Cauliflower

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Información Agrícola

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  1. Cultivo de la berza
  2. Cultivo del bróculi
  3. Cultivo de la coliflor
  4. Cultivo de las coles
Authors: 
Tecnología Agroalimentaria
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Tecnología Agroalimentaria

Freezing Vegetables: Mississippi State University Extension

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For Quality Frozen Vegetables Get vegetables from the garden into the freezer as quickly as possible to preserve the quality of the food. Fresh, tender vegetables are best for freezing. The fresher the vegetables when frozen, the better your product.

Authors: 
Brent Fountain
Publisher: 
Mississippi State University Extension
Year: 
2,016

UGA Weed Control Programs for Broccoli, Cabbage, and Cauliflower 2016

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When it comes to growing commercial broccoli, cabbage, and cauliflower, crop rotation, tillage, and a sound herbicide program are all often critical components for long-term success. This circular focuses on developing sound herbicide programs for cole crops while minimizing crop injury for the following production systems: 1) transplanting into mulch, 2) transplanting into bare ground, and 3) seeding into bare ground.

Authors: 
S. Culpepper
Authors: 
J. C. Smith
Publisher: 
University of Georgia, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences
Year: 
2,016

Givrex

The firm GIVREX (Robert Mansour & Co.) is privately owned by the Mansour family in Alexandria, Egypt. They are actively specialized since 1978 in the production and export of all types of Egyptian Frozen Fruits and Vegetables that are highly selected and of choice quality.

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Alexandria, Egypt
Qism Sidi Gabir
Alexandria
Egypt
Phone: +(203) 424-4000
Fax: +(203) 428-2139
Year: 
1,978
Email: 
info@givrex.com
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North Carolina Agricultural Chemicals Manual: Fertilizer Use

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Authors: 
C. R. Crozier
Authors: 
D. L. Osmond
Authors: 
M. Castillo
Authors: 
E. J. Dunphy
Authors: 
K. Edmisten
Authors: 
L. Fisher
Authors: 
R. W. Heiniger
Authors: 
D. L. Jordan
Authors: 
J. M. Luginbuhl
Authors: 
D. H. Hardy
Authors: 
M. L. Parker,
Authors: 
J. Pattison
Authors: 
B. Cline
Authors: 
G. E. Fernandez
Authors: 
K. Hicks
Authors: 
Charles Peacock
Authors: 
Grady Miller
Authors: 
Matt Martin
Authors: 
B. Fair
Authors: 
A. V. LeBude
Authors: 
J. R. Schultheis
Authors: 
J. M. Davis
Publisher: 
North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service
Year: 
2,016

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

Bioefficacy of Bacillus thuringiensis isolates crude protein against Plutella xylostella L.

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Authors: 
Geeta Goudar
Authors: 
A.R. Alagawadi
Publisher: 
Journal of Biopesticides
Year: 
2,012

Alternaria Leaf Spot

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Alternaria brassicae, A. brassicicola
Most crucifer plants are susceptible to Alternaria leaf spot and plants at all growth stages may be affected. Symptoms caused by the two pathogens are very similar and both may be found on the same plant. Infection of seedling stems may result in damping-off or stunted plants.

Authors: 
Lowell L. Black
Publisher: 
AVRDC - The World Vegetable Center
Year: 
2,001
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