial Food Safety Hazards of Fresh Leafy Vegetables

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Authors: 
Maria I. Gil
Authors: 
Maria V. Selma
Authors: 
Trevor Suslow
Authors: 
Liesbeth Jacxsens
Authors: 
Mieke Uyttendaele
Authors: 
Ana Allende
Publisher: 
Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition
Year: 
2,013

Production of Major Asian Vegetable Production in Florida

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Complementary production manual for asian vegetables including flat cabbage, chinese broccoli, chinese cabbage, chinese mustard, kohlrabi, oriental radish, bittermelon, chayote, fuzzy melon, long gourd, angled luffa, smooth luffa, and snake gourd.
Includes the following information:

  • Varieties
  • Seeding and Planting Information
  • Trellising Requirements
  • Maturity
Authors: 
M.L. Lamberts
Authors: 
E.J. McAvoy
Authors: 
D.D. Sui
Authors: 
A.J. Whidden
Authors: 
C.A. Snodgrass
Publisher: 
University of Florida, IFAS Extension
Year: 
2,013

Florida Plant Disease Management Guide: Chemical Control Guide for Diseases of Vegetables, Revision No. 21

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This publication is a guide to lawful use of sprayable chemicals intended for control of plant diseases affecting vegetables grown in Florida. For each crop, products are listed by FRAC code in alphabetical order to help differentiate products based on their active ingredient(s) and their specific mode of action(s).

Authors: 
Gary Vallad
Authors: 
Ken Pernezny
Authors: 
Natalia Peres
Authors: 
Richard Raid
Authors: 
Pam Roberts
Authors: 
Shouan Zhang
Publisher: 
University of Florida, IFAS
Year: 
2,010

Health promoting bioactive phytochemicals from Brassica

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Authors: 
S. Kumar
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A. Andy
Publisher: 
International Food Research Journal
Year: 
2,012

Nutrient Recommendations for Vegetable Crops Grown in Michigan: The Structure

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This bulletin presents the framework for the nutrient recommendations for vegetable crops given in the new MSU nutrient recommendation program. A subsequent bulletin will provide more management information to complement basic details of the recommendations for individual crops.

Authors: 
Darryl D. Warncke
Authors: 
Jon Dahl
Publisher: 
Michigan State University
Year: 
2,003

Insect Management for Leafy Vegetables

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Damage to leafy vegetables results from holes chewed in leaves by caterpillars and beetles, leaf mining by fly larvae and disease transmission and head contamination by piercing sucking insects. Major pests of these crops are beet and southern armyworms, cutworms, cabbage loopers, dipterous leafminers, aphids, cucumber beetles and wireworms. Less common pests of leafy vegetables include seedcorn maggot, seedcorn beetle and corn earworm.

Authors: 
G. S. Nuessly
Authors: 
S. E. Webb
Publisher: 
University of Florida IFAS Extension
Year: 
2,010

Treatment of Asian Vegetables and Herbs with 1-MCP

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Trials investigated 1-MCP (1-methylcyclopropene) as a pre-storage treatment for freshly harvested whole heads or stems of choy sum (Chinese flowering cabbage), kailaan (Chinese flowering broccoli), Shanghai buk choy, buk choy, coriander, spearmint and Thai basil. Strategies for optimising 1-MCP fumigation effects included varying both the concentration of fumigant and its application time.

Authors: 
Graeme Thomson
Authors: 
Sonja Winkler
Authors: 
Ian Wilkinson
Publisher: 
RIRDC Australia
Year: 
2,003

Alternaria Diseases

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Diseases caused by Alternaria species are very common and are worldwide in their occurrance. Important host plants include a variety of crops such as apples, broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, potatoes, Chinese cabbage, tomatoes, bok choy, an citrus, plus many plants used as ornamentals and number of weeds.

Authors: 
Franklin Laemmlen
Publisher: 
University of California Cooperative Extension
Year: 
2,001
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