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Brassicas such as turnips, radishes, rape, kale and canola immediately come to mind.
The injuries caused by the stink bugs on Brassicas were assessed by the 6-grade visual scale (STONER; SHELTON, 1988), which was developed for assessing the extent of damage done on cabbage by onion thrips (Thrips tabaci Lindeman), while Trdan et al.
Brassica chinensis, as pak choy is more formally known, comes in a wide variety of sizes and colours thanks to the development of specific cultivars.
Most nutritionists would recommend that brassicas should account for no more than 50% of an animal's diet but Mr Morgan reckons this can be upped to 70%.
Contributors from various biological sciences explore how species of Brassicas have been, and can continue to be, improved in terms of production and quality of oil from their seeds.
In this study, we evaluated the antiproliferative activity of juice obtained from leaves of several varieties of Brassica oleracea on both estrogen receptor (ER)-positive (ER+; MCF-7 and BT474) and ER-negative (ER-;MDA-MB-231 and BT20) human breast cancer cell lines.
London, August 29 (ANI): Sequencing the genome of a Chinese cabbage variety of a plant called Brassica rapa, a close relative of oilseed rape, could help improve the efficiency of crop breeding and ensure our future food security, BBSRC-funded scientists say.
root has long been a source of annoyance for brassica growers, but this week's special offer features varieties developed by experts at DT Brown, which show a natural resistance to the scourge.
This plant-defense chemical discourages herbivory of the brassicas and gives them their peppery taste.
Retailers could be faced with a shortage of British-grown brassicas in the autumn and winter as the dry weather affects growing conditions, producers have warned.
Brassicas - these include cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, kale, Brussels' sprouts and thrive in the company of geraniums, rosemary, borage, nasturtiums and alliums but loathe tomatoes, aubergines, capsicums and mustard.
I am especially interested in learning more about brassicas.
Finish planting out winter brassicas sown in April and May Harvest gooseberries, redcurrants, raspberries and blackcurrants Hang bunches of gypsophila and statice upside down in a well-ventilated place such as a shed Give late-flowering herbaceous perennials a feed Save seeds from alpines, perennials and hardy cyclamen as they are about to ripen
Among the most lucrative of his plants are the brassicas, a family that includes radish, cabbage, mustard, cauliflower, turnips and broccoli.