Brassica

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Next year change the spot where you grow brassicas.
Compounds in brassicas also have antioxidant properties and possibly even anticancer properties--the latter is still being studied.
Brassicas such as stubble turnips are used as a break crop for bought-in store lambs or fed to ewes in autumn and early winter .
I often broadcast the blend of radishes, wheat and brassicas over a stand of soybeans.
There are several resistant strains of most brassicas.
are the important insect pests of Brassica crops in Southern Punjab, Pakistan.
germplasm included in the Brassica breeding program for the development of canola type verities was screened for quality traits.
Brassica oleracea (Brassicaceae) is a perennial plant up to 2 meters high, with broad, glaucus leaves of up to 40 cm in rosette at the apex of a thick rounded stem.
The lack of popularity of brassicas among some people can often been attributed to overcooking and the sometimes unpleasant odour given off during cooking due to the sulphur content.
Pick yellowing leaves off Brussels sprouts and other brassicas promptly, to prevent spread of grey mould and brassica downy mildew.
Record Rack's Perennial Food Plot affords year-round forage through a blend of clovers and alfalfa, and the Greens & Grains Food Plot blend offers a blend of cereal grains, annual clovers and brassicas designed to thrive in a variety of soil types.
Forecasting of Lipaphis erysimi on oilseed Brassicas in India a case study.
Brassicas are also members of the mustard family and they have a distinctive tangy, somewhat spicy flavour as a result.
Brassicas - including kale, fodder beet, swedes and stubble turnips - can fill short-term summer grazing gaps or be a means of out-wintering stock, he said.