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Vegetables and Pulses Outlook

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According to USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) August 28 Vegetables report, the 2014 contract production of the four major processing vegetables (tomatoes, sweet corn, snap beans, and green peas) is projected to total 18.2 million short tons, up 14 percent from last year.

Authors: 
Hodan Farah Wells
Authors: 
Jennifer Bond
Authors: 
Suzanne Thornsbury
Publisher: 
USDA ERS
Year: 
2,014

Manual del Cultivo de la Cebolla: Plagas

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En Argentina son pocas las especies de insectos que colonizan la cebolla provocando daños económicos. Sin embargo, los agricultores aplican periódicamente insecticidas, sin considerar si las poblaciones de insectos alcanzaron o no niveles críticos.

Authors: 
Silvio J. Lanati
Publisher: 
INTA Argentina
Year: 
1,997

Manual del cultivo de la cebolla: enfermedades

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Capítulo de enfermedades del Manual del Cultivo de la Cebolla.  Los tópicos cubiertos par cada enfermedad son: agente causal, síntomas, condiciones predisponentes, sobrevivencia, diseminación, penetración y control.
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Authors: 
Marta Gatica
Authors: 
Enrique Oriolani
Publisher: 
INTA, Argentina
Year: 
1,997

Understanding Spices for Processing

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Authors: 
E. V. Divakara Sastry
Publisher: 
Ethiopian Journal of Applied Sciences and Technology
Year: 
2,013

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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Aconcagua Foods S.A.

Por más de 100 años hemos elaborado productos hortofrutícolas y abastecido desde Chile, a la industria alimentaria y a los consumidores finales en todo el mundo.
Nuestro objetivo es contribuir al éxito de los negocios de nuestros clientes, ofreciéndoles productos de calidad asegurada con plena confiabilidad técnica y comercial.

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José Alberto Bravo 0278 Buin
Santiago, RM
Chile
Phone: +56 (2) 821-8280
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Hengfeng Fresh Produce Co., Ltd

We, Hengfeng Fresh Produce Co.,Ltd, one of the leading agriculture produce suppliers from China, are specializing in processing vegetables and fruits. Locating in Shandong province we have cold storages with the capacity of 5,000 tons and 8,000 square meters processing factory. We supply many kinds of fresh product such as garlic, ginger, onion, apple, Ya pear and processed product like garlic paste, garlic powder, garlic granule, garlic flake and ginger paste. All of Our vegetables and fruits are pollution-free product, which are planted and hand selected by workers very carefully.

Location

East Section , South Ring
Juye , 37 37
China
Phone: +86 530 8275988
Contact: 
Peter Li
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Growing Fresh Market Onions, Garlic, and Leeks

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Onions, garlic, and leeks are good crops to grow for the farmers market because you can sell them at different stages of growth, their harvest dates are flexible, and you can store them. You can also make products such as garlic braids to add value to your crop. Onions and garlic are basic cooking ingredients and are healthy to eat. If you grow different types of onions such as sweet onions, fall green onions, and storage onions, you can harvest from early spring through late fall.

Authors: 
A.C. Newenhouse
Publisher: 
University of Wisconsin Extension
Year: 
2,011

Cómo cultivar cebollas, ajos y puerros para el mercado de productos frescos

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Authors: 
A.C. Newenhouse
Publisher: 
University of Wisconsin Extension
Year: 
2,012
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