The tomato plant (Lycopersicon esculentum) is planted for its fruits which are consumed when they reach their physiological maturity, but also these are pickled before they reach their physiological maturity. The tomatoes can be consumed either fresh, or canned, or cooked.
Garlic – Information, tips for growing and looking after this vegetable
The garlic (Allium sativum ssp. Vulgare) is planted for its bulbs and its fake stem. It is used as food or as a spice, as well as a medicine. As a medicine, it has the following properties:
Celery – Information, tips for growing and looking after this vegetable
The celery (Apium graveolens) is planted for its thick, flavory roots which are filled with vitamins. This plant is used in people’s diets as it can be used in salads, or as a spice, or it can be pickled. The celery also has therapeutic properties as it can be used to treat rheumatism, anemia, etc.
Spinach – Information, tips for growing and looking after this vegetable
The spinach (Spinacea oleracea) is being cultivated for its leaves, which can be consumed fresh, boiled, or cooked in various dishes. The leaves contain protein, carbohydrates, the C vitamin, carotene, calcium, phosphorus, potassium and iron. The spinach has therapeutic effects, as it is used to treat anemia, scurvy, rickets, asthenia, or burns.
PestWorld 2018, Orlando, Florida
Pest management professionals from all over the world gather at the PestWorld conference every year. This year, it’s held in Orlando, Florida, and in its exhibit hall, thousands of owners and managers of pest companies from all over the world are able to get access to the latest products, services and technologies developed this last year.
Dicamba herbicide and it’s effects
Dicamba is a selective herbicide in the chlorophenoxy family of chemicals. It comes in several salt formulations and an acid formulation. These forms of dicamba have different properties in the environment. Products with dicamba frequently contain other herbicides as well.
Lettuce – Information, tips for growing and looking after this vegetable
The lettuce (Lactuca sativa) is planted for its leaves which are freshly consumed. These contain vitamins and mineral salts. This plant is very tolerant to cold weather. This is why the plant is cultivated during early spring or late autumn. The lettuce is one of the vegetables which can be consumed fresh during the cold periods of the year.
Our visit at spoga+gafa, Cologne, 2018
The spoga+gafa exhibit is the world’s leading trade fair for the sectors of garden and leisure. It brings together international exhibitors, which present their most important and newer products, and visitors, from all over the world.
Radishes – Information, tips for growing and looking after this vegetable
The radishes (Raphanus sativus) are planted for their roots, which are used in people’s diets. These roots have sugars, vitamins, mineral salts and volatile substances.
Melons – Information, tips for growing and looking after this vegetable
The melons (cantaloupe – Cucumis melo; watermelon – Citrullus vulgaris) are being grown for its fruit which are consumed at their physiologic maturity, fresh or as ingredients for different foods. Their fruit are appreciated for their smooth, fresh, sweet and pleasant taste. The fruit contain sugar, vitamins, mineral salts, water and nitro-organic substances.
Parsley – Information, tips for growing and looking after this vegetable
The parsley (Petroselinum crispum) is being grown for its flavored leaves, but also for its roots, which are rich in sugars, lipids and mineral salts. This plant is used in medicine, or as a digestive tonic, or in treating kidney, liver or heart diseases, but mostly it is used in treating malaria and anaemia.
Parsnip – Information, tips for growing and looking after this vegetable
The parsnip (Pastinaca sativa) is currently being cultivated for its flavored roots. The roots have a high sugar, protides, C vitamin, potassium salts, phosphorus salts and essential substances.